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laser colors and their effects

Red laser light:
Energy source for your cells

1. Energy Production (ATP Synthesis)


The molecule ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) serves as the primary energy source for cells. ATP is a biochemical compound that acts as a universal energy supplier in living cells by providing energy for various cellular processes. Red laser light can improve mitochondrial ATP production in cells. This occurs through the activation of Cytochrome C oxidase, an enzyme found in the mitochondria that is involved in energy production. This process, known as Photobiomodulation, leads to increased energy production and can contribute to optimizing your cellular function in various ways: tissue regeneration and repair, anti-inflammatory effects and improvement in cellular health.

2. Immunomodulation:

Red laser light can strengthen your immune system by influencing the activity of immune cells such as macrophages and T cells. It promotes the production of cytokines, which regulate inflammation and enhance the immune response against pathogens and abnormal cells. By boosting immunity, you can support your body's defense mechanisms.


3. Blood Circulation Enhancement:

Red laser light can enhance blood circulation by dilating blood vessels, improving microcirculation, reducing inflammation and lowering blood viscosity (the thickness of blood).


Infrared laser light:
Rapid Deep Regeneration

1.Enhanced Regeneration:

Infrared laser light can promote tissue regeneration, including skin, muscles, tendons and bones. It supports cell repair and the healing of injuries and wounds. Athletes can use infrared light to assist muscle recovery after intense training, reducing muscle fatigue and shortening recovery time.


2. Blood Circulation Enhancement:


Infrared laser light can dilate blood vessels (vasodilation) and increase blood flow. This improves the oxygen and nutrient supply to the tissues and can reduce swelling.


3. Anti-Inflammatory Effects:


Infrared light can reduce the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and prevent inflammation in the tissues. It releases body's natural pain relievers like endorphins.

blue laser light:
Active against inflammation

1. Anti-Inflammatory Effect: 


Studies in the field of Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) show that blue laser light can have anti-inflammatory effects by promoting the release of anti-inflammatory neurotransmitter. This leads to the reduction of swelling, redness and pain.


2. Release of Nitric Oxide (NO): 


Blue laser light can stimulate the release of nitric oxide (NO) within cells. NO is an important molecule in the body with various positive effects. One of them is the activation of telomerase. Telomerase is an enzyme that protects the length of telomeres in the DNA strands of cells. This process can slow down the aging process and is associated with anti-aging benefits.

3. Improvement in Cognition and Performance: 


Nitric oxide (NO) also has effects on your brain and circulation. It can enhance blood flow to your brain, leading to improved cognitive abilities, mental clarity, better concentration and mental performance. NO can also promote the dilation of your blood vessels and improve oxygen delivery to your body. This has a positive impact on your physical performance and endurance.


green laser light:
The oxygen booster

1. Improved Oxygen Transport:


Green laser light can improve your blood's ability to transport oxygen by increasing the attraction of oxygen to hemoglobin. Optimized oxygen transport has been proven to have numerous positive effects on your body, including improved cell respiration, energy production, brain, heart, and muscle functions. Better oxygen supply enhances performance and reduces muscle fatigue, which is very interesting for athletics.


2. Reduction of Lactic Acid Formation: 


Green laser light leads to a reduction in the formation of lactic acid in your body. This can increase endurance, reduce muscle exhaustion, and improve post-workout recovery.


3. Positive Impact on Blood Flow and Cardiovascular System:


Green laser light supports a better blood flow, strengthens your cardiovascular system and ensures optimal oxygen and nutrient delivery to your body. Green laser light improves oxygen supply and circulation, which can have a positive impact on your health.

yellow laser light:
Guaranteed good mood

1. Enhancement of the Antioxidant System: 


Yellow light can help strengthen your body's own antioxidant enzyme systems. It supports your body in combating and eliminating harmful substances.


2. Mood Booster:

Yellow light can positively influence your mood and reduce depressive symptoms by stimulating the production of serotonin and vitamin D.


3. Positive Effects on the Hormone System:


Initial studies suggest that yellow light can also have positive effects on your hormone system, potentially benefiting your body in various ways, including improving your sleep quality.

Source: Various research studies conducted by the "Medical Library of Medicine" on Low-Level Laser Therapy

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