The 810nm wavelength has the ability to extend from the skull to the brain, with unique neurological benefits. Many visionary scientists believe that phototherapy for brain diseases will become an important medical treatment in the near future.
The following benefits are expected from the 810nm wavelength:
Improved rehabilitation and resilience: A study of football players showed that applying 810nm wavelength before exercise can enhance muscle performance and recovery after exercise.
Improved stroke rehabilitation in some patients: A study conducted in stroke patients showed that a wavelength of 810 nm provided neuroprotective effects and improved recovery in patients with moderate to severe stroke. Five days after the stroke, there was a significant improvement compared to patients who did not receive 810nm light therapy. Ninety days after the stroke, 70% of the treated patients achieved successful results, compared with 51% in the control group.
Accelerated wound healing: The 810nm wavelength has been shown to help accelerate wound healing and help tissues form particles faster.
Improved recovery from brain trauma: 810nm has been shown to be particularly effective in promoting animal traumatic recovery and reducing long-term nerve damage in animal models.
Improvement of mental illness: For a long time, prescription drugs for mental illness have been recognized as having limited help for patients with mental illness. What’s more, medications often bring many adverse side effects, while near-infrared light therapy does not. The 810 nm wavelength applied to the forehead has been shown to help patients with severe depression and anxiety.
Hair growth: Studies have shown that 810nm wavelength can promote significant hair growth in patients with androgenetic alopecia.