How does light therapy work?

Updated 1 month ago by Graham

Without getting too far into the weeds, our cells are essentially given an energy boost when they absorb light, specifically red wavelengths at 660 nm and near infrared wavelengths at 850 nm. Studies have shown these specific wavelengths enable our cells to perform critical functions at a higher level - leading to enhanced ATP production, reduced oxidative stress, enhanced immune system function, increased collagen production, faster muscle recovery, and a whole lot more. If you want to learn more about the science of light therapy, this is a very good place to start.


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