A couple of years ago a friend of mine showed me a small device that he was using on a regular basis and he said it was helping him control his high blood pressure and also it may be useful for treatment of many other illnesses. First I was quite sceptical. I don't readily accept other people's claims or even what experts and scientists would say. Five years ago some study discovered that tea was bad for you, now apparently it is good for you. 100 years ago doctors would prescribe things that are now illegal. Even 80 years ago some doctors would claim that some cigarette brands were better than other brands. So unless I test myself or can read an overwhelming amount of evidence I don't use it.
So I started reading more about this technology i.e. blood irradiation, which turns out is not new per se, but the device itself was a totally new approach. Apparently it would achieve the same results, but without injecting a needle in your vein. I am not going to explain all details here you can just google blood irradiation or intranasal light therapy because the purpose of this message board is for people to share their experiences.
To cut the story short, out of curiousity I bought a 633 Red intranasal device on promotion from Lew Lim, the inventor of this device at a trade show. After using the device for several weeks I was surpised to find out that my LDL cholesterol level got normalized and blood pressure went down to 130 from almost 150 (I don't remember the second number, I think it was sort of within the norm). But the most important thing was that my early diabetes condition was showing improvements, A1C of 6.2 percent.
I also sleep better and just overall I think I am better off physically and emotionally. One of the most convincing arguments to buy the device (it is not cheap, but I think my health is more valuable) was this video:
Recently I read/heard that this therapy is helping clients with Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, clinical depression, stroke, facial pain, etc. so that's why I created this forum so that people who use an intranasal device can share their experience directly with other people/users.
Now, there's a new device 810 infrared which has a different wavelength and light penetrates depper into the brain. I haven't bought or used this device yet it but would be cool to hear from other people who did.