Bestqool Introduces Revolutionary Red Light Therapy for Home-Based Yogis

Issuing time:2024-03-23 12:27

In an innovative fusion of ancient practice and modern technology, Bestqool, a pioneer in health and wellness solutions, has announced the launch of a groundbreaking approach to enhance yoga practice from the comfort of one's home. This cutting-edge initiative seamlessly integrates Red Light Therapy with yoga, offering a holistic path to wellness that promises to elevate the home-based yoga experience to unprecedented levels.

The trend of home-based yogis is one such trend that has proven to be immensely helpful for both the practitioners and the people who follow them. [1]

Yoga itself has several benefits apart from providing strength and flexibility to your muscles and bones. It is an all-rounder mode of therapy that helps relieve stress and tension from your mind and body. Home-based yoga practitioners help ease that task in the comfort of their homes. [2]

However, what could be more amazing and wholesome than introducing a whole new trend to this relaxing modality? This is the Red Light therapy that is being talked about, and if anything, it could help accelerate the effects of yoga and meditation in no time.

What Is Red Light Therapy?

Red Light therapy is an advanced, modern-day mode of non-invasive treatment. In this type of ‘therapy’, beams of red light of a safe, low-level wavelength are used to focus on the skin and the deeper structures, such as the muscles, bones, and joints. [3]

The reason for doing so is to help resolve several problems related to these structures. Be it pain, physical appearance, or the general well-being of the skin, muscles, or tissues - Red Light Therapy helps repair, restore, and heal the issues in no time. [4]

This includes both common and uncommon conditions, such as:

  • Acne

  • Edema

  • Fine Lines

  • Inflammation

  • Signs of Aging

  • Psoriasis

  • Repair of Muscles and Tissues

  • Scars

  • Wrinkles

There are several other beneficial uses of Red Light Therapy as well, however, all of them are either under research or need further experimentation to be introduced as a treatment modality for everyone. [5]

However, what is worthy of being known is that this mode of treatment is safe, technically free from side effects and adverse reactions, and has one or more benefits for everyone in the long run.

Red Light Therapy And Yoga - What’s The Link?

Now that you may think about it-   where do all the home-based yoga practitioners and yoga itself fit in the equation? Well, there exists a link to all of this.

All those who are home-based yogis or know someone who has been giving yoga sessions within the comfort of their homes would know how overwhelming this might turn out for them in the long run.

Doing it alone is one thing, but teaching it to a whole class of students requires even more hard work, effort, and dedication. This may more often than not tire you out and make you feel unrested, tired, and with more muscle knots in your body than you can count!

So, what to do in such a situation? Well, the solution is simple - use Red Light Therapy alongside and make the most of your fitness experience in a more streamlined, healthier way.

How Can Red Light Therapy Help Home-Based Yogis?

It is recommended that all home-based yogis and yoga practitioners incorporate the use of Red Light Therapy at three stages of their lives, that is before, during, and after their yoga sessions.

This will ensure that your bodies are kept within optimal condition at all times and that you do not tire it out more easily.

Furthermore, Red Light therapy would work as a much-needed companion for your yoga sessions. It would help relax your stiff muscles and joints, thus making it easier for you to get back on track after a stressful session. [6]

In case you suffer from any muscle or tissue injury, Red Light therapy could very well help soothe your inflamed tissues along with helping accelerate the healing process.

Empowering Yoga Practitioners with Bestqool

Bestqool's hand-held Red Light Therapy devices are designed with the user in mind, offering ease of use, safety, and efficiency. These devices promise a beginner-friendly interface that allows even those with no technical expertise to start their journey towards enhanced well-being. By integrating Bestqool's Red Light Therapy into their routines, yogis can expect a significant reduction in pre and post-yoga stiffness, soreness, and muscle fatigue, leading to a more fulfilling and effective yoga practice.


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2. Garcia, M. G., Estrella, M., Peñafiel, A., Arauz, P. G., & Martin, B. J. (2023). Impact of 10-min daily yoga exercises on physical and mental discomfort of home-office workers during COVID-19. Human Factors, 65(7), 1525-1541.

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4. Wunsch, A., & Matuschka, K. (2014). A controlled trial to determine the efficacy of red and near-infrared light treatment in patient satisfaction, reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, skin roughness, and intradermal collagen density increase. Photomedicine and laser surgery, 32(2), 93-100.

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