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“…There is evidence however that longer wavelengths around 670 nm have a positive impact on mitochondria, improving electron transport chain function. These wavelengths improve mitochondria membrane potential and ATP production and also significantly improve aged human visual function [34,35]. While blue and red components of atmospheric light vary with time of day, season and changes in weather patterns, the blue variation is greater than the red [18].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There is evidence however that longer wavelengths around 670 nm have a positive impact on mitochondria, improving electron transport chain function. These wavelengths improve mitochondria membrane potential and ATP production and also significantly improve aged human visual function [34,35]. While blue and red components of atmospheric light vary with time of day, season and changes in weather patterns, the blue variation is greater than the red [18].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Light modulation improves cell activity and enhances the level of cell metabolism, thus slowing down the aging process. [18]…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Often, mitochondrial dysfunction increases with age and may not be sufficient to enable recovery after infective disease and other immune insults [ 64 ]. PBM is known to enhance mitochondrial function, but the positive effect of PBM on the aging process in animal models has yet to be demonstrated in humans [ 65 ]. The action of PBM on the mitochondria also has the effect of activating transcription factors, which can lead to increased expression of genes involved in inflammatory signalling [ 66 ].…”
Section: Photobiomodulation Therapy and General Healthmentioning
confidence: 99%