A stroke occurs when a blood vessel bringing oxygen and nutrients to the brain bursts or is clogged by a blood clot. Brain cells die when they no longer receive oxygen and nutrients from the blood or there is sudden bleeding into or around the brain. The effects of stroke are often permanent because dead brain cells are not replaced. One theory is that the overexcited dying nerve cells release neurotransmitters onto nearby nerve cells. These nearby nerve cells become overexcited and overloaded with calcium and die. It is in this area where scientists think they might be able to intervene to stop the process of cell death.
Eyelights therapy initiates cellular activity, causing cells to produce new proteins in order to stay healthy. Since visual pathways are extensive throughout the brain, using light therapy to excite the cells around the area of stroke can be an effective rehabilitative tool. Eyelights therapy can minimize further degradation of tissues around the affected area. The excitation of cells can enhance the comeback and maturation of the damaged area to help improve mental, physical, and cognitive losses.
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