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Red light therapy can benefit sports performance by reducing inflammation and pain, promoting muscle recovery, improving circulation and oxygenation, and increasing energy levels.
Red light therapy reduces inflammation by increasing blood flow and reducing oxidative stress, which can help to reduce pain and swelling in muscles and joints.
Moreover, red light therapy can improve muscle recovery by stimulating cellular energy production, promoting the growth of new cells, and reducing inflammation. This can help to speed up the recovery process after exercise and reduce the risk of injury.
Red light therapy also improves circulation and oxygenation, which can enhance athletic performance by delivering more oxygen and nutrients to the muscles. This can lead to increased endurance, strength, and overall performance.
Finally, red light therapy increases energy levels by stimulating cellular metabolism and ATP production. This can provide athletes with more energy and stamina, enabling them to perform at their best for longer periods of time.
Overall, red light therapy is a safe and effective treatment for enhancing sports performance, and it can help athletes to improve their endurance, strength, and overall performance, while reducing the risk of injury and speeding up recovery time.
Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology studied Photobiomodulation (PBM), red and near-infrared light, and its ability to stimulate healing, relieve pain, and reduce inflammation. One of the most reproducible effects of PBM is an overall reduction in inflammation, which is particularly important for disorders of the joints, traumatic injuries, lung disorders, and, in the brain. PBM has been shown to reduce markers of M1 phenotype in activated macrophages. PBM can reduce inflammation in the brain, abdominal fat, wounds, lungs, spinal cord. Learn More >
Department of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, University of Arizona reviewed a growing body of evidence that supports the modulation of pain by light exposure. As such, phototherapy is being increasingly utilized for the management of a variety of pain conditions. Learn More >
The Institute of Ophthalmology of the University of London has recently proved that red light improves the declining eyesight for individuals over 40. Just a 3-minute of red light of 670nm a day for 2 weeks showed significant improvement. Read the full study published 6.29.20 here >