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Effectiveness of Red Light Therapy for Hair Growth

The evolution of red light therapy has been clear for all to see over the course of the last decade or so. From brand new products to numerous studies being released to help increase public support and trust, it has been truly wonderful to see. That is, of course, especially true if you’ve used red light therapy for an ache or illness that you’ve been suffering from in that time. In particular, something that’s been gaining some real traction is the support and care given to those who suffer from hair loss. This is a problem that people of all ages have to deal with, and it happens for a variety of different reasons. While it may still be prevalent,...

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What Is Red Light Therapy?

Red light therapy is a type of therapy using red and infrared wavelengths of light to stimulate your cells. People are using it to speed up wound healing, reduce skin blemishes, and more.

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How to forget back pain: Red Light Therapy will relieve you in 4 weeks

  More and more people are suffering from back pain, and it is not easy to get rid of it. If you have back pain, you can probably blame your habits. While working in the office, you won’t notice you sitting hunched in front of your monitor for days. After work, you sit in the traffic jam in the car or on the subway, and you finally jump down on the couch to watch your usual series. You don’t move. You avoid exercising; you also have some overweight. Don’t be surprised if your untrained, weakened spinal muscles don’t do their job either and your spine isn’t held tightly - this is the cause of unpleasant back pain. Fortunately, there is...

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Revealed: How Red Light Therapy Can Heal Your Arthritis

By Dr. Parker, Light Therapy specialist Last updated on March 31, 2021 Arthritis is a condition that has, can, and will impact millions of Americans every year, with up to 54 million citizens within the United States experiencing severe pain and complete loss of mobility. Even if you’re just in a position where it’s partial, it can still be severely detrimental to your quality of life, and things are stressful enough as it is without adding that as another headache to deal with. If you’re reading this, you need to ask yourself: is this something that’s niggling away at the back of your mind every day? Do you just wish that it’d go away, no questions asked? We imagine the...

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