A well researched topic is the one of brain cell regeneration with the use of near infrared light therapy. This therapy has demonstrated its widespread efficacy in improving conditions including traumatic brain injury, ischemic stroke, depression, and age related macular degeneration.
Near infrared light therapy has the potential to mitigate processes relating to cell damage, cell death, inflammation and oxidative stress.
In my opinion any individual suffering from Parkinson’s disease or other neurodegenerative/neuro-developmental conditions this is an absolute MUST DO therapy.
— In animal models of Parkinson’s, near infrared treatment has been shown to rescue dopaminergic neurons, the subset that degenerate in this condition, from death. In addition, near infrared light treatment corrects the abnormal firing activity of neurons in deep subthalamic brain regions that occurs in parkinsonian conditions. Various animal models of Parkinson’s disease shown improved motor control and locomotor activity, as measured by both mobility and velocity, after near infrared is applied.
Restoration of mitochondrial function in the endothelial cells lining cerebral blood vessels may also help neurons survive by repairing the blood-brain barrier and vascular network which is compromised in neurogenerative conditions.
Impressively, “This modulation of multiple molecular systems appears capable of both conditioning neurons to resist future damage and accelerating repair of neurons damaged by a previous or continuing insult”. – Credit Ali Le Vere – copyright GreenMedInfo —
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