“Light Therapy” BOOSTS Memory (6 minutes!)
See the difference in just six minutes
Mild cognitive impairment is a major risk factor for dementia.
But MCI can impact your quality of life even if you’re fortunate enough to avoid Alzheimer’s.
There are plenty of ways you can boost your brain function—from food to supplements to exercise.
But today I want to tell you about a revolutionary new therapy that can boost cognitive function in people already experiencing mild cognitive impairment.
It harnesses the healing power of light, and it only takes about six minutes.
Scientists have created a helmet that utilizes photobiomodulation, which is a treatment that uses red or near-infrared light to create specific responses in your cells.
The helmet, called Cerebrolite, uses a wavelength of 1,068 nanometers, and it’s designed to be worn at home.
And according to a recent study, wearing this helmet twice a day for just six minutes can lead to remarkable improvements in your cognitive function.
After 28 days, the helmet-wearers saw statistically significant improvements in their overall performance, working memory, delayed memory, and motor function.
On the other hand, the placebo helmet-wearers showed a deterioration in processing speed over the same period of time.
The people in this study all had mild cognitive impairment, which is a major risk factor for dementia.
The way that photobiomodulation works is by increasing your body’s energy currency—ATP—because of the way it interacts with your mitochondria.
Damaged mitochondria cause ATP to decrease, which can impair your cells’ metabolism and inhibit healing. Boosting ATP, on the other hand, can help restore cellular function.
Based on these initial results, the researchers are hopeful that this kind of treatment could be beneficial for people who have already progressed to dementia and Alzheimer’s as well.
This was a small pilot study, but it is a good indicator (once again) of the healing power of light.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
For years he’s been the trusted doctor for celebrities, world-class athletes, and countless seniors looking to reclaim their health.
And now…for the first time ever… he’s making his medical breakthroughs available to readers all across America.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. is one of the most pioneering and innovative minds in medicine today – and he delivers cutting-edge cures each month through his Natural Health Response newsletter.
Natural Health Response readers get full access to Dr. Gerhauser’s protocols for chronic pain… heart disease… diabetes… Alzheimer’s… and even cancer. These are the very same treatments Dr. Gerhauser recommends to his own patients at his practice in Tucson, Arizona.
In addition to being a board-certified medical doctor, Dr. Gerhauser has earned two master’s degrees and has served as a clinical professor at the University of Arizona.
And as a physician at the world-famous Canyon Ranch, Dr. Gerhauser treated celebrities from around the world who paid dearly for the type of next-generation health information he provides Natural Health Response readers each month.
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