Research on light therapy has moved from the fringes of scientific discovery to the mainstream; its commercial development is now following the same path, as the devices, once available only in spas, gyms, or dermatologists’ clinics, become affordable for consumers to use at home
Light-therapy devices use different kinds of light (wavelengths), from invisible, near-infrared light through the visible-light spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, and blue). Red light is used to treat skin conditions, whereas near infrared can penetrate much deeper, penetrating through skin and bone and even into the brain. Blue light is used for treating infections and is particularly useful for improving oral health and acne.
There is emerging evidence that neurological problems, including Alzheimer’s and traumatic brain injuries, can be improved with light therapy.
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