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If you are going to use lights and other treatment you need to know what are the benefit it will give you and where it will benefit you. You should also have the patience because RLT and NIR is not an instant process.November 14, 2020 at 4:58 am in reply to: Is infrared light therapy only good for my body? or can I use for my pet? #1607
It is really beneficial for everyone I guess. It just need to be regulated and supervised for animals.
@DemonSlayer, there might be a difference when it comes to the benefits one is getting from the other specially on how they use it and how often they use it too. But there won’t be any difference just because you are in a different sex.
That is correct. RLT and NIR is populat to men because of this benefits. Other than the benefits it get physically.November 10, 2020 at 6:42 pm in reply to: Is infrared light good for my kid who is very sport active? #1474
Using RLT on kid should have limit. To protect their skin and also eyes.
Congratulations on your friend’s baby. I am glad that she is still taking care of herself amidst being pregnant!
a lot of thread here about anti-aging. I am not aware that RLT is popular for aging people. That’s great!
Right. It is a good gift idea! Thanks!
@misspurple yes, I guess they are talking about the regular hair fall for women and balding for men.
I hope the experience is good for you @Marianne. Can you tell us what you think about it?October 28, 2020 at 7:57 pm in reply to: Can skin cancer be cause by red light therapy, or is my fear unfounded #1151
@iambeautiful if you do not mind me asking. Why did you think it will cause cancer? is it something that you heard of?
@masterpopo The basis for stimulating testosterone production by shooting red light and near-infra red light (yep, especially on your testicles) lies on the mechanism how red (or infrared) wavelengths work inside the cell. The key is that they stimulate ATP production in Leydig cells, thus increasing the energy available for the cells. This means more testosterone production.
Avoid heating the testicles, since the heat will destroy sperm cells and have a negative effect on the Leydig cells.
Avoid blue light and UV light exposure on testicles (blue light inhibits ATP production in mitochondria).
I would really suggest that you read Ari Whitten’s book “The Ultimate Guide to Red Light Therapy”.
Here’s the link of the article I read. I hope it helps you too.
Yeah I missed this too.