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LED light Therapy

This article is about red and near-infrared light therapy for healing recent injuries and a few other possible things like fibromyalgia pain, dementia, retinal injuries, and wrinkles. This is closely related to (if not identical in results) to LLLT (low level laser therapy) but it usually uses LEDs instead of weak lasers. For example, you can shine a red laser pointer on a cut for a minute or two to see the pain go away. This article does not discuss SAD, psoriasis, acne, and jaundice which are helped by white or blue light.

LED light therapy is a skin rejuvenation treatment using non invasive, non ablative Red light therapy, Blue light therapy and Infrared light treatment for anti aging skin care, facial wrinkles, acne treatment, stretch marks and more. LED is a safer, more effective and affordable alternative to laser treatment. And Blue and Red light can both be used to activate PDT (photodynamic therapy).

Although laser treatments are capable of treating some of the same skin conditions as LED light therapy – such as facial wrinkles, acne scars and stretch marks – unlike LED, lasers can be painful and invasive, and are limited to successfully treating only specific skin types. Red light therapy, Blue light therapy and Infrared light therapy also make it possible to treat large areas within a relatively short period of time – difficult to do with laser treatment.LED light therapy offers a drug-free way to relieve pain and speed up the healing process. The healing benefits of this technology were discovered by NASA when red LED light therapy was used in plant growth experiments and was found to speed up the healing of injuries in outer space. In fact a device using LED (light emitting diodes) is being used in clinical trials and shows great promise as a treatment in healing bone marrow transplant patients and has been found to offer relief for cancer patients as well.

The Deep Penetrating Light (DPL) System uses a combination of red and infrared LED lights to penetrate and permeate deep into skin, tissue, muscle, joints, and even bones where the wavelengths stimulate healing and reparative processes.The reason for the popularity of LED Light Therapy among medical fraternity as well as in several diabetic neuropathy patients is this mode of treatment has no side effects. In several cases continuous consumption of pain killers for pain management leads to other secondary complications like ulcers and other digestive track disorders. Diabetic neuropathy is a complex syndrome that effects and causes numbness and pain in several body parts especially foot region. Pain management is the only way to alleviate pain and hence LED Light Therapy is an effective treatment technique.

LED Light Therapy is a well proven alternative pain management technique especially in chronic pain patients. LED Light Therapy Products are affordable and easy to maintain products and hence comes handy for several patients suffering from various painful disorders. LED Light Therapy also works on the similar lines as Infrared Therapy but in a more effective way.Your skin has the ability to absorb infrared light and use it as a source of energy to stimulate cellular regeneration. Infrared LED light therapy, first researched by NASA for use in the U.S. Space Program, can reverse and control the visible signs of aging and help you look years younger without harsh chemical treatments or invasive surgical procedures. Dramatic tightening of skin, smoothing of wrinkles and rough spots, disappearing blemishes, softening of redness, and shrinking of pore size can be achieved with this natural light treatment.

September 18, 2012 - Posted by | Business, Uncategorized | , , , ,

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