In this blog post, we’ll be sharing with you some intranasal laser light therapy success stories. Yes, you’ve read that right. There are accounts stating how this rather easy and economical therapy can reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. By reading these success stories, not only will you understand intranasal laser therapy better, but you also might be able to give someone in your life the help they need.
Intranasal Laser Light Therapy: Overview and Success Stories
Overview and How to Use It
The general idea of intranasal light therapy is to use the therapeutic effects of light on the body and brain via the nasal cavity. This is made possible through the use of a device that emits 810 nanometers of red infrared light. A user has to insert and clip on the light emitting part of the device in one of his nostrils and leave it on for a specific amount of time.
The Science Behind It
In more technical language, this laser light therapy is also called photobiomodulation. It works by restoring the body’s innate systems. As the invisible infrared light reaches the brain, it triggers the body to restore its natural balance or homeostasis. In effect, the body’s intrinsic ability to heal is also activated.
While this procedure may seem innovative, the use of light as a therapy is not new. In fact, scientists first made the discovery of its practicality in 1967. From there, over 3,000 clinical studies on photobiomodulation have been published, showing no side effects of the therapy. At present, evidence for intranasal light therapy continues to grow and clinical research actually supports it.
Studies Supporting Intranasal Light Therapy
To elaborate on the fact stated above, here are a few interesting studies:
Studies Related to Alzheimer’s Disease
Researchers have known that low-level red laser light can increase the effectiveness of some drugs. Andrei Sommer and his colleagues from the University of Ulm in Germany looked at how low-level laser light could affect the administration of chemotherapy drugs in cancer cells. They discovered that laser light can push out water from cancer cells. Subsequently, when the laser light is turned off, the cancer cells suck in water together with the drug, which is deadly for the cancerous cells.
Furthermore, Sommer’s team found out that this technique can be also used in other applications. For example, they could use it for destroying beta-amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s disease. These beta-amyloid plaques disrupt communication between nerve cells, causing memory loss and other problems.
Sommer’s team, knowing how green tea extract can inhibit the aforementioned plaques, tested how using low-level laser light would affect its potency. The technique showed a 60% decrease of beta-amyloid plaques.
Studies Related to Parkinson’s Disease
A 2003 Chinese study treated 30 patients with Parkinson’s disease with intranasal low-level laser light. Researchers treated the patients with the therapy 30 minutes a day over the span of 10 days. Surprisingly, 31 out of the 36 patients (89%) showed improvement in their Parkinson’s symptoms. 10 of them saw significant improvements, while the remaining 21 saw mild development.
At 83, Henry’s Alzheimer’s disease made him really forgetful, confused, and sometimes aggressive. However, after undergoing internasal laser light therapy through a VieLight device, within a month, his aggression problem subsided. Surprisingly, Henry started sending his daughter emails again. This shocked his family because he hadn’t been using a computer for a long time. Eventually, he started sending longer emails and became curious about using a computer again. Henry, to his family’s delight, also became healthier and more lively.
Henry speaks Dutch and English. As his disease progressed, he reverted back to speaking just his first language, Dutch. In an even more shocking development, Henry started speaking English again after using the VieLight. This showed a radical improvement in his cognitive function, an indication of clearer thinking.
This little light is terrific. It cleared up a nose infection I had for years and couldn’t seem to shake. Totally cleared up. A great side effect is when I use it right before bedtime, it puts me into a deep and restful sleep. I love it. I even think I am beginning to remember better.
This concept is the Greatest by far. It totally relaxes you and then it works on healing you on levels you didn’t even know existed. This product was created for your well-being. You become very mindful. This product is worth every penny.
Since using my VieLight my thinking has become much clearer.
Other Preventive Therapy for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Chelation Therapy — This method removes the heavy metals, which have adverse effects on the eyes and brains, present in the body.
- Ocular Coherence Tomography — This test measures retina nerve fibers which are predictors of Alzheimer’s.
- Microcurrent Therapy — This procedure can stimulate sluggish brain cells. Additionally, it can improve blood flow and decrease inflammation.
Q and A
Q: What treatment can relieve the trembling experienced by Parkinson’s patients?
A: Microcurrent and ozone therapy can help.
To learn more about the benefits of intranasal light therapy, watch this video below:
Intranasal light therapy is a promising alternative method that can help patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. If you want to try this therapy, you can use Healing the Eye’s special $50 off offer. Begin this treatment now at a special rate by clicking here.
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