1. Staring at deep red light could improve declining eyesight in over-40s - study  TechCentral
  2. Declining eyesight improved by looking at deep red light  EurekAlert
  3. Deep red light reboots aging retinas like "recharging a battery"  New Atlas
  4. LED light from a £12 torch 'significantly improves vision' for the over 40s  BBC Focus Magazine
  5. Looking at deep red light may significantly improve declining eyesight  Medical Dialogues
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A small LED torch that emits deep red light and costs just R260 to make could help improve declining eyesight, scientists have said.

Staring at deep red light could improve declining eyesight in over-40s - study - TechCentral

Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led study, the first of its kind in humans.Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led study, the first of its kind in humans.

Declining eyesight improved by looking at deep red light | EurekAlert! Science News

A new study has demonstrated how a form of deep red light therapy can help address age-related decline in vision. Hitting the retina with just the right wavelength of light was found to recharge its energy system in those over 40 years old.As our bodies age we can expect different components to deteriorate in performance, however, not all do so at the same pace. The retinas are one example of a part that ages sooner than most, but a new study has demonstrated how a form of deep red light therapy can help arrest this slide. Hitting the eyeball with just the right wavelength of light has been found to “recharge the energy system” and bring significant improvements to vision in those over 40.

Deep red light reboots aging retinas like "recharging a battery"

Participants used the device for three minutes a day for two weeks and found their ability to detect colours and see in low light had improved.Participants shone the torch into their eyes for three minutes a day for two weeks and found their ability to detect colours and see in low light had improved.

£12 torch light 'significantly improves vision' in over 40s - BBC Science Focus Magazine

Scientists revealed that gazing at long wavelength light for three minutes every day can help in fight against deteriorating visionScientists revealed that gazing at long wavelength light for three minutes every day can help in fight against deteriorating vision

Light from £12 LED torch can 'significantly improve' declining eyesight, tests reveal - Hull Live

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Looking at red light may improve age related decline in eyesight. Short bursts of longwave light may stop or reverse decline of visual system due to age.Looking at red light may improve age related decline in eyesight. Short bursts of longwave light may stop or reverse decline of visual system due to age.

Looking at deep red light may significantly improve declining eyesight

Looking at red light may improve age related decline in eyesight. Short bursts of longwave light may stop or reverse decline of visual system due to age.Looking at red light may improve age related decline in eyesight. Short bursts of longwave light may stop or reverse decline of visual system due to age.

Looking at deep red light may significantly improve declining eyesight

Staring at a small LED flashlight 'significantly improves vision' in ageing eyes according to a new study by scientists at UCL Staring at a small LED flashlight 'significantly improves vision' in ageing eyes according to a new study by scientists at UCL

Small torch costing £12 offers hope for over 40s with poor eyesight

A small LED torch that emits deep red light and costs just STG12 ($A22) to make could help improve declining eyesight, scientists have said. A study by Univer...A small LED torch that emits deep red light and costs just STG12 ($A22) to make could help improve declining eyesight, scientists have said. A study by Univer...

Red light could improve over-40s' eyesight | The Advertiser - Cessnock | Cessnock, NSW

The study, which involved a small sample size of 24 people, found short bursts of longwave light could ‘significantly improve vision'.The study, which involved a small sample size of 24 people, found short bursts of longwave light could ‘significantly improve vision'.

Staring at deep red light could improve declining eyesight in over-40s – study - The Irish News

Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led study, the first of its kind in humans.Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led study, the first of its kind in humans.

Study: Staring at deep red light can significantly improve declining eyesight

A UK study has found that short bursts of long wavelength light from a small LED torch can "significantly improve vision" in people over 40.A UK study has found that short bursts of long wavelength light from a small LED torch can "significantly improve vision" in people over 40.

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