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Frequently Asked Questions 

 

I am interested in starting the program.  How do I begin?

  • We ask that you pay a deposit before scheduling the introduction to the program and the sessions. The deposit of $200 will be applied towards the total amount due for the program.

Can I make monthly payments? (I need to calculate finances and loans in detail for the whole plan). 

  • Yes, we can arrange any number of payments to fit your budget. We ask that the payments not continue longer than the therapy program. We would also like to point out that the one-time payment is a discounted rate and all other payment schedules will result in a slightly higher total payment.

My weekday mornings are already hectic.  I am not sure I will be able to carve out time in the mornings to do the glasses therapy.  Can I do them in the afternoon? 

  • This is one request that I would have to say No.  The glasses have a positive impact on the production of cellular energy (ATP).However, that effect is absent in treatments that are performed after 10:30am. It seems the cells have other things to do and increasing energy production is limited to the morning portion of our circadian cycles. Many patients limit their treatments to the weekends rather than attempting to add more to their days. Other patients decrease the total time on the weekdays to 5 minutes for up to 3 days and then the full 20 minutes for the two days of the weekend.

I missed a treatment yesterday!  Can I double up the time today to make it up?

  • There is no need to double up. If you missed a day then continue as usual the next day. The ideal number of treatments is between 3-5 per week.

I really want the treatment to work faster.  Can I do it everyday?

  • Please limit the number of treatments per week to 5. The body needs a chance to rest. Too much of a good thing can lead to a decrease in the efficacy of the treatments.

If it's raining outside can I do the glasses treatment indoors through the window?

  • The windows of the home and car (and even some patio screens) block certain portions of the total sunlight. We already know that they block the UV to a certain extent and thus some of the blue end of the spectrum may be decreased. Since we depend on full spectrum light to create the balance in our body please see if you are able to find an alternate location for rainy days. This is also the reason why children in the program are not to perform the therapy while in the car on the way to school.

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