Give me a quick explanation of Red and Near-Infrared Light Therapy

Red Light and Near-Infrared Light Therapy (phototherapy) refer to the use of light at specific frequencies (650-850 nm) and intensities in order to increase the energy (ATP) production within a targeted cell; be that a skin, muscle, liver, or even brain cell.

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How does Red and Near-Infrared Light Therapy Work (in depth)?

Click here to learn how Red and Near-Infrared Light Therapy Works

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What ailments will Red and Near-Infrared Light Therapy help with?

Click here for some of the most well-known benefits associated with Red Light Therapy:

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How to set up and best use my Red Light therapy Device?

Like most treatments, there is a way to get best results. Luckily, Red Light Therapy has a relatively wide range of effectiveness. However, we recommend the following guidelines depending on your desired results.

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Other commonly asked questions

How often should I practice Red Light Therapy?

Why are LED lights preferable?

Are our lights medically approved?

And many more questions answered

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