What Is Phototherapy?

What Is Phototherapy?

The science of phototherapy, which has been around for about 100 years, uses light to improve the health of the body. Modern forms of phototherapy, such as Low Level Laser Therapy, which helps reduce wrinkles in the skin, are very well understood scientifically.
But this idea is nothing new. As far back as two thousand years ago, the ancient Greeks had a center for studying the effects of different colored lights on the body. Even the ancient Egyptians, who promoted health by focusing sunlight through colored glass on certain areas of the body, understood this concept.

How Lifewave Phototherapy Patches Work

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This picture above illustrates what is happening when you put a patch near your body (infrared light is invisible). The light from your body is used as a carrier to send signals from the crystalline structures in the patch to the body.

These signals (wavelengths of light) induce biochemical changes- just like SUNLIGHT triggers the body to make vitamin D.

Using a patch is DIFFERENT from using lasers or actual powered light sources- these have ONE wavelength and are very strong wattage compared to what is produced by the body.

The light emitted by your body has your own SIGNATURE WAVELENGTHS that cannot be replicated. But the patch reflects these SIGNATURE wavelengths with the same wattage produced by your body- so this is instantly recognizable and usable by your body.

This is why the patches are so gentle yet SO EFFECTIVE!

Different patches send different signals and induce different biochemical and physiological changes in the body.

Look up PHOTOBIOMODULATION which has hundreds of published studies on PubMed to see how light affects the body.

Acupuncturists have also noted that patches on acupuncture points produce effects similar to LASER ACUPUNCTURE and are way more powerful than needles.

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