What is light therapy? What does it do?
Low-level light therapy, or LLLT, increases circulation to reduce pain. It may sound simple, but the act of increasing your circulation supports your innate healing processes. Scientific effects of increased circulation include:
• Cell stimulation that leads to pain relief and tissue healing
• Improved muscle performance and mental clarity
• Decreased swelling from injuries
• Detoxifying effects
How Light Therapy Works
InLight’s gentle, pulsing LED light wavelengths increase circulation to relieve pain and rejuvenate the entire body. Although gentle, silent and cool to the touch, low-level light therapy is naturally effective on a cellular level. And unlike painkillers, not only does light therapy relieve pain, it also addresses the underlying condition by stimulating the body’s innate healing abilities.
What is the difference between red, blue and infrared light?
Every coloured light has a different wavelength. Just as our cells know how to use different wavelengths from the sun our cells are built to absorb these 3 colours and use them each for different benefits. Polychromatic light therapy, or multi-coloured light therapy, triggers cellular function to promote the body’s innate healing ability.
Waves have an infinite capacity to store and transfer information. Wavelengths are measured in nanometers (nm). The distance between successive crests of a wave, esp. points in a sound.