The DreamSpa sounds like a fantasy come true and you don’t even have to leave home to try it. All you do is use it at home at your leisure and voila you get energized, sleep better, reduce stress, get rid of lines and wrinkles, increase hair growth, avoid brain freezes and more according to Light Health Research of Deerfield, Illinois.
According to a press release by the company, “In groundbreaking health and wellness news, NASA, NIH, U.S. and international researchers in the burgeoning field of Biophotonics agree that light is a nutrient that is vital to human wellbeing and rejuvenation. “ “NASA is implementing the same technology on the International Space Station at a cost of $11.2 million as a solution to astronaut insomnia. The agency hopes that this will serve as a counter-measure to the inevitable disruption of the body's circadian rhythms while in space.”
So here’s how they say it works its magic, “DreamSpa uses biophotonics to stimulate energy production, and cellular repair and regeneration thus recharging the body and rebooting the brain. It makes daily energy renewal as easy as taking a shower or brushing your teeth.”
Here’s what it is supposed to improve:
- -Low energy (never)
- -Fatigue (only when jet-lag strikes)
- -Poor sleep (sometimes)
- -Stress (maybe just a little)
- -Moodiness (not moi)
- -Brain fog and aches and pains (writer's cramp?)
- -Fine lines (writer's flaw)
- -Wrinkles (you bet)
- -Hair loss (not on this Italian-American)
The mechanics of the machine:
Through five proprietary LED light programs that profoundly do all of the above as well as reverse aging (I’m in). The photons or particles of light produced by the machine are absorbed through the skin and acupuncture points and are then conducted throughout the body by the connective tissue
Check out this video testimonial from DreamSpa client Dr. Cari Jacobson, a chiropractic physician who uses it on her patients: http://youtu.be/ZydHld2urwA
This writer can’t attest to the efficacy of DreamSpa, yet. But will be getting a loaner to test out for a month so you should make a point of returning here to read all about it, or subscribe for updates. The machine sells for
$1,799 (plus shipping) for which you get a 60-day guarantee and one-year warranty. The carrying case is an extra $169 and no they don’t toss in a Ginsu knife. To learn more check out www.lighthealthresearch.com/.
And come back soon for my review.