In many parts of the world, the concept of wellbeing has long been confused with the concept of being healthy. While this is an important aspect of being healthy, the current reframing of wellness has progressed beyond this, to an interpretation that considers a more holistic view of well-being.
To better understand the ways in which the company operates, it’s helpful to first look at its history to see how it came about. LifeWave was founded in 2004 by CEO David Schmidt. At that time, the CEO had already made a name for himself through more than 30 years of work in the field of business and development. With an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems and Biology from Pace University, he spent much of his early professional life pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors in the fields of manufacturing and product development.
Schmidt’s efforts in this area included work to design new ways to synthesize elements, a concept for a bladeless turbine, and even a combustion rocket engine. Based on the strength of these ideas he was invited to work on the Navy’s next generation of mini-subs. David’s work on this project centered around the goal of helping service members maintain high levels of energy without the need for stimulants or other chemicals. In this pursuit, he was motivated by finding a method that was effective but didn’t come with unwanted side effects or negative health consequences.
With this framework in mind, the CEO developed the line of wellness products for which his company has become known — its phototherapy patches. These topically applied patches utilize the power of specific wavelengths of light to reflect energy into a user’s body. Depending on the placement and design of the patch, each one can have different wellness benefits. For instance, the first patch designed by the company, the Energy Enhancer Patch, was created to help promote energy levels and increase a user’s stamina. They’ve also found great success in helping athletes achieve personal bests in competition.
A decline in wellness is not caused solely by disease or other conditions, it can also be the natural result of aging. While aging is, of course, a normal part of life, there’s plenty of interest these days going towards how we can help to mitigate the negative aspects of the process. As many people are living longer, they’re looking for ways to increase the longevity of their wellness rather than just their overall age.
To address this issue, LifeWave has conducted innovative research into an area of aging that has fascinated scientists for decades — stem cells. As our normal cells age, they can be replaced via the use of stem cells, however, stem cells become less active over time, causing many of the issues we associate with aging.
With the design of the X39 patch, the wellness company has attempted to solve this gap in modern wellness. This patch helps promote wound healing, skin regeneration, and other functions by activating the body’s existing stem cells. It not only marks a significant advancement in anti-aging research, but it also demonstrates the company’s commitment to staying at the forefront of the current wellness industry.
Through wellness products that tap into the body’s natural energy and resiliency, as well as business opportunities that encourage personal and professional satisfaction, LifeWave is here to assist people feel better, look younger, and live more happier lives. For more information on our phototherapy patches, go to www.lifewave.com or call +632-85409558.