Scientists conducted an experiment involving 20 people who were exposed to a three-minute exposure to dark red light with a wavelength of 670 nanometers in the morning between 8 and 9 o’clock. The eyesight of these people improved by 17% on average.
The researchers concluded that a simple LED device could be used to maintain vision. “Morning exposure is the key to improving deteriorating vision,” the scientists said. They found that the mitochondria in the eye are more receptive in the morning.
“Mitochondria are particularly sensitive to long wavelength light, which affects how they function. Longer wavelengths from 650 to 900 nanometers improve mitochondrial function and increase energy production, ”explained the authors of the work.
It should be noted that it is impossible to carry out such experiments on your own.