Cardiovascular Diseases and Blood Irradiation

A recently received enquiry made me think about the principal cellular mechanism that is responsible for why intranasal light therapy works so well for cardiovascular diseases. In a couple of sentences I offer one explanation as to why I think it works. If you read relevant literature then it becomes obvious that it is to do with various activities taking place on a cellular level. A number of Russian scientific papers discussing the outcomes of intravenous blood irradiation have already been published in the past. One of them was written by A. S. Krjuk et al, 1986 and has been referred to me by other trusted publications and it suggests that this modality is responsible for increases in oxygen levels in the circulatory system.

Intranasal light therapy in its essence is just a non-invasive way of achieving same outcome as with intravenous blood irradiation. An increase in oxygen level suggests more efficient transportation of oxygen throughout the system followed by a better blood circulation, and all benefits that come with it. They also include a reduction in overall blood viscosity and hypertension.