Brain degeneration and infrared light therapy, a functional medicine approach

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  • Published on Dec 13, 2017
  • www.functionalwellnessacademy.com Dr. Patrick Krupka, DC, CFMP discusses an article from GreenMedInfo titled "Brain Regeneration: Can Infrared Light Reverse Parkinson's and Alzheimer's?" Dr. Krupka explains the article from his functional medicine / functional wellness perspective and covers the nutritional and lifestyle implications. Future treatments for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's will likely include functional mitochondrial support like infrared light and infrared saunas. Atricle can be found here: www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/brain-regeneration-can-infrared-light-reverse-parkinson-s-and-alzheimer-s
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Comments • 5

  • ambercrombie789
    ambercrombie789 5 months ago +1

    Have you tried the InfraRelief unit? 60 mW/cm2.

  • Zero Hoots
    Zero Hoots 9 months ago

    Thanks for the info, I don't get though how can light get into the deep part of the brain through nose? How is that even possible.

    • ambercrombie789
      ambercrombie789 5 months ago

      NIR is invisible to the human eye but it does penetrate. Excellent video btw.

  • stacey del bucchia
    stacey del bucchia 9 months ago

    Awesome...thank you just bought a beurer infrared light💖

  • Gediminas
    Gediminas 10 months ago +1

    Hypothalamus is only brain part that does regenerate? Most LED's and fluorescent lamps are trojan horse from China.