Systemic benefits of detoxification
Improved circulation and energy throughout the entire body
Changing the health of the cells and entire body
Boost mitochondrial function
Promote muscle recovery
“Part of the Super Human Protocol”
Mitochondria, Aging and PBM
Mitochondria are the motors in the body that produce ATP. ATP is the fuel that cells use to thrive. A current theory on aging suggests that as we age, the mitochondria become damaged by free radicals and toxicity. Photobiomodulation has been shown to slow, halt and even reverse Mitochondrial Dysfunction and improve production of ATP. This improves cellular energy and slows cell death.
Light is an Essential Supplement
Over 3000 studies suggest that light heals. Like a multivitamin, light therapy can stimulate key cellular reactions that improve the health, energy and function of cells. A full body system illuminates the entire body which could mean 1600+ cm2 of surface area.
If the treatment delivers an average dose of 10 Joules/cm2 then the recipient receives 16,000 + Joules of energy. This is a huge amount of energy!. It is no wonder that users are reporting such incredible benefits.
Photobiomodulation for Healthy People
Athletes who break their own personal best records with light therapy have performance as a measurable benchmark. People suffering from pain or illness have the reduction of pain or illness as a benchmark. In both cases, light is triggering cellular changes that cascade down into and change the tissues organs and systems which improves how their bodies are performing. While a healthy person may not have measurable or noticeable benchmarks, the changes are still taking place.
Targeting with Multiple Wavelengths
Like a multivitamin supplement, different wavelengths may trigger different reactions in the cells. Red may be better at triggering detoxication, circulation and energy within the skin, while near infrared may trigger similar reactions deeper inside the body.
Green might better stimulate positive changes in the hemoglobin and improving circulation. Understanding the effects of each wavelengths can help system designers target treatment outcomes for certain populations.