Using this special type of light can actually protect your vision

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Using this special type of light can actually protect your vision

Macular degeneration is a common problem with aging.

This is not surprising, because the retina is a very energetically demanding tissue.

The mitochondria are the energy engines of the cells, and the great mitochondrial density of the photoreceptor cells of the retina underline its high metabolic activity.

“Mitochondrial density is greatest in photoreceptors, particularly cones that have high energy demands and mediate colour vision. Hence, the retina ages faster than other organs, with a 70% ATP reduction over life and a significant decline in photoreceptor function.” – Shinhmar et al. (2020)

With aging (but mostly the accumulation of stress), mitochondrial activity declines in every tissue of the human body.

Therefore it doesn’t make sense to think of macular degeneration as an isolated pathology, because it is just another symptom of general decline in energy production.

Deficiency of natural light

That being said, there is probably a very real and major contributor to the declining eyesight experienced by many after the age of 40.

Namely, inadequate exposure to daylight (which is probably implicated in myopia as well).

Unless you’re fortunate enough to live in a house and/or office built specifically to maximize natural light, this applies to nearly everyone.

One exception is the lucky few who can work outside.

A typical day for millions of people involves spending long hours staring at a screen which does generate light…

But mostly just the blue portion of the spectrum, which has been associated with negative health effects.

However, natural light from the sun provides exposure to the entire light spectrum, including the red portion, which is very protective.

Red light therapy

In the past few years, the therapeutic value of red light has become an extremely popular area of research.

And for good reason, since it has been found to have potent beneficial effects for

virtually every condition known to men.

Including macular degeneration.

In fact, red light therapy can not only prevent its progression, but also reverse the declining eyesight.

This has been shown by several studies.

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“…this study shows that (red light therapy at 633nm) may be a novel long-lastic therapeutic option for (Age-related macular degeneration). It is a highly effective treatment that results in long-term improvement of the visual acuity.” Koev et al. (2017)

“ … 670nm treatment in older subjects (> 38) improved (eyesight) bringing them towards levels found in younger individuals.” – Shinhmar et al. (2020)

The bottom line is, red light therapy (at ranges of 630 to 670nm) has been found to improve eyesight in cases of macular degeneration.

Red light devices are cheap and inexpensive, and daily therapy could involve as little as 2 to 3 minutes of red light exposure  6” to 12” from the eyes (keeping the eyelids closed is fine).

Done regularly, daily or several times a week, it could help arrest macular degeneration and even restore an impaired vision.

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