(Light & Color Therapy)
What is Chromotherapy?
Chromotherapy, also known as Full Spectrum Light Therapy, is the use of light from the visible spectrum, think rainbow. It is used to improve moods, brain health, stress management, and chronic pain. Each color has its own frequency and wavelength that the body recognizes and responds to for improved health. The various colors in the visible light spectrum affect the mind, body, and emotions.
Chromotherapy has a long history of use in natural health settings. Ancient records indicate that color and light therapy were applied in ancient Egypt, India, Greece, and China. Current research has found that colored lights can have effects on our bodies, moods, and pain levels.
For example, light and color therapy is used to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that typically appears during late fall and winter. Blue light phototherapy is used in hospitals to treat neonatal jaundice that can affect babies.
Lumatron® Full Spectrum Light Therapy
- A therapeutic device that incorporates the use of light, color wavelengths, and eye movements, aims to rapidly transform emotional distress and related physical pain into a positive emotional state.
- Specifically, the brain is stimulated with lights and colors to reshape the neural impulses affecting the brain and the nervous system.
- Discoveries in light therapy show particular wavelengths of light to be able to help transform a person’s emotional state when administered properly.
Full Spectrum Light Therapy in the eyes can assist with issues such as
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Memory challenges
- Brain Health
- Stress management
- Chronic pain
- Regulating moods
- Mood regulation