What is Red Light Therapy?
The LightStim LED Bed is the first, full body photobiomodulation (in the form of a bed) to receive over-the-counter FDA Clearance. It is cleared by the FDA for temporary relief of muscle and joint pain, arthritic pain and stiffness (because it reduces inflammation throughout the entire body), muscle soreness and spasm, and increased blood flow, which is the body’s natural way of aiding the healing process by bringing oxygen and nutrients to the areas of pain.
How Does Red Light Therapy (LightStim Bed)?
LightStim’s Multiwave®, patented technology simultaneously emits multiple wavelengths (colors) of light. This combination of red and infrared light work together to stimulate an increase in blood circulation and reduction of inflammation. The process does not work by heat. It works because our cells contain “chromophores” which literally absorb light. Once the light is absorbed, it sets off a complex group of physical and chemical reactions within the cell. These reactions can and do extend to cells that have not even been exposed to the light. All the effects of this process have so far been positive and beneficial, providing your body the opportunity to innately relieve pain, expedite healing and promote total body regeneration down to the cellular level.
Benefits of the LightStim LED Bed
Benefits of the LightStim LED Bed include:
Red Light Therapy LightStim LED Bed FAQs
Yes. It is cleared by the FDA for temporary relief of muscle and joint pain, arthritic pain and stiffness (because it reduces inflammation throughout the entire body), muscle soreness and spasm, and increased blood flow.
Yes, it does. Red light therapy is actually a true science with decades of research behind it.
The Light Therapy Options red and red/infrared LED lights use ranges of wavelengths that penetrate the outer layer of the skin, providing the cells with usable energy. This brings about various reactions in the cells including improved healing, the reduction of inflammation and enhanced production of collagen.
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. It’s a type of general lighting technology. For example, the first lighting technology was incandescent light. Next came fluorescent. Halogen is another example. So LED is just the next advancement in lighting technology.