Red Light Eye Therapy for Vision Improvement
Research clearly shows that red light therapy has great potential for helping protect retinal cells from damage, reducing vision loss, reducing inflammation, and healing eye injuries. Red light appears to be especially effective in treating age-related ocular disorders such as macular degeneration and glaucoma. Learn more here about the many ways that red light can help to regain declining cornea function, and talk to your ophthalmologist about possibly using red light to improve your vision.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do you need eye protection for red light therapy?
Ans: Although wearing eye protection is not essential but the lights are quite bright and may be uncomfortable for anyone with light sensitivity. Thus, one can wear transparent googles to be on the safer side.
Q. Should I keep my eyes open or closed while having red light therapy?
Ans: It is not necessary to stare at the red light to reap the benefits of red light application for declining eyesight.