About LED Light Therapy

The importance of light to body processes and our health has recently been captured by scientists in the US. They developed a new technique to study what activates the vibrations of nutrients so they can carry out their work within the cell. The scientists discovered the vibration or activity of a protein depends on that protein absorbing light. They revealed that the symphony of life depends on light.

Light is crucial nourishment for our body cells. We absorb light through our eyes and our skin—especially at acupuncture points. Light is a stimulus that charges the mitochondria, the battery for each cell. This creates the natural flow of electricity and energy within the body. Our electrical system, in turn, triggers the chemical reactions—the hormones, vitamins, minerals, enzymes—for our bodies to function.

LED Light Therapy for Skin

Our skin is flexible or elastic. The expansive and contractive quality of our skin is a result of connective tissue. Our connective tissue contains a protein called collagen that provides structure for our skin. As we age, the production of collagen decreases and our skin loses elasticity and wrinkles form. Cells called fibroblasts are needed to create the collagen that keeps skin resilient and healthy. Research indicates that fibroblast cells are increased when using LED light—resulting in collagen formation to repair skin and reduce wrinkles.

Benefits of LED Light Therapy

 Wrinkles and stimulating collagen production

 Skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema, acne and vitiligo

 Help with sleep cycle

 Effects of jet lag

 Anxiety and Emotional Stress

 Aids in wound healing (antibacterial)

 Reduces muscle pain

 Aids in reducing inflammation

Notes and Disclaimers:

We obviously think LED Light Therapy is pretty cool, but it’s really up to you to decide, and we respect your ability to do so. Although light therapy dates back literally thousands of years, it’s not mainstream yet. Be smart… this is about your health. Research. Read. Ask questions. Seek out health practitioners you trust for their advice. The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any condition, and of course results can’t be guaranteed. We’re all unique individuals, after all, and one size really doesn’t fit all.

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