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Neuron Photobiomodulation (Low Level Light Therapy) for Parkinson's

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Neurons are cells that contain mitochondria. Photobiomodulation energizes neuronal mitochondria, triggering a cascade of beneficial cellular functions. Potential benefits are neuroprotective effects, self-repair mechanisms and enhanced function.

Vielight’s patented intranasal stimulation technology and microchip LED technology is an innovative tool for brain photobiomodulation invented by Dr. Lew Lim, my guest on Parkinsons Recovery Radio today. Intranasal photobiomodulation is the most efficient method for light energy to reach the brain. Different from electrical and magnetic stimulation, photobiomodulation uses light energy (or photons) of specific wave lengths and power density to simulate cellular function.   

A 2015 study using subjects with dementia found there was significant improvement after 12 weeks of use involving increased function, better sleep, fewer angry outbursts and less anxiety. These encouraging results have been followed by a series of ongoing studies.

The company, Vielight, has generously offered followers of Parkinsons Recovery a 10% discount off orders of the Vielight Neuro Gamma which retails for $1749. After 6 months of use, users can return product for an 80% refund. Enter the coupon code healing4me on the shopping  cart to claim the 10% discount  at www.vielight.com

As of the end of May 2018, 61 Neuro Gamma devices were purchased by listeners in October 2017 who claimed the 10% discount with coupon code healing4me. Only 5 units have been  returned. This evidence suggests effectiveness of thie device to be good for approximatey 9 out of 10 users.    

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease

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