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Light Hacking and Life Hacking? Credit to the Bulletproof Blog!

Life Hacking and The Bulletproof Blog

According to the infamous Mr Dave Asprey of the Bulletproof blog and lifestyle, there are a couple of ‘Light Hacks’ to create a better mood, better energy, AND better performance. As always, here at Eyekandi, when it comes down to increasing performance and hacking things, we’re all over it.

And you should be too!

For convenience to our readers, and relevance to our current research and interest in Photobiomodulation and LLLT, we will be focussing on Mr Asprey’s Light Hacks from 7,8 & 10.  Just FYI, his Light Hacks from 1-6 and 9, include the importance of UV rays, vitamin D, light and your eyes, darkness, photon waves and ‘junk light’. And if you’re interested in them, click here to see the full article on the Bulletproof Blog.

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Mr Dave Asprey of the Bulletproof Blog

Light Hack #7: Use red light for pain, inflammation, and skin

Red light is amazing at recharging your mitochondria. Red light can also stimulate DNA and RNA synthesis, activate the lymphatic system and increase blood flow, which is good for carrying waste from the body and repairing damaged tissue. It can even decrease inflammation and swelling, all the way down to deep tissue.

That means more energy, less pain, and things like faster wound healing. Red light donates photons to your mitochondria via molecules called cytochromes, which allows them to make even more ATP for energy. This provides you with steady energy all day and better sleep at night.

How to use it: Install red lights in and around your home and use them in the early morning, at night, and therapeutically for an increase in mitochondrial function and collagen production.

For collagen synthesis, a couple minutes every day in front of a red light could significantly improve your skin’s tone, texture, redness, and signs of wrinkles and fine lines. You can also find medical-grade LLLT practitioners for a heavier dose of light.

 

Light Hack #8: Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT)

Low-level light therapy or LLLT is like a more intense version of sitting under a red light. This is a cold laser that concentrates light to one area on your body.

Athletes use LLLT for better athletic performance, probably because it increases strength and speeds up muscle recovery. It also helps to heal infections post-surgery, relieves chronic and acute pain (especially in your joints), and decreases inflammation. LLLT increases energy by stimulating mitochondria and boosting ATP production and blood flow. And it contributes to healthy skin by healing scars and burns and decreasing UV damage. Lasers shrink nerve inflammation, so putting an LLLT 3-4 inches above your belly button, right below the rib cage, can help with stomachaches and nausea, as well as an inflamed gut.

How to use it: You can find a practitioner that uses LLLT or buy one yourself. The medical-grade lasers are pretty expensive, but consumer-grade LLLT units run anywhere from a couple hundred to a couple thousand dollars. Eyekandi Life Tech is on the brink of bringing one of these products out into the market.

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Light Hack #10: Add infrared light

Sunlight has infrared light, but you won’t get any of it from indoor lighting. You can’t see infrared light, but you can feel it; it is experienced as heat, and it supercharges your mitochondria.

You can get infrared light, which triggers even more energy production from your mitochondria in your eyes and skin, with a healthy dose of sun exposure, in incandescent bulbs (in very small amounts), or with an infrared sauna. Increased mitochondrial function, again, is going to increase blood flow, which is great for nutrient and oxygen transport and also speeds up detox pathways. This is why people are obsessed with infrared saunas.

How to use it: Switch all the bulbs in your house to incandescent, which emit a small amount of infrared. Find an infrared sauna with full-spectrum, near-infrared light. You also want to find one that emits low to no non-native EMFs (electric magnetic fields).

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Red Light Therapy Health Benefits and How to Get It

Still wondering about the Red Light Therapy phenomenon?

KEEP READING…

As seen on the Bulletproof Blog, Red light therapy, also known as photo-bio-modulation (PBM), has been around for around 40 years – ever since the invention of lasers.

“Red light therapy uses certain wavelengths of light to restore, repair, and protect tissue that is either injured, degenerating, or at risk of dying. While varying wavelengths affect the body differently, as far as healing with red light is concerned, the most effective wavelengths range from 630-670 and 810-880.”

But this is how it really works…

The PBM wavelengths affect bodily cells on a biochemical level by increasing mitochondrial function. This is the ability to produce energy in the cells. The more that the cells can produce energy, the better the body can function. When red light wavelengths are used on the skin’s surface, they penetrate 8-10 millimetres deep into the skin. So depending upon where the red light is used (head or knee, for instance), all of the surrounding skin layers, blood vessels, lymph pathways, nerves, and even hair follicles are affected.

Mr Dave Asprey of Bulletproof Radio Health Benefits of Red Light Therapy and How to Get It

Mr Dave Asprey of Bulletproof Radio
Health Benefits of Red Light Therapy and How to Get It

The Benefits of Red Light Therapy (PBM)

Red light therapy works from the inside-out to enhance and increase mitochondrial function in cells. Therefore this, leads to several skin benefits. Red light reduces skin inflammation, smooths skin tone, repairs sun damage, fades scars and stretch marks, and even builds collagen in the skin which in turn reduces wrinkles. It also heals wounds and can prevent recurring cold sores or herpes simplex (some of us were burdened). PBM works on the lymphatic system to improve your body’s detoxification abilities by increasing blood flow. It may even stimulate hair growth in your hair follicles (check it out ladies!).

Still interested?

See the original post on the Bulletproof Blog and see the informative video clip they posted!

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SOLAR ENERGY NEWS REPORT!

EGAT says the Market Quota will now end

Energy policymakers are currently planning to end the twenty year quota regime. They will do this by expanding the state-controlled power generation business to private sector competition, quoted by the Energy Minister himself Mr Siri Jirapongphun.

Thailand will now be removing the special quota from state-owned Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). “Thailand needs to increase power supply and allowing the market to set its price will be essential to developing the power generation industry,” he said.
The deregulation of power generation will be applied to both the renewable energy industry as well as the fossil fuels industry.

The energy price is currently at an average of 3.6 baht per kilowatt hour.

Egat's Mae Moh power plant in Lampang. Both fossil fuels and renewable energy will be deregulated. JIRAPORN KUHAKAN

Egat’s Mae Moh power plant in Lampang. Both fossil fuels and renewable energy will be deregulated. JIRAPORN KUHAKAN

By JUNE 2018, policymakers have planned to open an auction under the small power producer programme. This will involve semi-firm power purchase agreements with a total of 269 megawatts.
The move is aimed at advancing the efficiency of the sector, of EGAT, and of other state-owned energy firms like PTT Plc.

Details of the deregulation programme will become finalised in the new national Power Development Plan (PDP). This is currently being revised by the relevant department.  The new PDP, set to be finalised in March 31, will replace the existing PDP, which was drafted in 2014.

The current rules that state that one fifth of the country’s power must come from renewable energy sources by the year 2036 may also undergo major revisions. At present, renewable energy sources in Thailand account for 12% of the country’s power.

Companies from the private sector and EGAT (which recently expressed interest in importing LNG), will now be allowed to enter the business, which previously fell under the monopoly of PTT.

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Find the original Bangkok Post article here.

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