Blue and Ultraviolet (UVA) Eczema Light Therapy
- Improves psoriasis, eczema and allergic dermatitis
- Improves redness, inflammation, pimples and pustules from rosacea
- Promotes wound healing and tissue repair
Eczema blue light therapy refers to the use of ultraviolet (UV) A light to treat the skin rash and itching of eczema. Exposing the skin to UV light suppresses overactive skin immune system cells that cause inflammation.
"Natural sunlight can help symptoms of eczema, but artificially produced UV light is best for eczema treatment because it can be controlled and given under supervision," says Elizabeth Page, MD, a dermatologist at the Lahey Clinic and an instructor in dermatology at Harvard Medical School in Boston. (source: www.everydayhealth.com/eczema/light-therapy.aspx)
Ultraviolet light and eczema therapy is an effective treatment for moderate to severe eczema.
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Spleen Energy & Color Light Therapy
In Chinese medicine, the function of the spleen organ-energy system includes the pancreas. Called the 'Minister of the Granary', the spleen and pancreas control extraction and assimilation of nutrients from food and fluids by providing the digestive enzymes and energy required by the stomach and small intestine. They regulate the quantity and quality of blood in circulation and coordinate with the kidneys to control fluid balance throughout the system. Spleen energy commands extraction of energy from stomach to lungs, where it is blended with energy from air to form True Human Energy.
The spleen directly influences and is reflected by the tone and condition of muscle tissue. Weak limbs and muscular atrophy are indications of deficient spleen energy.
Spleen and pancreas condition is reflected externally by the color and tone of the lips: reddish moist lips indicate strong spleen function; pale dry lips are a sign of weak spleen function. The mouth is the spleen's external aperture, and temperamental moodiness is its associated emotion.
The Chinese term for 'bad temper' is 'bad spleen energy', a psychophysiological association also reflected in the English term 'splenetic'.
Spleen: Psycho-Emotional Aspects
The Spleen houses the body's thoughts and intentions (Yi), and is responsible for analytical thinking, memory, cognition, intelligence, and ideas. The Spleen is responsible for directing memories to the Kidneys for short-term memory storage. The Kidneys will later transfer these memories to the Heart for long-term memory storage.
The Spleen's positive psycho-emotional attributes are trust, honesty, openness, acceptance, equanimity, balance, and impartiality; its negative attributes are worry, excessive thinking, pensiveness, obsessiveness, remorse, regret, obsessions, and self-doubt.