What wavelength is best for my condition?

If you have looked at the availability of rolls of red and near infrared LED lights, you will see that there is a bewildering array, between orangey-red (630nm) to out of the visible spectrum so that you can’t see it at all (940nm).

So what, you ask. Surely it doesn’t matter? Surely red light, near infrared light – it’s all the same? One wavelength is as good as another?

Wavelength matters – please be cautious!

I’ve been corresponding with lots of people over the last week. In my response, I always ask whether the query is for uncomplicated Parkinson’s disease, or for PD complicated by another neurodegenerative process. I’m not asking because I’m being nosey – the question is really important.

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How long do I use the red lights?

I’ve been having a great discussion with a blog-reader, who was keen for his head to spend a lot more time under red and near infrared lights.

There’s an awful lot we still don’t know about works best for each type of neurodegenerative disease. Continue reading “How long do I use the red lights?”