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The Ideal Dose
Scanning the research literature, there are around ten red light therapy studies that use a full-body bed. To get a more accurate dosage to go by, if you take the average dosage of these studies, it is around 24 J/cm², which is likely a good benchmark to go by as it is based on actual studies done with whole-body light beds (not just lasers or small devices).
Here is the simple formula for red light therapy dosing.
Dose (J/cm²) = Intensity (mW/cm²) ÷ 1000 * Time (Seconds).
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