"[You don't] need brilliance or genius, all [you need] is energy."
— Albert Greenfield
Natural light exposure is important for a healthy circadian rhythm and restful sleep. Red light has been shown to aid the body’s production of melatonin and to improve sleep disorders, such as insomnia.
Red light has been found to improve energy, strength, speed, and endurance when used before exercise. After a workout, it has a natural anti-inflammatory effect, speeding up the muscle recovery process.
Red light therapy is also great for the largest organ of our body — our skin. It boosts collagen, improves complexion, and reduces signs of aging.