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    Default What do you do while baking under the lights?

    It's working good for me, but it's....boring!

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    I bought a Nano iPod and plug in with the ear buds. I used to catch myself snoring.

    Happiness is a choice.

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    yeah but I don't like music!

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    Have you ever tried an audio book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kohlrabi_Croce
    yeah but I don't like music!



    How can you not like music!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phlika29
    Quote Originally Posted by kohlrabi_Croce
    yeah but I don't like music!



    How can you not like music!
    er. well, spiritual practices are making me sensitive to a lot of
    noise. You tend to crave quiet. And music especially is directed
    outwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twickle Purple
    Have you ever tried an audio book?
    maybe I better try that!

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    Hi KC,

    I return phone calls and speak with my friends and family while I am doing my RLT. Just use an earpiece and you're set! It really makes the time fly. And sometimes when I just want peace and quiet I meditate and dream my rosacea away...

    Best wishes,
    Melissa

    BTW KC, could you tell us what low level light therapy you're using and for how long you have been doing this and what your symptoms and results are? Sorry for all the questions but the more anecdotal info the better for us all! Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by melissawohl View Post
    Hi KC,

    I return phone calls and speak with my friends and family while I am doing my RLT. Just use an earpiece and you're set! It really makes the time fly. And sometimes when I just want peace and quiet I meditate and dream my rosacea away...

    Best wishes,
    Melissa

    BTW KC, could you tell us what low level light therapy you're using and for how long you have been doing this and what your symptoms and results are? Sorry for all the questions but the more anecdotal info the better for us all! Thanks for the info
    oh....well I'm the one that originally found these $16 red led bulbs:

    http://tinyurl.com/2bscbr

    from golden gadgets. Post # 64.

    I got them last spring. I'm thinking of building Iowa David's device, but may not have the $
    for a while. I have to build a new computer. So I may sitting at my desk using these for a
    while yet.

    I had red skin and acne, and this helps, but sometimes I lapse when I'm working the night
    shift, and it shows. I am fighting the aging skin thing too. The ghost hunting flashlight
    didn't work out so well. Just not strong enough.

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    "baking" is a misnomer. Don't scare people away like you're a chicken nugget under a heat lamp--that helps no one.

    Specific wavelength for a specific period of time. Jesus. Contrast that to sunbathing--hello sloppy triceps, failure to engage in politics, skin cancer, burnt wrinkly middle-aged women under the sun.

    Sorry, but that post was stupid, ill-informed, and, well, just stupid.

    Research is your friend.
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    20 + laser treatments.
    Toleraine Soothing Light Facial Fluid for moisturizer. I don't use a special cleanser. Clonidine daily; klonopin sometimes.
    BEST and CURRENT TREATMENT I use: Low-Level Red Light Therapy LED array.
    Please feel free to PM me with your low-level red light therapy (LLRLT) questions. I'm happy to help if I can.

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