Vielight for Fibromyalgia


Recharging your brain's tiny power stations

Each of your body’s 37 trillion cells has power stations inside. These power stations are called mitochondria, and the brain and heart hold the most per cell. Mitochondria make energy by combining the food we eat with the air we breathe. But mitochondria can be damaged by infections, toxins and stress or they can be taken offline by disease. When mitochondria go offline, the lights begin to dim or go out across your brain.

Your mitochondria can make small repairs to themselves, but when they need outside help, the problems become serious.

Who can benefit from the Vielight?

Brain Power Stations
  • Dementia, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s sufferers looking to improve symptoms
  • Adults, teens and children who experience a concussion (of any level) playing contact sports, or through an accident or fall
  • People with ongoing headaches, migraines, mood or behavioural issues, and those who have had a head injury at some point
  • Dementia, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s sufferers looking to improve symptoms
  • People who feel their fatigue is mental as well as physical
  • Executives and students in high-stress conditions, working or studying crazy hours and needing their brain constantly firing on all cylinders

Photobiomodulation for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia

In this case presentation and protocol review, the authors report on patient outcome after using low-level light therapy.
By Timothy J. Demchak, PhD, ATC, LAT (/author/28938/demchak) , McCall Christian, DAT, ATC (/author/28939/christian) and Breanna Fagg, RN Candidate (/author/28940/fagg)

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Improvements in Gulf War Illness Symptoms After Near-Infrared Transcranial and Intranasal Photobiomodulation: Two Case Reports

At least one-fourth of US veterans who served in the 1990–1991 Gulf War (GW) are affected by the chronic symptomatic illness known as Gulf War illness (GWI). This condition typically includes some combination of fatigue, headaches, cognitive dysfunction, musculoskeletal pain, and respiratory, gastrointestinal and dermatologic complaints. To date, effective treatments for GWI have been elusive. Photobiomodulation (PBM) describes the nonpharmacological, non-thermal use of light to stimulate, heal, and protect tissue that has either been injured, is degenerating, or else is at risk of dying. Significant benefits have been reported following application of transcranial PBM to humans with acute stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and dementia. This report describes the first documentation of improved GWI symptoms in two GW veterans following 12 weeks of PBM treatments.

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