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infrared light

  1. R

    Oops, did I slip up buying this?

    A while ago I purchased this Beurer TL55 day/night light, thinking that the red light part of it could also help therapeutically, but as I can't find information on the wavelength. Did I get the wrong end of the stick...
  2. Drareg

    Index of refraction PUFA

    I found this video very interesting, something we don't speak about much is the refraction of PUFA and how this influence cells communication, I know Peat spoke about cells potentially using light to communicate, its also interesting to think about infrared light and how PUFA influences it. It...
  3. Mauritio

    Light exposure increases androsterone by 200% in males

    This is one of these good, old studies from the 30ies. They applied light to different body parts of depressed individuals and measured androsterone output afterwards. The light contained UV- and infrared light, similarly to sunlight: "...the spectrum of this lamp consists of 52% infrared...
  4. N

    Safe To Use Infrared Sauna When Taking Methylene Blue?

    I remember some people said that taking methylene blue with red light therapy is not ok, I think it was something about DNA damage. I am wondering if it is safe to use infrared sauna when taking methylene blue.
  5. LifeGivingStore

    LGS10 - Infrared Light Therapy Handheld Device - 830nm

    Here is another addition to our red light therapy handheld device lineup, the LGS10. This is an all infrared light that is 830nm. This wavelength has been shown to be very beneficial to the thyroid. Infrared light is mostly invisible, only about 5% of this light is visible while the other 95%...
  6. haidut

    Hyperthermia As Treatment For Depression

    I was pleasantly surprised to see this recent study, but unfortunately the rationale given for its positive findings suggests that the irrational research on serotonin will continue (as Peat said). The study used whole-body heating and found that this hyperthermia resulted in strong decrease of...
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