An athlete’s dream

Geplaatst op 4 September 2020.

At the forefront of research related to athletic sports enhancement, Low Level laser Therapy (LLLT), has demonstrated its superiority in a number of ways. The mitochondria within each cell of the body undergoes a photo(light)-chemical reaction to the photons emitted from the Laeq laser and elicits a series of physiological changes for the tissue.

Over 4000 articles in well-respected journals internationally confirm, and at least one new paper daily is admitted to PubMed. Countless professional athletic teams and athletes are adding this as therapy nowadays.

How can LLLT give you a huge edge?

  • Significantly increases muscle endurance
  • Increases VO2 max
  • Boosts ATP production in the cells
  • Boost the immune system
  • Decreases inflammation unlike anything else
  • Improves running time
  • Aids in lymphatic drainage
  • Decreased post-exercise levels of blood lactate, creatine kinase, and C-reactive protein

Why is increasing cytochrome c oxidase important to an athlete?

This is necessary for your mitochondria to be able to make ATP, which means ENERGY for your cells. More cytochrome c oxidase = more ATP = more energy = better sports performance. An athlete’s dream.

Studies, a.o.

1.      Pinto HD, Vanin AA, Miranda EF, et al. Photobiomodulation therapy improves performance and accelerates recovery of high-level rugby players in field test: A randomized, crossover, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study. J Strength Cond Res 2016 Dec;30(12):3329-3338.

2.     Lanferdini FJ, Bini RR, Baroni BM, et al. Low-level laser therapy improves performance and reduces fatigue in competitive cyclists. Int J Sports Physiol Perform 2017 April 19:1-27.

3.     Timon Cheng-Yi Liu, Lei Cheng, Wen-Juan Su et al. Randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled clinic report of intranasal low-intensity laser therapy on vascular diseases, International Journal of Photoenergy, vol 2012, Article ID 489713, 5 pages.

4.     Light-harvesting chlorophyll pigments enable mammalian mitochondria to capture photonic energy and produce ATP, Columbia University Medical Center, New York 

5.     Applications of Intranasal Low Intensity Laser Therapy In Sports Medicine Journal of Innovative Optical Health Sciences, World Scientific

6.     Formation of gigantic mitochondria in human blood lymphocytes under the effect of a low level laser source Institute on Laser and Informatic Technologies of Russian Acad. 

7.      Irradiation with He-Ne laser increases ATP level in cells cultivated in vitro, National Research Centre of the Academy of Medicine and Science.

 

 

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