Photonic Red Light Therapy At-Home Device For Energy And Sleep Guide Launched

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A new guide on the health properties of red and near-infrared light devices has been launched. Healing Bits discusses the use of the Mito Red Light full-body at-home treatment device for increased energy, among other benefits.

A new guide has been launched to highlight the benefits of photonic red light therapy using affordable devices at home. Healing Bits states the benefits of red or near-infrared therapies include enhanced sleep, energy, and performance, alongside reduced inflammation.

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The newly launched guide focuses on the Mito Red Light, which offers professional full-body red light equipment for individuals to use at home. Infrared therapy devices can help to reduce pain, inflammation, and sleep issues.

It has been specially designed to aid health by reducing eye floaters that disrupt the vision of those affected, acne scars that cause individuals to feel self-conscious, and promoting weight loss. Many adults that face sleep issues find it hard to lose weight, but using infrared technology could solve all these issues simultaneously.

Red and near-infrared light offer a variety of health benefits, as they are part of the light spectrum emitted by the sun. Therefore, they offer individuals the same healing properties as natural sunlight, which is limited seasonally in many parts of the world.

Both animals and humans can use red light therapy to treat ailments. In the US, near-infrared and red light therapy devices have already been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The approved products are supported by studies, research, and trials that show they are safe for use and effective in the treatment of acne, arthritis and inflammatory diseases, among others.

Healing Bits states that while many light wavelengths stay on or in the top layers of the skin, including harmful blue light, red and near-infrared light can penetrate the skin. This enables it to reach cells, tissue, bones, and nerves to improve function.

A spokesperson said: “Poor quality sleep is an epidemic in the modern world and light exposure is a big part of the problem. Specifically, getting the wrong kinds of light at the wrong time of day.”

“When we expose ourselves to artificial blue light, our body’s biological clock-the circadian rhythm-is thrown out of balance,” they added.

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