What Is Red Light Therapy? 

Red light therapy is a treatment that uses low wavelength red light to reportedly improve your skin’s appearance, such as reducing wrinkles, scars, redness, and acne. It’s also touted to treat other medical conditions. Red light therapy is also called low-level laser therapy (LLLT), low-power laser therapy (LPLT), and photobiomodulation (PBM). 

When receiving red light therapy, your body is exposed to a lamp, wand, or bed that emits red light. This red light is absorbed by the mitochondria in your cells which use the red light to produce more energy, specifically Adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is known as “the fuel of life” because it’s the universal energy source for all living things. 

When your cells have more energy, they work more efficiently. This extra energy also provides space for your cells to repair, rejuvenate, and grow which all help to aid in the body’s healing process. 

Why is Red Light Therapy the Final Step in Superhuman Protocol? 

Focusing on the final step in the Superhuman Protocol, red light therapy, is important because red light therapy can have such a profound effect on the cells in your body. Without this final step of red light therapy in the Superhuman Protocol, the body’s cells would not be stimulated to create the energy possible to repair cells and rejuvenate the body.

The order of things is important to many of the tasks we complete each day. We get out of bed before we brush our teeth because brushing them in bed would make a mess. We start our cars before backing out of the driveway because trying to back out first wouldn’t get us very far. We cook food before eating it because if we don’t, we might get sick. You get the point? 

The order of the Superhuman Protocol is what makes it work successfully. Using the natural forces in the Superhuman Protocol – magnetism, oxygen, and light – in a particular order can restore the order of your body. Each natural force has an effect on the next when following the protocol. 

Step 1: Magnetism

Starting the Superhuman Protocol with magnetism involves you laying on a mat that pumps electromagnetic fields (PEMF) into your body. This allows for your red blood cells to flow freely and recharges you at a cellular level. Through this process, your red blood cells also become able to absorb more oxygen. 

Step 2: Oxygen

Because your red blood cells are at their prime for oxygen absorption, now is the time for light exercise with oxygen training (EWOT). During this stage, you wear an oxygen mask which helps to build an oxygen rich environment and deliver the oxygen to your cells in the most effective way. Oxygen promotes healing, and because your cells are primed for maximum oxygen intake, this stage is very important. 

Step 3: Light

When the oxygen stage of the Superhuman Protocol is complete, the oxygen level in the blood plasma is increased and the cellular surface space has increased (cells now repel vs. clump). This creates the perfect conditions for optimal light absorption by the body’s cells. At this point, exposing the body to near infra-red light using a red light therapy bed allows the body to gather all the nutrients of the light in its most favorable state. 

Red light therapy can aid in soft tissue healing, reduce inflammation, and reduce acute and chronic pain. 

More Benefits of Red Light Therapy 

Red light therapy is non-invasive, painless, and has no adverse side effects. red light therapy is non-toxic and does not use any UVA or UVB lights, making it safe for exposure to the skin. Red light therapy is also promoted as a treatment for some common skin conditions, including to: 

  • Improve wound healing
  • Reduce stretch marks
  • Reduce wrinkles, fine lines and age spots
  • Improve facial texture
  • Improve psoriasis, rosacea, and eczema
  • Improve scars
  • Improve sun-damaged skin
  • Improve hair growth in people with androgenic alopecia
  • Improve acne

Learn more about what 10X Health’s Superhuman Protocol can do for you! Contact us today. 

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