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I think this is not bad for anti-aging because a lot of old people are using this and they are enjoying the benefits.
I’m using Near-Infrared therapy to speed up the healing of my wounds because I got a surgery a few months ago.
I think this Infrared Sauna is really popular these days. So, I’m decided to make one at home haha
Totally agree with that. I’m also doing some workouts after my therapy to totally boost my immune system.
I’m also curious about that photo if that also applies on the lights for sauna?
I also search some information about this because I got curious haha
@MissOi- Really? I thought 20 mins is the maximum time of using this therapy?
I also agree with that, because if this won’t take time then people will stop doing their cardio and going to the gym.
Hmmm, does blue or green light can also help with hyperpigmentation?
I also agree with that, for us to avoid this covid-19 is to boost our immune system specially to senior citizens.
Oh yeah!@rafrafrafraf001 – I’m also doing this method, it’s like a life hack right? haha
For me, I don’t see any side effects on using this therapy. When it comes to allergies, blue light can help treating that.
Well, as for me I’m using red light before bed, and green light every morning to boost my energy. You may give a try of using the green light before starting your day.
I’m also using blue light for my acne and skin treatment. I really love the results! I just want to advice not to use blue light before bed as it may cause your body to feel more alive. So, red light before bed.