Into Practice: 4. When ?

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Answer Is: Why, as soon as possible. As soon as your light arrives.


This could be the shortest article we've written yet.


We'll add a just a few more lines. 


If you are a respondent to our questionnaire who is also participating in further study,

the protocol guiding that work is your manual, and answers "When?"


If you are not involved in any further study, but want some suggestsions: 

  • the exact time of day may not matter as much as the duration of each session which definitely matters to determine Energy density received (and as already explained previously).
  • doing this first thing in the morning, provides the entire day to subjectively gauge results.
  • as already mentioned, doing this multiple times each day is probably an error. Depending on your target, a sense of increased energy may potentially rise to an unpleasant level. Personally, have never gotten to that level, nor had difficulty falling asleep for instance, but theoretically it may be possible.
  • While developing a routine is good for any new habit, skipping a day or two is unlikely to impact significantly on results.
  • The lights are not toys. Shining them on friends or guests for prolonged periods is to be discouraged. A quick demonstration to explain what these light sources look like and how they behave is probably fine.
  • "When?" can also be paired to other therapies. For example: If you are using an incentive spirometer to do some deep breathing for persistant breathing problems, doing the work with your light before, can only be viewed as a plus. Something worth trying. Our respondents on average have an illness that is moderate in severity (their choice not mine). The red and near-infrared lights have already been applied in more severe respiratory disease. So even if the problem is "moderate" in severity, it may help. As explained, that "help" should not be expected to arrive in the 10 minutes after turning on your light. The process involves synthesis at a cellular level (call it healing) and that takes time as you know. How much time? Still learning that in the "long-term" COVID-19 camp.


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