New Health Research Finds These Specific Laser Light’s on These Points Of Your Wrist Do This For Your Mood, Blood & Immune System

Light is a nutrient and light is a toxin, the type of light exposure that we have determines whether we have that nutrient or toxin exposure. – David Benjamin

Light powers our body in many ways, many more ways than one. Our awake and sleep cycles. Our energy levels, our mitochondrial function, cellular function and so much more. It tells us its daytime. It tells us it’s nighttime. That internal biological clock is regulated by both light and darkness.

This is incredibly important because we are light driven, just like we are water driven. We need light like we need water, otherwise we literally go crazy. This is why a human ‘in the hole’ in prison with no sunlight exposure goes mentally crazy and begins to hallucinate. So stick with me, we want you to be sane with the right light.. not insane with no light, or the WRONG light, which has the same effect on the body.

The sun has many health benefits, so starting here is a great way to familiarize ourselves with what sunlight has the potential to do in our biology. Watch this video to learn more as you continue to scroll..

Healthy Light Comes From The Sun: 10 Benefits

Healthy & Unhealthy Light: Distinguishing The Two

Now we need to understand both healthy and ‘unhealthy light’ in our lives. To break this down we need to understand the difference between natural and unnatural light.

Natural Light For Health:

Natural light comes from the sun, and any light spectrum that mimics natural sunlight or nature. These are mainly yellow, orange and red hue of lights, which mimic sunlight, but also include spectrum of blue and green light as well.

Unnatural Light Causes Sleep Challenges:

Unnatural light comes from light bulbs and man made technology. These are created with spectrum wavelengths that are NOT found in nature. These disrupt our circadian rhythm and confuse the internal biological clock of our body. When we have too much exposure to unnatural light, especially at the wrong time it creates sleep challenges because it influences the body’s ability to produce melatonin, our sleep hormone, which to some degree is regulated by what kind of light we’re exposed to and when we’re exposed to it.

The Sun’s Spectrum of Light:

The spectrum of light we want exposure to and to ideally mimic with technology, at the right timing plays an important role as well. The spectrum is measured in nanometers, or nm for short as seen in the graph below:

Light Timing Matters For Human Biology:

The timing is important also, because the sun has cycles that it moves through. We are exposed to different spectrum of light in and throughout the day and this is why people who work 3rd shift have an increased risk of developing diabetes, obesity, heart disease and even cancer. Light, sleep and timing of these two factors carry a heavy weight in our health and human performance.

How Do Laser Lights Play a Role in Our Health?

Recent health research has grown to show that light can be used not only on our skin and eyes, but there have been specific points on the body that play an interesting role on biological function within. In particular there are two points that have shown incredible value to induce biological responses in the body.

First, on the shins because our skin is so thin here and the light can penetrate through. Certain laser applications have been used here to induce stem cell production.

Second, on your wrists. The wrists have a thin veil of skin and beneath this are veins that connect to our arteries, connecting the entire circulation system in the body. This is particularly a powerful point of laser light contact for many benefits. It has lead to companies like Weber Laser, a German company to develop a wrist ‘watch’ that gives multiple laser light therapy treatments on the wrist for specific applications.

Let’s explore what these different laser spectrum wavelengths do for our health and biology and how promising the research is thus far..

What Does Red Light Do For Health?

Red light has probably the most research behind it backing up the validity of it’s benefit to human health and biology. Let’s explore those benefits!

First, red light has been shown to have a positive effect on the theological properties of the blood, in other words blood viscosity. In other words, the thickness and transportation of the blood. The volume of blood and how it moves. This is valuable because moving the blood allows for better circulation, oxygenation and nutrient transportation throughout the body.

Second, red light benefits the immune system. Red light therapy has been found to stimulate the activation of phagocytic activity within macrophages. When exposed to specific wavelengths of red light, macrophages experience a boost in their ability to engulf and eliminate foreign particles or pathogens. This stimulation occurs due to the interaction of light with cellular components like cytochrome c oxidase, triggering a cascade of events that enhance the macrophages’ phagocytic function. By harnessing red light, this activation of macrophages assists in bolstering the immune system’s response, aiding in the body’s defense against infections and promoting overall health and well-being.

The list goes on and on. Red light supports the health of the blood, immunity, skin, collagen production, muscles and so much more. Take a look at some of the other benefits in this graphic:

What Does Green Light Do For Health?

This might sound a little woo-woo, but stick with me! We don’t really see green light much but we consume green light via chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the green pigmentation that is made green by the response to sunlight. The sun meets this plant, and green pigmentation forms. We then consume this ‘green light’ for our health. Sounds far fetched, but many of the medicinal plants, herbs and spices that we consume have carotenoids inducing a specific color from the sun. When you look at the earth what do you see the most in color form? Green and blue, predominantly. Green is an important light wavelength for many health benefits.

Green light has two really big benefits and is worth utilizing for your health. First, we have to acknowledge the correlation of green pigmentation from plants and how chlorophyll improves oxygenation of the body. Guess what green light does also? The same! It improves oxygenation of the body. Another interesting point of research is that areas that have been irradiated with green light have a 30% increase in the production of ATP. ATP is the energy currency of the mitochondria cells in your body. In other words, this green light improves oxygenation of the body as well as overall energy, youthfulness and vitality.

Take a look at some of the benefits here:

What Does Blue Light Do For Health?

Where red light is warming to the body, and heat inducing. Blue light has more of a cooling and calming effect. When your body has too much heat, inflammation will occur, inflammation is a result of heat that has to be released from the body. This is why a cold wrap, or ice bath helps athletes tame inflammation after physically taxing game. Blue light is also beneficial in helping to induce the release of NO (nitric oxide) from the cell. Nitric oxide is a gaseous molecule that enhances circulation and helps blood get to where it needs to in the body. Take a look at the benefits of blue light:

What Does Yellow Light Do For Health?

Yellow light is something that we receive from the sun, like orange and red light. We get each of these at a spectrum at certain times in the day. Yellow light pairs with blue light to create a powerful anti-aging effect for the body. Yellow light is particularly beneficial for the antioxidant response systems of the body. It is also very beneficial for mental health by inducing anti-depressive effects, especially when combined with St. John’s wort, for mood and overall positive sense of wellbeing.

Yellow light has also been found to improve both serotonin and vitamin D production. Serotonin is our ‘happy hormone’ and plays a crucial role in our sense of well-being and mood. Vitamin D plays a pivotal role in our immune system, bone density and mood as well. Take a look at the health benefits of blue light combined with yellow light:

How Can You Benefit From The Rainbow of Light Therapy?

The rainbow of light can benefit your biology and DNA if you utilize the range of these light-wave spectrum. Thankfully Dr. Weber from Germany has developed an Endolight watch, which is this sort of bionic device that emits all of the wavelengths of light discussed in this article. Incorporating the green, blue, yellow, orange and red. All into one watch that shoots these high powered lasers into your wrist, for your veins and arteries to utilize this light throughout your whole body.

You can visit Weber Laser by clicking here. Watch the video below to see the design. Simply wearing this 30 minutes a day in the morning, mid-day or night can trigger hundreds of biological processes in your health.

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