One of the questions I'm most often asked is, "Let's say I have arthritis (or another ailment) and it gets better, why would I still want a Light Therapy Device in my home?" I go to my Light Therapy Device(s) (Photobiomodulation) for multiple health and wellness reasons. I'm a fairly healthy young person, but I know I've saved trips to the doctor and to the veterinarian just by owning a Light Therapy Device. For instance: I spent one spring day weed wacking. The following morning I woke … [Read more...] about “Let’s Say The Lights Make My Ailment Better, Why Do I Still Want To Own A Device?”
Probably the most researched areas of Light Therapy (Photobiomodulation) is Red Light Therapy. The picture below shows where on the spectrum of visible light (to the human eye) red light's range is. Red Light is known to have a penetration depth of 8-10mm. Looking at the ruler below, that doesn't seem like it goes that far into the body. However, when you look at a cross section of the skin, you can see Red Light penetrates into the the lowest layer, the subcutaneous … [Read more...] about Red Light & the Subcutaneous Layer
There are many articles on the internet saying that blue light is bad for you. Depending on the article's title, it's easy to see they are talking about the blue light in your technology. Such as scrolling through your cell phone or tablet before bed. However, sentences like this, "It's no secret that blue light harms our vision by damaging the eye's retina." (https://www.businessinsider.com/blue-light-from-smartphones-and-laptops-can-make-us-blind-according-to-study-2018-8) has people asking … [Read more...] about Blue Light – Good or Bad?
We all know sunlight is an essential nutrient. We learn about photosynthesis in school, we know lack of sunlight in the winter can affect people with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), babies are put under light for jaundice, and we know some sunlight is beneficial for our overall health. The thing is, we also know too much time in the sun can lead to sunburns and other skin damage. So how is modulated light, in this case Photobiomodulation, LLLT (Low Level Light Therapy), Light Therapy, … [Read more...] about Modulated Light vs Sunlight
The hyoid is a apparatus of small bones in the jaw that do not connect to other bones, but instead, they connect to muscles. If a horse is a head shaker, cribber, head shy, not picking up the correct lead, or doesn't want to back up, it is a good idea to check for hyoid imbalance. Many times you can look at a horse's face straight on and see their nostrils or eyes are not in alignment. If need be, take a ruler and hold it from the corner of one eye to the other, or across the … [Read more...] about Balancing a Horse’s Hyoid with Light