Sound Frequency Therapy (Aquera)

Aquera is an innovative software technology that measures patterns in voice and brain frequencies that translate these into various degrees of physical health and emotional well-being. It correlates human vocal vibrations and brain waves to our emotions and health. In other words, using our advanced computer technology, the Aquera software will measure your emotional intelligence and physical health and then generate a report for it. Personal emotions and physical health are interrelated.

The Emotion Report reveals your stress levels, emotional states, subconscious thoughts, inner potential , constructive and restrictive behaviours, characteristics and personalities, learning and communicating sensory; while the IDN Health Report shows your physical health conditions.

After completion of the analysis, Aquera system is able to customize a set of sound frequencies based on your analysis report to restore your emotional health and physical health balance.

This technology was developed based on studies in Physics, Quantum Physics, Biochemistry, Epigenetics, Psychology and other research fields from different universities all around the world.

How It Works

Red Light Therapy

Red light therapy (RLT) aims to solve skin issues by using low wavelength red light. Many experts believe that it can help with issues such as skin conditions, scarring, and signs of aging — including wrinkles and age spots.

There is some evidence to back up many of these claims, but RLT is no miracle cure.

Anyone considering the treatment should also take other steps to promote skin health. Improper use of RLT may also cause some side effects.

Anyone who is uncertain about whether or not RLT is right for them should talk to their doctor.

RLT is a straightforward procedure involving exposing the body to low wavelength red light. Low-level laser light therapy is another name for the process, though RLT may be more common.

This red light is natural and can penetrate deep into the skin, where the cells can absorb and use it.

As a study in the journal Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery – notes, mitochondria in the skin cells can absorb these light particles. This can help the cells produce more adenosine triphosphate, which is the energy source for all cells.

Many experts attribute the potential positive benefits of RLT to this function. With this extra energy, the cells may be able to respond better to damage and rejuvenate themselves.

Although there is early research surrounding RLT, there is still no conclusive evidence that it is a beneficial treatment. Many studies show that the treatment has promise, but more extensive clinical studies in humans will help determine the potential applications of RLT.

With that said, there are several potential benefits of RLT, which we will cover in the sections below.

Improving skin health

Most people show interest in RLT as a possible way to improve skin health.

The potential for using RLT as a way to rejuvenate the skin has led to a large number of studies. As the review in the journal Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery notes, RLT may help rejuvenate the skin by:

  • Increasing collagen production in the skin, which gives the skin its elasticity
  • Increasing fibroblast production, which helps produce collagen and other tissue fibers
  • Increasing circulation between blood and tissue cells
  • Protecting cells from damage
  • Increasing mRNA in the cells, which helps stimulate the cell
  • Improving facial texture
  • Reducing fine lines
  • Reducing wrinkle severity

A clinical trial in the journal Photomedicine and Laser Surgery – explored light treatment for some basic skin issues in a small group of 136 people. The researchers found that these light therapies could:

  • Rejuvenate the skin
  • Improve the complexion
  • Improve the feeling of the skin

It is important to remember that many of the results regarding RLT come from animal or test tube studies, which explore the function of RLT. Many of the human studies used very small sample sizes, as is evident in the clinical trial above.

These results show the potential for the therapy but are not conclusive evidence that it will work in every case.