What can happen if I take to high of a dose?
It's probably going to have a bio-suppressive effect and it can take longer than it would if you had let the hair follicles go back to its natural state (-25mV). Only when it is in the positive range it can have the reverse effect. Normal hair cells like those found in children do not feel the tingle from teh laser when it has a sticker on it because their hair cells are ALREADY at the point that the sticker would normally bring them back to so when you ask a kid if they feel the laser, they almost always say no.
The right laser and using the right protocols shouldn't overstimulate the hair. I don't see anyone using Class IV lasers on the hair. That would definitely overstimulate the follicles. Even though it is powerful it would have an inhibiting effect on the hair follicles causing slower hair growth.
With most lasers, I would use them every other day, not on consecutive days because you can't just keep the hair follicles jacked up with artificial stimulation. It needs to get to the -25 mV on its own with the help of the laser, not jsut being dependent on it. Just like you don't drink energy drinks or fat burner pills all day, I don't want to use the laser every day on my hair. If too many joules are delivered to the hair at once it can be bad too. There are cold lasers that have settings just for the hair and they use much less wattage than other settings, such as lower back. The hair is not 5 mm deep. Its right on our scalp above our scull.. How strong do you think you need? Again, you don't want to overstimulate.
Dosage aren't just dependent on the amount of diodes, the dosage is how much joules are delivered to the follicles. You don't want it all at once nor do you want it to take too long or the cells just won't make it back to -25 mV.
The right dosage is needed to bring the hair cells back to -25 mV and if there is a lot of reflection problems it can take longer if the laser is not strong enough or it might not charge the cells to its natural state at all. There is nothing wrong with low wattage diodes as long as there are enough diodes to raise the vibration of the hair follicles.
If the hair has a low nerve force to start with or is not being oxygenated enough, some lasers might not have the right dosage to start with and by using them it would be setting someone up for failure. Also, it's not good to overstimualate (cause more inflammation and too much bllodflow to the hair) or inhibit it either. The goal in getting the right dosage is to stimulate nerve force to bring it back to its normal voltage.
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