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Mitchondria are the energy factories that exist within almost every cell. They are the key to Photobiomodulation.
Mochondria have a substance called cytochrome oxdase that can absorb red and near infrared lght and convert the energy into a form of biologcal energy called adenosine triphosphate (ATP)

Brain Bioenergetics

Neurons are cells that contain mitochondria.

By utilizing the science of photobiomodulation to energize neuronal mitochondria, this triggers a cascade of beneficial cellular events.

Some potential effects are : neuroprotective effects, self-repair mechanisms and enhanced function.

Video Explaining Photobiomodulation, how it works, and it’s benefits.

Photobiomodulation (PBM) describes the use of red or near-infrared light to stimulate, heal, regenerate, and protect tissue that has either been injured, is degenerating, or else is at risk of dying.

One of the organ systems of the human body that is most necessary to life, and whose optimum functioning is most worried about by humankind in general, is the brain.

The brain suffers from many different disorders that can be classified into three broad groupings: traumatic events (stroke, traumatic brain injury, and global ischemia), degenerative diseases (dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s), and psychiatric disorders (depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder).

There is some evidence that all these seemingly diverse conditions can be beneficially affected by applying light to the head. There is even the possibility that PBM could be used for cognitive enhancement in normal healthy people. In this transcranial PBM (tPBM) application, near-infrared (NIR) light is often applied to the forehead because of the better penetration (no hair, longer wavelength).

Some workers have used lasers, but recently the introduction of inexpensive light emitting diode (LED) arrays has allowed the development of light emitting helmets or “brain caps”.

Source, and to read more, please visit US National Library of Medicine 
National Institutes of Health. This review will cover the mechanisms of action of photobiomodulation to the brain, and summarize some of the key pre-clinical studies and clinical trials that have been undertaken for diverse brain disorders.

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