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Re: My experience with green light therapy

Posted by PeterMartin on March 3, 2021, at 8:06:00

In reply to Re: My experience with green light therapy Lamdage22, posted by Hugh on February 25, 2021, at 9:42:47

About 8% of men, myself included, have a red/green color deficiency (mild color-blindness). I can definitely "see" green, but it's not the way you do.

Have they considered this treatment for people who fall into this category of mild color-blindness?


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Color blindness always pertains to the cone photoreceptors in retinas, as it is the cones that detect the color frequencies of light. About 8% of males, and 0.4% of females, are redgreen color blind in some way or another, whether it is one color, a color combination, or another mutation.
Frequency: Redgreen: 8% males,


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