Further insights into the pulse technology of Pulse panels
Here we have another summary of studies published on the biomedical portal PubMed dealing with pulsed infrared light technology. Let’s read a short excerpt from the results of several studies.
Other mechanisms that explain why pulsing may have a biological effect are also explained in a systematic review (4). First, the motion of charged particles called “ions” can be changed by the pulse. Ions are atoms that can carry a charge and can change their charge by gaining or losing electrons.
Ions underlie all energy production within the cell, which in turn is the basis of life. Without energy you are dead and by up-regulating energy production the biological organism can work more effectively/efficiently.
Second, pulsing can directly affect mitochondria. Mitochondria are the “power plants” of your cell, although they are also linked to other functions, such as the immune system and cellular defenses (10; 11; 12; 13).
The better your mitochondria function, the lower your overall risk of many chronic diseases—except perhaps those that are genetic in origin. Red light therapy also affects these mitochondria directly by making the last step of the mitochondrial energy-making process called “cytochrome C-oxidase” (COO) more efficient. This step is affected by nitric oxide (NO), and pulsing can affect this step differently than a continuous wave of red light.
Pulse technology is a novelty in photobiomodulation panels, with which we are constantly discovering more and more positive effects on our organism. It still has a lot of tests and studies ahead of it, but it is already known that it will become an integral part of red light therapy and a great helper to achieve solid health and better regeneration.