Improve Your Health With Red Light Therapy Beds

Oct 18, 2022 | Health

Can you believe that there is a natural way to improve your health with light? Red Light Therapy offers benefits like anti-inflammation, pain reduction, cell stregthing, anti-aging, and more. Red Light Therapy is an innovative therapy that takes advantage of the electromagnetic spectrum for producing positive effects on the body. Around 3,000 scientific studies have created a strong basis for proving the effectiveness of Red Light therapy, and now more patients are benefiting from this natural wellness enhancer.

Red Light Therapy Electromagnetic Spectrum

Light is necessary for the formation and development of every living organism on the planet. Natural sunlight is essential to regulating our ideal body temperature and giving us Vitamin D, one of the most important supplements for a healthy life.

If you are looking for a non-invasive alternative, with the ability to generate a boost for you to increase your health and wellness, you are in the right place. Here you can learn more about the benefits of a red-light bed.

Red and Infrared Wavelengths

Red Light Therapy, also known as Photobiomodulation (PBM) or Low-level Laser Therapy (LLLT), is a safe therapy that uses the healthiest wavelengths that are naturally found in the sun, particularly, a portion of the spectrum of light which offers therapeutic effects. The result is an effect in the cells which has bioactive benefits for the body.

Spectrum Of Light Red Light Therapy And Infrared Light

The human eye can’t see infrared light waves because we have a reduced window of the light spectrum that is visible to us, around 390 to 750 nm (nanometres). 

Low-energy red light works on an average of from 625 to 750nm and near-infrared from 750 to 1200 nm.

Research shows that Red Light Therapy has the most effective range of benefit between 630-680nm and near-infrared from 800-1064nm.  This conclusion was obtained after numerous studies that tested the efficacy of this low-level laser therapy.

Why do you need a Red Light Therapy Bed?

The Medical Director, Nancy B. Lipko (2022), affirms in her investigation that PBM can be described as the intentional use of low-power laser or light-emitting diode light in the visible and near-infrared light spectra as a medical treatment to living biological tissues [1]. RLT is a treatment that restores the body from a cell stage, without forgetting that is a natural, safe, painless, and non-invasive therapy. Red Light is able to penetrate into cells, blood, tissues, nerves, and even in the bones and the brain.

Benefits of Red Light Therapy Beds:

  • Reduce pain and inflammation
  • Improve exercise performance
  • Enhanced muscle recovery
  • Better appearance and health of the skin
  • Help with symptoms such as headaches and migraines
  • Restore a good sleep cycle
  • More energy to the body

RLT beds are able to produce wavelengths of both, Red and near-infrared low-level light through LEDs (light emitting diodes).  This stimulates the mitochondria to produce more ATP, which is the molecule of energy. 

The most impressive feature of this treatment is the safety that offers. Hamblin (2017) explains that these LLLT procedures are non-invasive, since light can go through tissues to reach the target tissue; non-thermal, just like photosynthesis, it deals with photochemical reactions; and it has a vast scope of clinical applications. [2]

Naturally, the body has the organic capacity to heal itself, and Red Light Therapy acts as an empowering treatment to encourage all the systems to recover faster. With a Red Light Therapy bed, you will be able to enjoy its incredible benefits, such as decreased inflammation, accelerated healing, more energy, and a superior wellness experience.

[1] Lipko NB. Photobiomodulation: Evolution and Adaptation. Photobiomodul Photomed Laser Surg. 2022 Apr;40(4):213-233. doi: 10.1089/photob.2021.0145. Epub 2022 Mar 29. PMID: 35353639. 

[2] Hamblin MR. History of Low-Level Laser (Light) Therapy. In: Hamblin MR, de Sousa MVP, Agrawal T, editors. Handbook of Low-Level Laser Therapy. Singapore: Pan Stanford Publishing; 2017. [Google Scholar]

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