Pulsed Frequencies

Pulsed Frequencies

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Research on the effects of pulsed frequencies of near-infrared light on the human body is an evolving field, and findings can vary based on the specific application, intended outcome, and individual differences:

  1. 10 Hz: Pulsed frequencies around 10 Hz have been studied for their potential benefits in wound healing and tissue regeneration. These frequencies might promote cellular activity and modulate cellular processes that are essential for healing.

  2. 40 Hz: Frequencies around 40 Hz, in the gamma range, have been associated with cognitive functions such as memory, attention, and learning. Some studies have explored the potential cognitive enhancement effects of pulsed light at this frequency.

  3. 100 Hz: This frequency range has been studied for its effects on muscle regeneration and pain reduction. Pulsed near-infrared light at 100 Hz might enhance the recovery of muscle tissue and contribute to pain relief.

  4. 10-100 Hz: A wide range of frequencies within this range has been explored for various applications, including tissue healing, pain management, and modulation of cellular processes.

  5. Varied Frequencies: Different frequencies within the range of 1 Hz to 1000 Hz have been investigated for their effects on inflammation, tissue regeneration, and overall cellular health.

It's important to understand that the effects of specific pulsed frequencies of near-infrared light can vary depending on factors such as the tissue type, the condition being treated, the intensity of the light, the duration of exposure, and individual variations in response.

We will continue to update this page and the BioLight community as the effects of pulsed NIR light frequencies are illuminated and elucidated via the photobiomodulation research.

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