Geplaatst op 26 July 2019.
The laeq method provides light energy with a low frequency light from the red spectrum that optimizes your body. Use the Laeq 1 to 2 times daily and experience for yourself how your quality of life increases.
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This is a also a wonderful review from a 21 year old user of the Laeq Health (nose) home laser. Within a very short time the symptoms due to migraine are away and within 4 months heavy medication is no longer needed to control it.
Do you now think that this is not possible? Then read the research below by a renowned institute, and be amazed by the results!
Adopted by the North American Association of Photobiomodulation Therapy, photobiomodulation refers to light therapy treatments that utilize non-ionizing light sources in the visible and infrared spectrum. PBM is a non-thermal process that involves endogenous chromophores which elicit photophysical and photochemical events. These events theoretically lead to beneficial therapeutic outcomes, including the alleviation of pain or inflammation and immunomodulation, as well as the promotion of wound healing and tissue regeneration. More specifically, PBM emits photons of light that penetrate the skin and stimulate endogenous light receptors, which result in a physiological response. Low doses of PBM stimulate tissue healing and increase blood flow while higher doses tend to have an inhibitory effect, which may be used therapeutically to decrease pain.
For example, low doses of light that are delivered to the tissue stimulate the cytochrome C oxidase (CCO) within the mitochondria, resulting in an increase in adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and a release of nitric oxide (NO) and reactive oxygen species (ROS).9 The ATP provides an increase in energy availability within the cells. When NO is released from CCO and from blood vessels, the result is an increase in ATP production and vasodilation. When ROS is in low concentrations, it activates the transcription factors, which lead to cell proliferation and growth.9
The authors trialed PBM on three patients (ages 42, 53, and 72) with a history of chronic migraine. Each patient had suffered from two to five migraine attacks per week for at least the prior 10 years (see Table I). Each was successfully treated using a PBM protocol to the SPG.
Initial reported pain levels ranged from 8 to 10 out of a 10-point pain scale. All three patients completed daily activities with difficulties due to frequent and painful symptoms. All patients had previously attempted pharmacological methods of treatment with little to no relief, or with additional side effects from MOH that hindered daily functioning.
In this case presentation, use of PBM treatment reduced migraine frequency to zero episodes per week in patients with a 10-year or greater history of migraine for whom medication failed to manage symptoms effectively. Due to a decrease in pain and episode occurrence, all three patients were able to improve their daily function following completion of individualized PBM treatment regimen to block the SPG. With a growing demand for non-pharmacological treatments for migraine pain, photobiomodulation may be a noninvasive therapeutic option for chronic migraine.