Some studies have shown that people under high stress are more likely to develop drug dependence. Recently, our research discovered that photonic energy waves can reduce stress by stimulating a gene called glutathione peroxidase-1 (GPx-1).

We further investigated whether photonic energy waves could affect behavioral changes induced by a drug called methamphetamine, and whether this effect requires the cooperation of dopamine receptors and the GPx-1 gene. We found that methamphetamine increases the expression of the GPx-1 gene in the brains of mice, and photonic energy waves can further enhance this effect. We also discovered that a drug called SCH23390 can produce the same effect, but another drug called sulpiride cannot.

Our research results show that both photonic energy waves and SCH23390 can reduce methamphetamine-induced behavioral changes, but sulpiride cannot. Additionally, photonic energy waves can reduce the effects of methamphetamine on dopamine D1 receptors, c-Fos, and oxidative stress in the brains of mice. We also found that far-infrared radiation has a stronger antioxidant effect inside cells compared to outside cells.

Our research results also show that photonic energy waves can reduce methamphetamine’s impact on several important biological reactions in the brains of mice, such as the activity of mitochondrial superoxide dismutase and mitochondrial glutathione peroxidase, mitochondrial membrane potential, intracellular Ca2+ levels, the activity of mitochondrial complex I, and mitochondrial oxidative stress.

Our research results also show that photonic energy waves and SCH23390 have a greater impact on mice lacking the GPx-1 gene compared to normal mice, but SCH23390 cannot enhance the protective effect of photonic energy waves. This suggests that the dopamine D1 receptor is the main target of photonic energy waves.

Overall, our research results indicate that photonic energy waves can improve methamphetamine-induced behavioral changes by affecting dopamine D1 receptors and the GPx-1 gene.

Photonic Energy Waves and Mitochondrial ATP Production

  1. Stimulating ATP (energy currency) synthase promotes fibroblast proliferation and anchoring, collagen fiber formation, and keratinocyte growth factor, which is beneficial for skin repair.
  2. Photonic energy waves can stimulate mitochondria to produce cytochrome C, generating heat shock proteins that protect normal human skin fibroblasts from UV-induced cytotoxicity in vitro.
  3. By restoring mitochondrial respiratory function and preventing autophagy, photonic energy waves prevent ataxin cell mutations and thus avoid the progression of neurodegenerative diseases.

Photonic Energy Belt for Lumbar Pain Relief

The photonic energy belt significantly alleviates lumbar pain, improves protein absorption and transmission, aids in vasodilation, and reduces inflammation. Under the irradiation of photonic energy waves, mitochondria can produce a large amount of ATP synthase and activate the differentiation of peripheral stem cells. This helps repair damaged cells, thereby improving conditions such as overactive bladder, prostate hypertrophy, and urinary incontinence caused by uterine prolapse.