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Lightwave Stimulation

Lightwave stimulation is an intervention that that involves stimulating the retina with appropriately coloured lights.

Some people believe this can increase the ability of the neuro-visual pathways to transmit photocurrent to the different parts of the brain,which is supposed to improve mental, emotional and physical wellbeing and enhanced performance.

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