Tired of Feeling Tired?
Full-Body Red Light Therapy may be the easiest way to improve energy levels, boost mood, and reduce fatigue.
Imagine laying down on a bed of light, taking a warm 15 minute power nap and getting out of the bed feeling deeply relaxed, knowing you are healthier.
Ok, it looks a lot like a tanning bed but trust me, this bed is different. This bed has 28,000 LED lights in 4 different wavelengths of Red and Near Infrared Light. The light is non-harming, safe and scientifically proven to make the body healthier, every time you experience a treatment!
It’s true, and it’s scientifically proven to increase energy production in the cells. When cells are healthier, organs and tissues are healthier, when organs and tissues are healthier, the whole body works and feels better.
It takes just a few sessions to feel a noticeable difference in energy levels. Most people notice a difference in fatigue and endurance levels in workouts right away.
Red light has been used to treat the symptoms of:
- Neck, Joint & Back Pain
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Depression & Anxiety
- Chronic Fatigue
One of the scientifically researched benefits of Red Light therapy is the positive effects on Brain Health. From reducing the symptoms of anxiety and depression to improving cognitive performance, stress-relief and mood-lift is a big bonus.
Cozy NOT Hot
Unlike Infrared Sauna, a Red Light Therapy bed doesn’t get hot. The sessions are a comfortable warm temperature. Just warm enough to be cozy while sporting your birthday suit.
Did you say Birthday Suit?
Indeed. Red Light doesn’t penetrate through cloth so it’s best to remove all clothing.
Because Red Light works at the cellular level it does so much more!
Red Light is FDA approved to reduce pain and inflammation, increase circulation and increase range of motion in joints.
Red Light also boosts weight loss, triggers anti-aging benefits for the skin and skin repair, and enhances athletic performance and recovery.
There are thousands of scientific articles on Red Light Therapy (or Photobiomodulation) and more studies are released monthly!
Check out our Research page to check out some of the scientific articles available on Photobiomodulation. (See Research & Case Studies).
Want more detailed information on how Red Light Therapy works? (see How Red Light Therapy Works).