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Vitality Booth

About 

Vitality Booth

Red Light Therapy combined with Halotherapy in a synchronistic and controlled environment allows the most benefits in the shortest period of time.

Benefits

Vitality Booth sessions may provide a reduction in fine line and wrinkle reduction, immune system, boost, respiratory system health, improved V02, cellular heal, weight loss, pain & inflammation reduction, wound healing/scar reduction, mood enhancement, increased vigor, male testosterone boost, cognitive boost, skin rejuvenation, relief from cold, cough, flu,allergies, sinus conditions, improved athletic performance, reduced symptoms of COPD, emphysema, cystic fibrosis, asthma, psoriasis, acne & eczema, collagen production, skin elasticity, boost overall health, mental clarity, tendon and joint health.

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Cautions 

Eye Protection: Direct exposure of the eyes to red light can potentially cause damage. It's crucial to wear appropriate eye protection, such as goggles, to shield the eyes during the therapy session.


Some individuals may be more sensitive to light, and exposure to red light therapy could trigger adverse reactions in these cases. People with conditions like porphyria or certain types of epilepsy may need to exercise caution.


While there is limited evidence on the effects of red light therapy during pregnancy, it's generally advised that pregnant women consult with their healthcare provider before undergoing any light therapy treatments.


Individuals with a known sensitivity to light or those taking photosensitizing medications should exercise caution. Red light therapy may exacerbate skin conditions in some cases.


If you have a history of skin cancer or are currently undergoing cancer treatment, it's essential to consult with your healthcare provider before using red light therapy. There is ongoing research on the effects of light therapy on cancer cells, and it's best to err on the side of caution.


Red light therapy may potentially interfere with certain medications, especially those that cause photosensitivity. It's crucial to inform your healthcare provider about any ongoing treatments or medications before starting red light therapy.


In rare cases, some individuals may experience skin burns or irritation as a result of red light therapy. This risk may be higher for those with sensitive skin or certain medical conditions.


Before starting red light therapy or any other light-based treatment, it's advisable to consult with your physician,, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions or concerns.

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