RedMed allows you to generate red light on your device's screen for a specific duration at a preferred pulse (from 0 to 30 Hz) at the maximum brightness of your display. Red light has been shown to have a therapeutic effect, some studies show a heightened effect when the light is pulsed rather than static. 10 Hz is a good starting point for pulsing. The software enables you to turn off all the devices radio hardware (enable airplane mode) as well as mute the audio to enhance the therapeutic effect without any disturbance. When cells are exposed to red light the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) increases along with ROS (reactive oxygen species) and NO (nitric oxide). All of these factors aid cellular repair. Important Note: Pulsing light is not suitable for photosensitive epileptics. DISCLAIMER: NOT FOR MEDICAL USE RedMed is not intended to prevent or treat any condition, or to be a substitute for professional medical care. RedMed has not been cleared or approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration.