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Light Therapy can be an effective way to treat skin problems as well as seasonal depression. Here is a list of tips on how to make Light Therapy work for you.

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How Does LED Light Therapy Work?

Find out How LED Light Therapy Can Help Your Skin to Build New Elastin and Collagen, Decrease Inflammation and Promote Better Circulation.

What is Light Therapy?

What is purple light therapy used for? Violet or purple light targets the upper layers of the skin i.e. dermis and epidermis to alleviate symptoms...
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Blue, Red and White Light Therapy

Acne, Insomnia and Depression - All Treatable with Light Therapy. But Which Light Therapy Color Works for Which Case?
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How Light Therapy Helps Me Get 7 Hours of Healthy Sleep

Does 7 Hours of Healthy Sleep Sound too Good to be True? Read on to Find out...
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Blue Light As An Acne Treatment

How I Use Light Therapy To Treat My AcneWhile mild acne may not seem like such a big deal, just the mere thought of...
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Red Light Laser Therapy For Hair Loss

Learn About the Benefits of Low Light Lasers for Your Hair.
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Light Therapy For Babies: What Every Parent Should Know

Jaundice is a common occurrence in newborn babies. Light therapy treatment is a save and proven method to bring down bilirubin in the baby’s body. Learn more here...

Is Red Light Therapy Good For Fibromyalgia?

More and more people who suffer from chronic pain are opting for color therapy for long-term pain relief. This type of phototherapy delivers colored...

What to Look For When Buying a Dawn Simulator

When the sun goes down, the body’s melatonin levels increase and naturally, we struggle to stay awake. Changes in seasons can make it difficult...
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The Effects of Light on the Brain

Scientists have found that this part of the brain is closely linked to the circadian system

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