How Does Light Leakage Steal Your Energy? Learn to Reclaim It!

How Does Light Leakage Steal Your Energy? Learn to Reclaim It!

Have you ever wondered why despite trying various diets, supplements, and fitness plans, you still don't feel at your best?

At VivaRays, we like exploring  beyond  the conventional health solutions.  Our aim is to continue illuminating a  new path to wellness that resonates with nature's natural law and rhythms. Today, we will talk about the concept of ‘’Light Leakage '’’. We will explain what light leakage is and how it makes us sick, tired and low on energy.  

Understanding Light Leakage

Isn’t it fascinating how every living thing—plants, animals, and yes, us humans—relies on light for vitality? 

It’s like we’re all solar powered in a way, drawing energy from light to keep our cellular engines running smoothly. 

Now think about this: what happens when we start losing this light faster than we can store it? This not-so-great situation is what we call light leakage.

Imagine your body as a rechargeable battery. Ideally, you want to keep it fully charged to power through your day. But with light leakage, it’s as if there's a small hole in the battery. No matter how much you charge, the energy keeps slipping away. This leakage means that our cells won’t be able to perform work at their full potential—they’re like underperforming workers in a factory, which can lead to all sorts of health issues.

So, why does this leakage happen? Well, it could be due to a lot of modern-day factors like harsh artificial lighting, too much screen time, or even a bad response to stress and poor diet. When our bodies can't retain enough light, they just can't function as they should, and that's when we start noticing we're not feeling quite right.

"Think of your body as a solar-powered battery: it thrives on light. When it leaks light faster than it can store it, our health dims like a flickering lamp. ‘’

What Causes Light Leakage?

Light leakage can result from several stressors:

  • Physical Injuries: You know that ache or pain from an injury? Beyond the discomfort, these injuries strain our bodies and lead to a loss of light.
  • Artificial Lighting: Our bodies are tuned to rise with the sun and rest as it sets, a cycle controlled by our circadian rhythm. Artificial lights, particularly blue light emitted from screens and modern LED lighting tricks our brains into thinking it's still daylight, leading to low quality sleep and hormonal disruption. This makes us lose light at a fast rate and is linked to a host of diseases, including obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and even cancer.
  • Electromagnetic Frequencies: All those gadgets around us, like WiFi routers and Bluetooth devices, emit frequencies that our bodies aren't used to being around. This disrupts the vibrational normalcy of our cells.
  • Poor dietary Choices: What we eat matters—a lot. Foods that don't support our cellular health, especially processed foods and industrial seed oils, can lead to a deficiency in vital nutrients. Oxidized and highly inflammatory seed oils, in particular, can amplify this issue, leading to inflammation and further impairing our ability to retain light.
  • Emotional Stress: Stress from toxic relationships or constant negative thinking can drain us, literally. It causes our cells to leak light, which should otherwise be used for energy and repair.
  • Environmental Toxins: Exposure to pollutants and chemicals in our environment, like pesticides and air pollution, adds another layer of stress on our cells. These toxins can accelerate the loss of light, blocking our body’s ability to function optimally.

When faced with these stressors, our cells begin to rapidly release biophotons  in the form of extremely low-frequency UV and infrared light. 

"Light leakage = Draining your body’s battery.
Artificial lights, stress, poor diet, and toxins chip away at our inner light, setting the stage for chronic disease. ‘’

Emitting biophotons is not inherently bad

Did you know that every living organism—yes, including you and me—naturally emits light?

This isn’t just a fun fact; it’s a fundamental part of how life works. We emit what’s called biophotons, in the form of ultraviolet and infrared light. 

Emitting biophotons isn’t inherently a bad thing at all.  The problem happens when we emit light at a faster speed than harnessing it .

Emitting light in a balanced way is part of a balanced energy exchange with the world around us.

Now, where it gets really interesting is how we manage this light. The secret to vitality isn’t just in absorbing light, but in how well we hold onto it and make use of it. You can think of your body like a bank account and light as your money. If you keep leaking money, or in this case light, faster than you’re saving it, you’re going to run into problems, right?

But when we harness and retain this light efficiently, we can then invest wisely. Our cells become supercharged to perform at their best. They repair themselves more effectively, they produce energy more efficiently, and they rejuvenate, making you feel better and more vibrant.

So, while it’s natural and good to emit some light, the key is balancing how much we emit with how much we retain. That’s the true secret to maintaining our health and vitality. It’s all about keeping that energy exchange in check, making sure we’re not losing light to our environment at a faster rate than harnessing it. . Keep that energy balanced, and you'll keep your health optimized!

‘’We all emit light called biophotons. Like managing money, keeping our light, _our vital energy_ in balance is key. If we lose more light than we harness, our health suffers. Retain and utilize this light well, and our cells thrive, enhancing repair, energy, and vitality.’’

Holistic Health: Beyond Diet and Exercise

Okay, so we all know how important diet and exercise are, right? 

But there's more to the story when it comes to our health. 

Think about this: each health issue has its own unique 'light loss signature.' 

Take dementia, for example. People with this condition tend to lose a lot of light from their brain. And then there’s obesity, where the major light loss happens in the liver and pancreas. 

By understanding  that we are beings of light and that light fundamentally powers our biology, we can revolutionize  how we approach health.

 It’s time we move past the standard advice of 'eat right and exercise.' Food and exercise are definitely important, however, they can;t move the needle if the forces of physics that control our biology including our light exposure, magnetism, and water are corrupted.

Other very important factors that will either replenish our light tanks or deplete them is the quality of our thinking and actions. When we think and act out of balance, we flood our bodies with toxins that deplete our energy regardless of how well our diet is and how optimized our light environment is.

‘Beyond diet and exercise, every health issue has a 'light loss signature.' From dementia to obesity, our well-being is dependent on how well we manage our internal and external light. Remember, good light exposure and mental harmony are essential keys to true health.’

How VivaRays Supports Light Retention

At VivaRays, we understand the essential role that light plays in your overall health and well-being. 

That’s why we’ve developed our innovative circadian glasses to help you manage the quality of the light your body receives and uses.

The Problem: Modern life bombards us with artificial light from screens, LED bulbs, and other sources that disrupts our natural circadian rhythms leading to poor sleep, reduced energy levels, and long-term health issues.

Our Solution: VivaRays circadian glasses are specifically designed to protect your eyes from the unbalanced effects of junk artificial blue light, while allowing beneficial light frequencies to enter your body. By doing so, they help realign your body with the natural light-dark cycle of nature, promoting healthier sleep patterns and overall vitality.

Actionable Steps to Enhance Light Retention with VivaRays:

🧡Wear Your Circadian Glasses: To maximize your light retention and enhance your well-being, use the VivaRays daytime blue light harmonizing glasses while exposed to artificial lighting during the day. As evening approaches and natural light fades, switch to the evening circadian blue blockers. Finally, about an hour before you head to bed, change to the nighttime circadian blue blockers to ensure your sleep cycle is protected from disruptive light sources.

With VivaRays, managing your light exposure throughout the day is hassle-free. There’s no need to juggle multiple frames for different times of the day. Our innovative 3-in-1 Clip n' Go solution allows you to effortlessly switch lenses to match the light of nature, ensuring you get the right protection at the right time. Just clip on the appropriate lens and continue with your day or night, seamlessly adjusting to your body’s natural light needs.

💜Optimize Your Environment: Combine the use of VivaRays glasses with adjustments in your living and working spaces. Use warmer, dimmer lighting options in the evening to further support your circadian rhythm.

🧡Educate Yourself on Light Hygiene: Understanding the importance of light and its effects on your body can empower you to make informed decisions about your exposure. VivaRays provides resources and information to help you optimize your light environment. Make sure to subscribe to our email newsletter to continue educating yourself and follow us on Instagram and Youtube

💜Routine Adjustments: Establish a consistent and regular routine that includes exposure to natural light during the day and wearing the glasses consistently at the same time after the sunset.

By following these steps and integrating VivaRays Circadian Glasses into your daily life, you can significantly improve how your body handles light, leading to better sleep, more energy, and improved overall health.

Thank you for taking the time to read and see you next week💜🧡

With Love, Light and Gratitude🫶🏽

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