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Neuro Pro Applicator
Share your Vielight Neuro Pro with family members or friends. Now each user can have their own applicator!
Note: For use with the Vielight Neuro Pro only.
Although applicators for different intranasal devices may look similar they operate differently. Please do not use this applicator for other models, this applicator is designed to work only with the Vielight Neuro Pro.
Please note that we do not refund intranasal applicators purchased as independent items.
As a precaution, please do not pull on the wire directly below the applicator’s diode
Neuro Pro Applicator
SIDE EFFECTS, SAFETY AND CONTRAINDICATIONS OF LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY AND NON-LASER LIGHT THERAPY
Based on the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) information sheets for medical devices, low level laser therapy (LLLT) as well as normal light therapy devices are categorized as “non-significant risk” products.
After more than three decades of research there is no known major side effects attached to these light therapies.
Reported side effects for some first-time users include:
• Tiredness (temporary) – probably due to the release of metabolites but the majority report a resurgence of energy
• Headaches (temporary) – from the reactivation of neural connections and increased microcirculation
• Dry throat (temporary) – from the stimulation of renal functions
• Reactivation of repressed mental trauma – the reactivation of neural connections may trigger repressed traumatic memories to resurface.
Over 40 years of accumulated scientific studies on low level light therapy reveal no major contraindication. However, this therapy is not recommended for use in the presence of cancer tumor in the nasal area ( Nasal polyps on the other hand has responded positively).
Energy Safety Issues
Vielight 633 Red (formerly branded as “Qi-light”) has a non-laser based light source (incoherent light) with very low level intensity. The energy generated is lower than natural light. Its energy output of 8mW is 125 times lower than that of a small flash light with the typical power of 1 W.
Vielight 655 Prime or “RadiantLife LT” has a low intensity laser source that is powered to generate very low and safe energy output. Its energy output of under 5 mW is 200 times lower than that for a small flash light with the typical energy of 1W.
However pointing a laser light to the retina can cause tissue damage and scarring. The danger of this is mitigated by the fact that the 655/RadiantLife laser is not pure, collimated laser: the light is not completely coherent and has some built-in divergence of about 57 degrees. Human involuntary reflex would also cause immediate blinking when the laser light is pointed to the eye. Nevertheless precaution should still always be taken and it should not be handled by children without supervision.
Vielight 810 Infrared has a non-laser (incoherent light) with very low level intensity. The energy generated is lower than natural light. Its energy output of 10 mW is 100 times lower than that of a small flash light with the typical power of 1 W. Users should note that this light is invisible to the naked eye.
1. Tuner J and Horde L. The New Laser Therapy Handbook. Prima Books AB. 2010
*Your results may vary from those listed above.
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*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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