Intravenous Laser Therapy
Intravenous laser therapy was first practised in the former Soviet Union. The direct introduction of laser light into the blood stream, had exhibited in in-vitro studies positive effects in the expression of immunoglobulins, interferons and interleukins which are crucial for immune response to pathogens.
Intravenous Laser Therapy is effectively used for:
Improving and normalizing microcirculation
Immune system boost
Increasing the ATP synthesis and storage in the mitochondria
Increasing the synthesis of DNA and RNA
Reduction of oxidative stress
Increasing the number of functioning capillaries
Restoring the body homeostasis
Body adaptation to stress
Normalization of exchange processes in cells (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, intracellular energetic balance)
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