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Incandendescent Bulbs: Sources

Discussion in 'Red Light, Infrared, LLLT' started by ilovethesea, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. charlie

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    ^That looks good.
     
  2. Mittir

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    RP recommends bright light for light therapy.
    I am not sure but i think one of the purpose is to fool our
    body into thinking that sun is still up.
    I am wondering if red light bulb can do that job.
     
  3. j.

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    I think the reason is more that the red frequency helps cells generate energy.

    Regarding the 130 volts, someone said that when the actual voltage is 130, you get more of the good or less of the bad frequencies.
     
  4. charlie

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    Red light increases cellular respiration, while at the same time decreasing cortisol/stress hormones. Darkness, decreases cellular respiration, allows stress hormones to rise.
     
  5. Mittir

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    I understand how red and orange light activate respiratory enzyme.
    But i have notice RP always insist on bright light. I also remember him
    talking about a group of scientist experimenting in arctic or some place like that.
    RP commented that the light they were using was causing health problems
    and something about body not recognizing that it is day time.
    He said very bright light would have solved that problem.
    I do not remember the exact details.
    I am curious whether just bright red bulb will do that job
    or one need a bulb that is close to sunlight to make body believe
    it is day time.
     
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    Well, he seems to think 2 250 watt light bulbs are sufficient, IIRC.
     
  7. j.

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    Peat is sure that red light is beneficial, and thinks that orange and maybe yellow also have some benefits.
     
  8. Dutchie

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    Hmmm if darkness raises stress hormones,then why do I enjoy and feel mentally calm&more positive walking around the neighborhood late in the evening(from setting of the sun until well beyond into darkness)?
    Am I just from another planet?:s

    I also wonder since blue ligth is supposed to be bad,which is in all electrical devices,if it migth actually be the radiation from the devices thats largely the stressor.
     
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