How does red light therapy work?
Red Light Therapy has many benefits to the human body. The evidence of these benefits is called photobiomodulation and it is pretty compelling. Numerous studies have proven that when a device combines the right wavelengths of light with the right amount of power a myriad of benefits occur within the human physiology.
How is red light therapy used?
Advocates claim that Red Light helps with:
- Improved Skin Tone & Complexion
- Fat Loss
- Enhanced Muscle Recovery
- Reduced Acne, Rosacea & Excema
- Improved Circulation
- Quicker Healing of Wounds & Injuries
- Enhanced activity with Lymph System
- Increased Collagen Prodcution
- Reduces Joint Pain & Inflammation
- Improves Thyroid Function
- Fades Scars & Stretch Marks
How does vibration therapy work?
WBVT is considered a passive exercise modality. The idea is that the rapid vibrations force the muscles of the body to contract in reaction, providing a form of exercise. During the Russian space program, doctors found that astronauts suffered from bone loss and fractures at a much younger age than normal. They began to use vibration therapy to help strengthen astronauts’ bone mass and muscles. Today, NASA continues to use vibration therapy to help prevent bone loss.
What are the health benefits of vibration therapy?
- increase bone density
- increase muscle mass
- improve circulation
- reduce joint pain
- reduce back pain
- alleviate stress
- boost metabolism
- improve balance
- help muscle tone, tighten skin and reduce cellulite
- A study reported in Neuro-Rehabilitation suggests that
vibration therapy may have short-term benefits for people
with Parkinson’s disease.