Six studies from WAY BACK that showed that LLLT was growing hair. Why did so many people ignore these? [I know the answer! It was the flood of inferior devices that didn't get results!]
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Simply put... laser therapy "makes things work better" --including the healing of skin/tissue, making the follicles produce better hair, etc. This breaks down how LLLT / Laser Therapy provides the benefits of biostimulation, tissue regeneration, anti-inflammatory effects, and is an analgesic.
A breakdown of one of the findings of how LLLT / Laser Therapy fights hair loss! From the study: Increased RNA and protein synthesis was demonstrated after 5J/cm2. Pastore et al found increased activity ofcytochrome c oxidase and an increase in polarograph-ically measured oxygen uptake after 2 J/cm2of HeNe.A major stimulation in the proton pumping activity,about 55% increase of H+/e- ratio was found in illu-minated mitochondria. Yu et al used a 660 nm laser ata power density of 10 mW/cm2and showed increasedoxygen consumption (0.6 J/cm2and 1.2 J/cm2),increased phosphate potential, and energy charge (1.8J/cm2and 2.4 J/cm2) and enhanced activities ofNADH: ubiquinone oxidoreductase, ubiquinol: ferricy-tochrome C oxidoreductase and ferrocytochrome C:oxygen oxidoreductase (0.6 J/cm2, 1.2 J/cm2, 2.4 J/cm2and 4.8 J/cm2).
Systemic effects of low-power laser irradiation on the peripheral and central nervous system, cutaneous wounds, and burns
Laser irradiation on only the right side in bilaterally inflicted cutaneous wounds enhanced recovery in both sides compared to the nonirradiated control group. The bilateral retrograde degeneration of the motor neurons of the spinal cord expected after the bilateral crush injury of the peripheral nerves was greatly reduced in the laser treated group.
Light of a number of different wavelengths, specifically 660, 820, 870nm, at an energy density of 2.4J/cm2, has been shown to stimulate the ability of macrophages in vitro to release growth factors, which stimulate fibroblast proliferation. At 660nm the stimulatory effect of LLLT is dose dependent for exposure to energy densities of 2.4 - 7.2J/cm2, the upper end of the range being most effective and with 9.6J/cm2 proving to be less effective than 7.2J/cm2.
Jdp710's UBER SIMPLE design to help "get your foot in the door" of laser therapy! This was super cheap to make, and probably leaps and bounds more effective than most mass-marketed devices out there! Why? ...Because of COVERAGE!