Light therapy is a practice that uses special lights to treat a variety of health conditions.
This therapy has been shown to be effective in treating sleep disorders, depression, and other health problems.
Light therapy is based on the idea that exposure to light affects our bodies and minds.
Light is a critical factor in regulating sleep and wake patterns and also plays an important role in regulating energy levels and mood. Light therapy is used to mimic natural light patterns and improve health and well-being.
There are several types of lights used in light therapy:
* day light
* mood enhancement lights
* sleep lights:
Light therapy is a non-invasive and safe way to treat a variety of health conditions.
It is important to note that light therapy must be performed under the supervision of a qualified health professional and that some types of lights can be harmful to health if not used correctly.
It is recommended to perform the therapy under the supervision of a healthcare professional to ensure that it is used safely and effectively.