How to Calculate a Red Light Therapy Dose

How to Calculate a Red Light Therapy Dose

A dose of red light therapy is a quantity of energy measured in joules from light with a wavelength of 600 to 1200 nanometers.

A dose of red light therapy is a quantity of energy measured in joules from light with a wavelength of 600 to 1200 nanometers. Whether the dose we just defined is actually helpful to the body depends on the wavelength being the right one for the target treatment, and
the energy quantity being sufficient to kick off energy-creation and healing cascades of events.

Red Light Therapy Scam Alert! What Do 9,188 Studies Say?

Red Light Therapy Scam Alert! What Do 9,188 Studies Say?

Red light therapy was invented in 1967. Now that it’s finally getting the attention it deserves, people are asking whether red light therapy is a gimmick or a real therapy.

8,856 red light therapy studies support support its use for reducing wrinkles, acne, depression, demention, and wound-healing time. People naturally ask how one modality can be useful for so many issues. The secret is that red light therapy powers the mitochondria, the energy-making organelles for our cells.

Red light therapy is not a gimmick, but to get the results you want, you need to get the right dose of the right kind of light. These two points are critical. If you get the dose or color wrong, you might not see the results you want. It’s easy to fix this problem, and I’ll show you how.