Tag Archives: photobiomodulation

Dosing Low Level Light Therapy – Rheumatoid Arthritis


I touched on the topic of dosing LLLT/PBM in a couple of other articles but it it might be a good idea write it up in a separate article. Light can be a tricky subject to get your head around but it is important when using these targeted devices to dose appropriately.
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Lighting Up Your Brain On A Budget

Recently I’ve been seeing more and more talk about intranasal light devices and decided to look into the subject again. A few years ago I tried to read up a little but I couldn’t find much data. The early Vielight devices were out at that point but I couldn’t find specifications for them.More

Experiences With Light Therapy

This is an article on the various light therapy devices that I have found myself using after a few years of experimentation. I’ve written about the technical aspects of some of these devices here before so it might be interesting to look back and see how useful they have been to me in reality.… More

Light Treatment Of Hypothyroidism – Is It Possible With LEDs?

Over the last few years there has been increasing interest in treating hypothyroidism with light. Dr Ray Peat has spoken about the beneficial effect of red light for many years. Since the 1990s there have been a number of very successful studies using narrow bands of red or near infrared light to treat hypothyroidism in humans and animals.… More