What Is LLLT, Low-Level Light Therapy?

Low-level laser light therapy, also called LLLT, is a type of medical technology that uses low-level light-emitting diodes or LEDs to treat the skin or body parts affected by diseases such as cancer, arthritis, eczema, and psoriasis. While most high-powered laser treatments are used in conventional laser medicine for cosmetic or reconstructive surgery, it has been claimed that the application of low power lasers assists in the repair or elimination of tissue or stimulates or enhances cell activity. While the mechanism of action of low-intensity light-emitting diode lasers on the human body is unknown, it has been observed that the light emitted from such lasers is absorbed by the body’s tissues is used to repair the cellular level damage caused due to disease.

What Is The Scientific Evidence Behind Binaural Beats?

In the last decade or so, many doctors, researchers, and scientists have been studying the impact of binaural beats on the human brain. It has shown that these beats produce a form of “neuro-linguistic programming,” in which the brain is able to learn new things by associating with a specific frequency. In other words, it can be said that these beats stimulate the brain, allowing it to think about new things, and to learn new concepts while remaining unaltered by outside stimuli. While this is the most recent research on the topic, it is by no means the only one.

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