1. Mauritio

    Red Light for gut health and the microbiome

    Red Light is the gift that keeps on giving. It's interesting that even shining red light on your body can alter the composition of your gut microbiome in a positive way. One study showed positive effects, even after one application. Another study showed a boost in the Akkermansia type of...
  2. A

    The heart cannot be the sole driver of blood circulation

    The circulation appears to be driven not only by the heart, but also by the vessels themselves. The fuel for this second driving mechanism lies in infrared energy, which emerges naturally from metabolic heat, as well as from external sources (solar energy)...
  3. haidut

    Infrared/red light applied to the skull can treat Alzheimer's/dementia...

    ...and improve cognition even in healthy people! The mechanism of action is the familiar effects of red/infrared light on stimulating mitochondrial function, and especially complex IV, while also decreasing chronic inflammation. The regimen was light exposure for 6min, twice a day, for 4 weeks...
  4. hiconscience

    Amazing Insight On Red Light Therapy

    Enormous collection of LLLT studies compiled in a chart with studies linked.... :shock: Photobiomodulation (PBM) / Low level laser therapy (LLLT) / red/NIR phototherapy studies - a comprehensive database you're welcome:thumbup
  5. O

    Infrared Sauna Nitric Oxide

    Hi all! I am new here. I have been wondering about Nitric Oxide generation by infrared saunas. A bunch of studies show up if one searches for "Infrared Sauna Nitric Oxide", an example is pasted below. My query is about safety of Infrared Sauna in light of such effects. Personally, my anxiety...
  6. sweetly

    Near-infrared Light Is Neuroprotective In A Monkey Model Of Parkinson's Disease. (2015)
  7. Y

    Protection Against Neurodegeneration With Low-dose Methylene Blue And Near-infrared Light ( :!: