Different wavelengths of intravenous laser

Which wavelength is recommended for intravenous lasers? The right medicine is the key!

Intravenous laser is generally recommended for patients who need to improve blood circulation and increase metabolism, but the intravenous laser can also be divided into four more common wavelengths of red light, yellow light, green light, and blue light. And these four wavelengths also have their own advantages. It best to select appropriate wavelength according to patient’s condition. Now let's introduce which wavelengths are suitable for what conditions. 

Different wavelengths of intravenous lasers are suitable for different symptoms

Red light intravenous laser contains the far-red light that penetrates the skin most easily and provides energy that promotes tissue repair. Therefore, intravenous laser can be improved substantially if the wound recovery is slow, or the physical fitness is declined.

Yellow light intravenous laser can improve the activity of the mitochondrial body. The mitochondrial body is like a power station of the cell, and the cells with sufficient vitality can achieve antibacterial, detoxifying and even anti-depressive effect with the combination of other courses. In addition to physical health, there are many successful clinical cases of assisted cancer treatment.

Green light intravenous laser can effectively increase the amount of oxygen in cells and cause similar effect as hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Oxygen is also considered to be vital for each cell of the body. The green light is most combined with a red-light intravenous laser to treat diabetes, and there have been quite a few cases in other countries.

In addition to increase blood flow, blue intravenous laser can also clean up metabolic waste in the body. In combine with high-quality protein supplement can promote the body's metabolism, maintain physical fitness and its ideal for patients who needed to strengthen their metabolism.

The principle of intravenous laser treatment, blood solarium

The most common question is " Why should I give him a good light when the blood is well managed?" Unfortunately, people do not get sufficient time under the sunlight due to their work schedule and exercise habit.  There are also elderly people who have serious deterioration problems and decline in their fitness level which make regularly exercise in the sun a luxury. And many athletes are suffering from sport injuries where they can take intravenous laser treatment as adjuvant treatment. Intravenous laser treatment cannot replace regularly exercises however it can enhance treatment effect for various symptoms 

Who is the intravenous laser recommended for?

As mentioned earlier, people with problems such as blood circulation, deterioration in physical fitness, sports injuries and others are the range of intravenous lasers can be use as adjuvant treatment. There are also good responses in diabetes, hepatitis, and other conditions. Lastly, there are proved news reports on cases of vegetative awakening and recovering in cancer patients. 

The human body is 1/13 of blood. Blood runs through the entire body and supply nutrient and transport oxygen. Intravenous laser is ideal for people who are injury, sick or decondition. It can be useful in terms of strengthen the transport of blood, to enhance metabolism, strengthen the immune system, repair the function of damaged tissue

The function of the intravenous laser with recommended of good living habits

Although the intravenous laser has tremendous effect, but we also need to consider other factors as well. People still needs to have good self-management, regularly exercise, healthy diet, and proper rest to maintain good physical wellness. Intravenous laser can be used in various symptoms and as a daily maintenance after the body recovers, so the body can keep in the best state at any time.  The type of intravenous laser and frequency of treatment are different individually. Therefore, it is recommended to consult with our doctor to tailor the most suitable treatment plan to individual.