Not All Light Is Created Equal

Many different types of light are "bioactive', meaning they are absorbed by and affect the functioning of human cells. It turns out that certain wavelengths of light are in fact essential nutrients for our cellular health. 

Our ancestors didn't have to worry about receiving proper dosages of light as they were living outdoors and sitting by a cozy fire at night. In the last few generations , modern humans have evolved into spending upwards of 97% of their time indoors under artificial light. Pair that with our fear of the sun causing cancer and our exposure to light has decreased to an alarming rate. As a society we have become malilluminated, meaning we are not receiving the essential dosages of the health promoting wavelengths of light.

Not all light-waves are created equal. The light-waves that are powerfully important to human health are red and near infrared light which are parts of the full spectrum of light. Red and near infrared light are easily able to penetrate deeply into our tissues, enter into our cells and influence the activation of our mitochondria and the reduction of oxidative stress. Our Theralight 360 Full Body Wellness System delivers proven doses of light at therapeutic levels in order to activate your health on a cellular level. 

To date hundreds of studies have been performed on the effects of light therapy (known as Photobiomodulation). Experts agree that Photobiomodulation is a dose dependent technology that when properly used can deliver profound effects on a wide variety of conditions that include: 

  • Improves Sleep
  • Improves Mood
  • Skin Anti-Aging (increased collagen, reduced fine lines and wrinkles)
  • Skin Health
  • Improves Energy
  • Reduces Joint Pain
  • Reduces Muscle Pain  
  • Reduces Nerve Pain
  • Improves Athletic Performance and Recovery
  • Supports Weight Management
Our Theralight 360 Full Body Wellness System provides optimal light wave dosages to awaken health at the deepest level possible, within your cells. 

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