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What factors should be considered when choosing the best red light therapy bed, and how can an informed decision be made to maximize the health benefits?

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Carmen Castilla, MD

July 9, 2024 Last updated: i

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For the best results, choose a medical-grade bed with LEDs emitting wavelengths of 630-670 nm. look for brands like Aspen, Hooga and LightStim which offer high-quality, affordable beds under $3,000. For anti-aging and pain relief, use 2-3 times a week for 10-15 minutes, building up as tolerated. For muscle recovery, shorter 5-10 minute sessions can be effective. Check with your doctor first if you have conditions like cancer, epilepsy or photosensitivity.

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