Photobiology

Photobiology is the study of the effects of nonionizing radiation on biological systems. The biologic effect varies with the wavelength region of the radiation. The radiation is absorbed by molecules in skin such as DNA, protein or certain drugs. The molecules are changed chemically into products that initiate biochemical responses in the cells.

Science and evidence from clinical investigations within the field of low level light therapy support intranasal light therapy.
  • 210+ scientific papers on photobiomodulation have been officially published to date. (US National Library of Medicine) – [Link]
  • Several top-ranking universities and organizations are conducting research in the field of Low Level Light Therapy and photomedicine.

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Photobiomodulation
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