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@CallMeJen I think that’s what author is trying to ask. I think she think some bulbs are emitting brighter lights than other.
How was your friend now anyways?
“The impact of [low-light therapy] on sexual health is an emerging field, but I see its potential to improve sexual function and libido with recent studies,” Hamblin says. “It has been shown to improve sperm function and may have applications in increasing fertility in both men and women.”
Research on sexual health applications of red-light therapy is relatively minimal in men, and basically nonexistent for women. A few studies in animals suggest red light therapy might influence LEYDIG CELLS — the body’s sperm producers, which live in the testicles. Another study in humans suggests red light therapy can increase testosterone levels and sexual satisfaction.
You are all welcome. I hope you’ll be inspired by this act as well so you can share your knowledge and benefits to other people as well may it be a relative or not. 🙂
Hi kimmy. you can check this out
I am not particularly sure but I am guessing she’s around 55-60 years old @misspurple. Why do you ask?
Hehe, I think I have said it many times already here in the forum. But just for your info guys, RubyLux have a new product for a DIY Sauna. You can go check it out on their website.
My general recommendation is that if you want to treat deeper tissues, prioritize near-infrared over red light. The more you want to treat skin issues, prioritize red light. That’s a general principle you can use to tailor your choice of a light to your unique needs keeping in mind that both types of light will work for most purposes.October 26, 2020 at 5:53 pm in reply to: I am setting up a sauna for my family, I've got a couple of questions, please.. #1092
Actually, I just found out now. RubyLux have a new product for a home sauna. You can go check it out on their website.
I am using it personally and even gave a gift for my beautiful senior neighbor and she likes it. She said that it helps her sleep better at night as well. I will let you know how it will work when it comes to anti-aging 😀
For studies about the effect of RLT to our immune system. If you have lotsa time, you can check this article.October 26, 2020 at 5:41 pm in reply to: Does Rubylux near-infrared bulb emit UV radiation.. #1089
Actually, RLT repairs damage from UV rays, much as it does when healing from wounds.
Thank you all guys. She likes the red light. I also notice that there is a new product on RubyLux for sauna. I just hoped I found it sooner before I decided to give my neighbor the gift. But anyways, she said that she’s been using it everyday before bed time. I am glad that she likes it and said that it is not irritating for her when she sleeps or when her eyes are closed.
He is using it for what @carol, if you do not mind me asking?