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I think I am somewhat familiar with this but not knowledgeable to share some thoughts but as far as I know, RLT can also help ease allergy reactions BUT not all allergic reactions though.
I never knew that RLT is very popular when it comes to helping with sleeping and calming. I think I will go ahead and try now to use it during night time to see what will happen as well. Who does not want to have a better sleep? hehe
@MomOfGrace – for someone with this kind of disease, I guess yes. It is a temporary cure and /or relief for them especially during the season that this emotion hits them.
where did you see the different kind of lights that can heal?
So both are the same but PBM is somewhat more on treating than healing. I see.
Correct @marjorie1969, whatever we say and whatever our advice is. It is all up to you.
I suggest you stop putting products on your face altogether. All that does is hide the symptoms and irritate your skin.
Light therapy for bipolar disorders is a useful tool. It’s clearly more than a placebo. Dawn simulators are the first step (much easier to use, cheaper, no risk). Unless depression is severe, where you might go straight to using a light box. Read the safety section and watch out for worsening of mood.
Here’s an article about it
Light therapy for bipolar depressionSeptember 29, 2020 at 8:27 pm in reply to: Do you have a time of the day when you use your infared light? #761
if the primary (or initial) reason is to lower pain to allow for rest, using the light before bed may be great. And, if combined with pulsing frequencies that calm the nervous system – the LLLT can aid in better sleep.
The Red or near Infrared Light Therapy helps to lower pain, increase circulation and stimulate cellular respiration and repair. By pulsing the light at specific pulse rates (frequencies) we can either Activate or Sedate the nervous system at the same time
Women of all ages who gain weight get cellulite as well. cellulite removal can be tough, women have been exercising for quite a while to remove cellulite however they have not been successful in removing the cellulite completely. However, women who exercise and get red light therapy done have seen notable differences.
So this means that it won’t affect my daily dose even if I do my RLT daily too. Thank you all so much for your answers.
I have a few allergies too. I am interested to know if some knows about if it could be effective to at least relieve some symptoms.
janedan, same here. I’ve been reading about it a lot. Might be a good brand