What's Amber Light Therapy Good For?
Amber light therapy is a type of phototherapy that uses low-level wavelengths of amber light, typically in the range of 590-620 nanometers, to target cells and tissues in the body. Amber light therapy is thought to have several potential benefits, such as:
Is Red Light Therapy Safe for Tattoos?
With red light therapy and other types of light therapy gaining popularity, tattooed folks might be wondering if red light therapy can harm tattoos.
Amber Light Therapy for Redness, Broken Capillaries and More
It seems that with all the wonders of red and infrared light therapy, yellow light gets outshined. Here I want to talk about how amber light therapy can be used.
Near Infrared Light Therapy for Dogs
If you’ve experienced the power of near infrared heat and light therapy yourself, you might be wondering if it could work for your dog’s pain and healing issues. The answer is YES! Here I am going to talk about near infrared bulbs for dogs.
Green Light Therapy for Hyperpigmentation and Age Spots
Here I want to go into detail about sun spots, age spots, liver spots post acne discoloration and other types of hyperpigmentation and explain how green light therapy can help.
Major Improvement in Seasonal Affective Disorder with These Lights
If you find yourself overly tired or even depressed every winter, you could have SAD, too. The further north you live, the more likely you are to have it. If you suspect you could have SAD, talk with your doctor about it. There are solutions and you don't have to feel blah half the year.
$1,200 Saunas? You Can Make Your Own for Less!
You can make your own near infrared sauna in less than an hour using our method. It’s really as easy as putting together a tall shoe rack, attaching a few clamp lamps and plugging them in. Depending on what you already have on hand, you can create a near infrared sauna with 4 bulbs for a max of $200. And you know what? We are giving away instructions for free!
How to Make Your Own Near Infrared Sauna - Your RubyLux Red Room
How to Make Your Own Near Infrared Sauna
You can easily make your own sauna using the right near infrared bulbs, some lamps and a few other items for as little as $200.
How to Use Red Light Therapy LLLT for Fibromyalgia
Like with certain other chronic illnesses, the list of symptoms associated with fibromyalgia is very long. Fortunately there are types of light therapy that can help improve some of the symptoms.Here I want to talk about some of the common symptoms of fibromyalgia and suggestions for light therapy or sauna use that may help.
LLLT for Psoriasis
"My research tells me that different medical research/studies reveal that all three, blue light, red light and near infrared light are beneficial for psoriasis. Which one do you think could help the most with my psoriasis?"
Near Infrared Light Therapy and Sauna for Lyme
Lately, several people have asked me what kind of light therapy and sauna treatments are best for Lyme disease and the co-infections that often go along with it. While I love getting any questions or comments, this one is close to home for me, since I have dealt with Lyme and the co-infections WA1 babesia, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and more for years. So here I’m happy to explain my opinions about what kind of light therapy is best for Lyme*.
Light Therapy Suggestions for Lyme Disease Symptoms, Part 2
This article is a continuation of Part 1 of my light therapy suggestions for Lyme disease symptoms. Since the list of Lyme symptoms is so long, the recommendations I have for LLLT options for various Lyme-related symptoms is split into two articles.
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