How Light Therapy can Help
Updated: May 31
We've past the winter solstice (December 21, 2022) the shortest day of the year. Remember that natural sunlight (or the lack of) can have a big impact on our mental health and physical health. Natural sunlight is a rich source of Vitamin D, which is essential for maintaining healthy bones and a strong immune system. Try to find a way to get outside , or allow more of it coming through the windows.
How Light Therapy Can Help
If you can’t get enough natural light, supplementing with the right kinds of artificial light such as Red light (660NM) , NIR (850NM) light or BLUE light (450NM) to prevent Infections. Light, and colour, affects us beyond vision. The discovery of the non-image-forming visual pathway of light has caused research in how we respond, physiologically and psychologically, to colour. Near-infrared, red, blue and green LED technology has resulted from this knowledge. Vitamin D supplements are also another option. Red light helps with rejuvenating and healing skin .It also helps speed up drying nail polish. The polish stays on longer as well. Near Infrared light helps speed up healing of muscles, tendons and bones. BLUE light helps with killing infections that cause acne. Green light helps with fading sun spots.
However, it's important to use these light sources as recommended by the manufacturer to ensure that they are safe and effective. Additionally, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement or treatment regimen.
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