NEW RESEARCH STUDY: Positively Affected Mood, Vigor, Stress, Sleep and Burnout
A non-invasive new therapy delivers impressive health and wellness benefits.
By: Science of Light
SURPRISE, Ariz. - Dec. 28, 2021 - PRLog -- The wellness industry is saturated with products claiming to increase vitality, enhance mood, decrease stress, reduce burnout, increase sleep quality but few have proven effectiveness.
The human body is a combination of cells and chemicals that comes to life only when —LIGHT— "nature's electricity"
"We can now say emphatically that the function of our entire metabolism is dependent on light." —Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp International Institute of Biophysics
Cidral-Filho, F.J.1 ; Porter, P.2 , Geraldine Perez, Ph.D.3
1 Laboratory of Experimental Neuroscience (LANEX) - Health Sciences Post-Graduation
Program - University of Southern Santa Catarina (UNISUL), Brazil.
2 Quantum University, Honolulu, HI - USA.
3 Disability Support Services. Seminole State College of Florida. Sanford/Lake Mary Campus,Sanford, FL
Conclusion: 4-week daily exposure to Full spectrum light followed by Near-infrared Low-Level Light Therapy with the SOL PhotoVites™ device positively affected mood, decreased self reported anger and increased vigor, as well as decreased stress. Additional effects were also present in increased quality of sleep and reduced signs of burnout, although these data need to be further validated. Given the positive outcomes obtained with a small sample size, additional research is awarded.
Science of Light (SOL) is a research & development, 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on raising awareness of Mal-illumination and promoting "nutritional light technology" for a balanced spectral diet for optimum health and reduced risk of disease.
SOL works to raise awareness of Mal-illumination — a condition that photobiology pioneer, Dr. John Ott likened to malnutrition.
"Mal-illumination is to Light as Malnutrition is to Food"
—Dr. John Ott, HEALTH AND LIGHT
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