UArizona Researchers Study How Blue Light Therapy Can Help Concussion Patients

Jasmine Demers, Arizona Daily Star

UArizona researchers have found that early morning blue light therapy can help in the healing process of people who have suffered mild traumatic brain injuries, such as concussion. Dr. William D. “Scott” Killgore, psychiatry professor in the UA College of Medicine-Tucson, said the exposure to blue wavelength light each morning can help a person’s circadian rhythm so that people with mild brain injuries can get better, more regular sleep.