Sinoriko Red Light Therapy for HSV Cold Sore & Pain Relief
- Utilises red light therapy to stimulate blood flow & increase oxygen & nutrients to the affected area, speeding up the recovery process
- LLLT has been proven to be an effective treatment for the herpes simplex virus which is characterised by cold sores & ulcers – use at the initial tingling stage & stop the cold sore before it starts
- Reduces the duration & recurrence of HSV attacks, whilst alleviating the associated pain, blistering & other symptoms
- Ergonomic, handheld & portable light therapy device boasts single button operation & a rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Provides pain relief for a variety of other conditions characterised by pain & inflammation, including tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis, muscle strains, ligament injuries, pinched nerves, sciatica, back pain & disc pain
Currently, 85% of the world’s population is seropositive for HSV-1, with primary infection typically occurring during childhood and adolescence . Once infected, a person is a carrier for life; however, the virus remains dormant between attacks. Although it is not fully understood how or why the virus is reawakened, it is thought that stress, a weakened immune system, or anything that triggers an inflammatory response plays a part. Characterised by the appearance of cold sores, which surface in roughly the same place during each attack, herpes simplex can be extremely embarrassing for those that suffer with it. Moreover, it is highly contagious, which is why action must be taken to treat the virus as soon as the very first symptoms occur.
A highly effective treatment for cold sores & aphthous ulcers, red light therapy provides pain relief, whilst reducing the duration & recurrence of attacks
A highly effective treatment for cold sores and recurrent aphthous ulcers (both oral and genital), which affect up to 66% of the population , light therapy improves the cell’s ability to withstand the herpes simplex virus and prevents damage to the cell DNA, thus enabling it to heal faster. If used during the initial tingling stage, it is likely that the cold sore/ulcer will not even appear. Indeed, stimulating the skin’s natural defences when an attack of the herpes simplex virus occurs, it stops a cold store before it can even start. However, it is also possible to use light therapy to treat a cold sore or ulcer once it has developed as it will alleviate the associated symptoms and reduce the duration of an attack. In fact, it is thought to enhance the local immune response and halve cold sore healing time. A safe and non-invasive treatment for herpes simplex, light therapy promises immediate pain relief and ensures fewer recurrences in the future.
With no known side effects, light therapy is the perfect alternative to aciclovir creams. Indeed, clinical studies detail it to be much more effective at speeding up recovery time. Topical antiviral medication can normally only shorten an outbreak by just half a day . Creams containing aciclovir also contain other chemical substances, such as preservatives and emulsifiers, as well as the active substance aciclovir. In addition, they are not particularly discreet and are likely to draw more attention to the area that you are already feeling self-conscious about. Even though most cold sores heal naturally in approximately 10 days, fast action and treatment is vital to ensure you are not putting those around you at risk. In addition, undergoing treatment will alleviate any pain, irritation, discomfort, and all other associated symptoms of herpes simplex, as well as decrease the duration and recurrence of attacks.
Proven to be more effective than topical antiviral medication, light energy increases blood flow, stimulating the flow of oxygen & nutrients to the affected area
Light energy stimulates the production of nitic oxide, a naturally produced gas, which widens and relaxes the blood vessels, large veins, and arteries, to improve circulation. In addition, photoreceptors in each of the cells absorb light, which helps to increase blood flow and stimulate the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the affected area. Improved blood flow means waste products are removed and inflammation is reduced. This effectively reduces pain and stimulates the natural healing process.
Highly effective for targeted relief of cold sores and aphthous ulcers, red light therapy can also be used as a treatment for pain in other areas of the body. Indeed, clinical research from around the world has shown red light therapy to have a significant positive effect on arthritis, joint pain, inflammation, and related symptoms. An efficacious treatment for disorders characterised by pain and inflammation, such as tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis, muscle strains, ligament injuries, pinched nerves, sciatica, back pain and disc pain, light therapy is suitable for acute and chronic pain relief. Penetrating deep into the soft tissue of the body, the red light is highly beneficial for the joints, bone, muscles and will help injured body tissues to heal.
Medically proven to work, the Sinoriko Red Light Therapy device uses LLLT to stimulate the natural healing process & alleviate pain
Low laser light therapy (LLLT) has been used to treat a number of conditions, particularly herpes simplex 1 and 2, with in vitro results indicating a decrease of 68.4% and 57.3% in aciclovirresistant HSV-1 and HSV-2, respectively . Expertly engineered, the Sinoriko Red Light Therapy device harnesses this technology to offer an easily accessible home treatment for HSV cold sores/aphthous ulcers (oral and genital), in addition to providing effective pain relief.
Medically proven to work, the Sinoriko Red Light Therapy device has a positive effect upon the immune cells responsible for fighting the herpes simplex virus whilst also playing an important role in generating powerful antioxidants within the cells. Ergonomic in design, this small, handheld device boasts single button operation and is designed to treat a cold sore/ulcer from the very first tingle right up to the blister stage. Simply place the illuminated part of the device any distance between touching the skin and up to an inch a way and undergo two minutes of treatment (a single push of the button). We recommend one dose of two-minute treatment for mild pain, two for average pain and three for intense pain. Complete with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, this handheld, portable device can even provide treatment when you are away from home.
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|Recommended For||Herpes Simplex Virus (Cold Sores & Ulcers), Pain Relief|
|Power||660 nm Rred Light, Rechargeable 1650 mAh Battery, Input Voltage: 220V, Operating Voltage: 3.7V|
|Size||11.81cm (4.65 inches) x 4.14cm (1.63 inches) x 3.05cm (1.2 inches)|