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  • What is tanning?

    What is tanning?

    What is tanning? With the change of people’s thinking and concepts, whitening is no longer the only pursuit of people, and wheat-colored and bronze-colored skin has gradually become the mainstream. Tanning is to promote the production of melanin by the melanocytes of the skin through sun e...
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  • What is Blue Light Therapy

    What is Blue light? Blue light is defined as light within the wavelength range of 400-480 nm, because over 88% of the risk of photo-oxidative damage to the retina from fluorescent lamps (cool whie or "broad spectrum") is due to lig...
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  • Red Light Therapy vs Tinnitus

    Tinnitus is a condition marked by constant ringing of the ears. Mainstream theory can’t really explain why tinnitus occurs. “Due to large number of causes and limited knowledge of its pathophysiology, tinnitus still remains an obscure symptom,” wrote one group of researchers. Th...
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  • Red Light Therapy vs Hearing Loss

    Light in the red and near-infrared ends of the spectrum accelerate healing in all cells and tissues. One of the ways they accomplish this is by acting as potent antioxidants. They also inhibits nitric oxide production. Can red and near-infrared light prevent or reverse hearing loss? In a 2016 st...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Build Muscle Mass?

    US and Brazilian researchers worked together on a 2016 review which included 46 studies on the use of light therapy for sports performance in athletes. One of the researchers was Dr. Michael Hamblin from Harvard University who has been researching red light for decades. The study concluded that r...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Enhance Muscle Mass and Performance?

    A 2016 review and meta analysis by Brazilian researchers looked at all existing studies on the ability of light therapy to increase muscle performance and overall exercise capacity. Sixteen studies involving 297 participants were included. Exercise capacity parameters included number of repetitio...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Accelerate Healing of Injuries?

    A 2014 review looked at 17 studies on the effects of red light therapy on skeletal muscle repair for the treatment of muscle injuries. “The main effects of LLLT were a reduction in the inflammatory process, the modulation of growth factors and myogenic regulatory factors, and increased angiogenes...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Accelerate Muscle Recovery?

    In a 2015 review, researchers analyzed trials that used red and near-infrared light on muscles before exercise and found the time until exhaustion and the number of reps performed following light therapy increased significantly. “The time until exhaustion increased significantly compared to place...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Enhance Muscle Strength?

    Australian and Brazilian scientists investigated the effects of light therapy on exercise muscle fatigue in 18 young women. Wavelength: 904nm Dose: 130J Light therapy was administered before exercise, and the exercise consisted of one set of 60 concentric quadricep contractions. Women who receive...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Build Muscle Bulk?

    In 2015, Brazilian researchers wanted to find out if light therapy could build muscle and enhance strength in 30 male athletes. The study compared one group of men who used light therapy + exercise with a group that did exercise only and a control group. The exercise program was 8-weeks of knee ...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Melt Body Fat?

    Brazilian scientists from the Federal University of São Paulo tested the effects of light therapy (808nm) on 64 obese women in 2015. Group 1: Exercise (aerobic & resistance) training + phototherapy Group 2: Exercise (aerobic & resistance) training + no phototherapy. The study took place...
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  • Can Red Light Therapy Boost Testosterone?

    Rat study A 2013 Korean study by scientists from Dankook University and Wallace Memorial Baptist Hospital tested light therapy on the serum testosterone levels of rats. 30 rats aged six weeks were administered either red or near-infrared light for one 30 minute treatment, everyday for 5 days. “Se...
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