The incredible benefits of Red Light Therapy
Our American clinic is on the cutting-edge of all aspects of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Our therapies include Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Replacement Therapy, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), and Sermorelin Therapy. We have decades of experience in delivering the most effective, safe, and legal hormone replacement treatments, and we are proud of our results, and our legions of satisfied clients.
And we don’t stop with clinical therapy
It has been repeatedly demonstrated that nothing can replace a medically supervised hormone replacement regimen. The benefits of our treatments are astonishing and have changed and bettered the lives of thousands of our clients. Some of our clients learned the hard way that you don't want to purchase HRT - hormone therapy - without a doctor's supervision. Physician monitored HRT protocols are the safe, legal and effective way to go.
There is no substitute for our hormone treatments. But we differ from other hormone replacement clinics in this sense: our approach is holistic. We provide all of our clients with detailed nutrition plans, physical fitness routines that are individually tailor-made depending on the clients conditioning and goals, nutritional supplement recommendations, pharmaceutically pure vitamins, amino acids, and minerals. We offer the latest and greatest tips on obtaining deep, restorative sleep on a regular basis, stress reduction, proper hydration, toxin removal, and light therapy...especially the benefits of red light therapy.
What is Red Light Therapy?
Red Light Therapy is using a variety of LED technology devices to focus precise wavelengths of red light and near-infrared light on the body. Light therapy is a general term and includes sunbathing, and numerous studies have concluded that sunlight can increase vitamin D and improve testosterone levels in some patients.
Red lights and near-infrared lights are parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, which is the spectrum of light emitted by the sun. The main point is this: the wavelengths of light are bioactive in humans, which means they influence the functioning of our cells.
There are different colors of light in the electromagnetic spectrum: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, and only a minute part of the spectrum is visible to the human eye.
Red light is at the highest end of the spectrum (depending on the perspective), and this is the main reason it has such a powerful, beneficial effect on the human body.
Red light is included in sunlight, but it is a different wavelength than other lights from the sun, and more beneficial since red light acts directly on our mitochondria. The definition of mitochondria is “...membrane-bound cell organelles (mitochondrion, singular) that generate most of the chemical energy needed to power the cell's biochemical reactions. Chemical energy produced by the mitochondria is stored in a small molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP).”
At first, it may seem hard to believe that these minute, microscopic mitochondria structures have the power to affect our health and well-being. But always remember: mitochondrial aberrations and breakdowns are one of the primary causes of sickness and aging.
If we dig down deep enough when looking at any significant affliction (cancer, heart attack, stroke, etc), or other health issues such as obesity, a decline in mental sharpness, chronic fatigue, and many others, the problems often begin with malfunctioning mitochondria and the subsequent lower ATP production. Disease also may be linked to genetics and environmental factors.
Understanding the role of ATP is crucial to realizing why red light delivers so many impactful benefits. ATP is the energy battery of the body, and the more ATP produced means more energetic healthy cells.
Red light therapy is considered by some scientists to be one of the most significant health developments in the past several decades.
Here are a few of the benefits that red light is capable of providing:
- Increased circulation. This is a simple equation. The better your mitochondria function, the more ATP is pumped out, which leads to more energy and makes getting off the couch for fitness and movement so much easier, resulting in better circulation. Also, when the blood cells absorb the photons of red light they become more efficient and can then transport more oxygen throughout the entire body.
- A healthy, youthful glow to the skin. See above. Better circulation means more oxygenated blood flow to the tissues, and that includes all layers of the skin. The old phrase “in the pink” referred to someone in outstanding physical health and condition that shows in the skin. Also, red light stimulates elastin and collagen production, which are both crucial for erasing wrinkles and age-lines and giving the skin a tighter, more youthful appearance. Red light also chews up cellulite.
- Reduced inflammation and pain relief. Numerous studies have concluded that out-of-control inflammation is one of the leading causes of ALL DISEASE! Some inflammation is helpful and even life-saving. For example, when a wound, sprain, or other injuries occur there is swelling around the injury. This is a result of the activation of cytokines which are on a mission to destroy viruses, bacteria, and other undesired intruders. Cytokines also play a key role in recovery and artery repair. That type of inflammation is what the body needs. The problem occurs when mitochondria weaken and inflammation continues when it is not needed. The damaging, harmful effects of chronic inflammation are severe and possibly fatal. Red light can play a huge role in controlling this deadly menace.
- Skyrocketing energy. When our mitochondria are functioning as designed, the cells pump out more ATP, and that means energy surging through the body like electricity. Red light appears to boost the mitochondria in the adrenal glands, which helps with hormone regulation and energy production.
- Better digestion. The digestive system is often referred to as “the second brain”, and more research continues to find that the gut plays a critical role in our good health. Here again, red light to the rescue. Red light has been shown to help eliminate damaged cytokines. As mentioned earlier, cytokines can be helpful, but when cytokines are inflamed, they are not something we need. The mechanism that allows red light to help digestion is that it lowers inflammation in the fat tissue in the lower body area, which means lower inflammation and a much happier, healthier gut!
- Slow down hair loss and possibly regrow hair. Male baldness pattern is the loss of hair that occurs more often as men age, ranging from 16% of men age 18-29 to 53% of men 40-49, and the numbers increase as the years add up. Men react differently to this new and at times unwelcome development. Some are content to do nothing and let nature take its course. Others embrace the bald look by shaving the remnants of what hair is left. Still, others are determined to reverse the situation and have found that red light is helpful with some kinds of hair loss. Women with alopecia face the same dilemma. Here is how red light helps. Hair grows in stages. Red light helps hair remain in the growth stage, continue to grow, and re-enter the growth stage instead of saying “See-ya-later.”
- Sharper cognitive function. Is there a human being alive who would answer “NO” to the question of “Would you like to improve your mental sharpness?” Probably not! Red light nasal therapy ratchets up the brain’s metabolic pathways and gives the brain’s mitochondria a charge. This is especially critical since the brain is jam-packed with mitochondria. Hopefully, future research will conclude that red light can ease the symptoms of dementia and help prevent this cruel, insidious, and tragic affliction that inflicts so much damage and suffering to so many people.
- A boost in testosterone. Red light may raise testosterone? Really? How could this be possible? Good question. Red light may boost testosterone for the exact same reasons it delivers health benefits to all other parts of the body: getting the mitochondria in tip-top shape, which allows them to ramp up ATP production, which then floods the cells in the testicles, especially the Leydig cells.
- And more red light therapy benefits...much, much more!
We will help you determine if red light therapy is for you
As mentioned earlier, nothing can replace TRT. But we are a holistic clinic in every sense of the word. We stay on top of every new development concerning the broad range of anti-aging, life-extending approaches that can take your TRT to the next level...and that includes red light therapy.
Research on red light therapy is continuing at a blistering pace, and new developments are rapidly being uncovered. We will give you a broad range of options concerning what devices can give the most benefit for a reasonable price, and provide detailed instruction concerning how to use those devices efficiently and safely.
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