What in the world is a PHOTONIC STIMULATOR and what does it do? Photonic stimulation (PS) is a form of low level light therapy (LLLT). Usually done with laser, the photonic stimulator instead uses LED in the near-infrared spectrum based on safety, cost, and providing a larger area of coverage. PS has been shown through numerous clinical studies to have a beneficial effect for reducing pain, inflammation and edema, promoting healing of wounds, deeper tissues and nerves, and preventing tissue damage. It works well for joint pain, muscle pain, visceral pain, wound healing, tissue regeneration, burns, and photobiomodulation, the latter using photons to modulate biological activity.
Near infrared light can enhance mitochondrial health. Mitochondria are the cellular power plants that produce ATP (energy). This boost in energy production allows the cells to function more efficiently (more work requiring less energy). This can go a long way in reducing inflammation and balancing testosterone levels. In many cases PS may enhance the effects of The LENS.
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