One wavelength Eliza photo

This is an early model of a one-wavelength Eliza. You can see that it refuses to lose its inner bucketness.

The elastic strap helps hold the Eliza on the head, with the back tilted back onto the base of the skull and the front just above eyebrow levels. It doesn’t matter if the red light gets into the eyes. I find it more comfortable to be able read or watch television while wearing an Eliza.

Despite its less than-magnificent-appearance, it gives a good spread of light around the head, and the foil insert reflects the lights a little. It all helps.

The instructions have been posted on the blog. Check out the DIY page on the main menu.

Author: RedlightsontheBrain

Redlightsonthebrain is written by Catherine Hamilton, a retired doctor on behalf of Light Ahead Inc, a Tasmanian-based not-for-profit organisation. Light Ahead Inc aims to help people to learn about neurogenerative diseases and the practical, safe and scientifically-based things that may be able to help. Part of this is to provide low-cost access to red light devices, hence the DIY instructions on this blog. All sales of the Coronet red light device support the work of Light Ahead Inc.

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