Nogier Frequencies and PBM Therapy: An Introduction to Healing Frequencies

Healing frequencies are one of the most talked-about concepts in the world of alternative medicine. Although there are many types of frequencies discussed, the Nogier Frequencies tend to be those most studied and understood.

Originally discovered in the 1970s, the Nogier frequencies are sound frequencies that are believed to promote healing in the body. Ultimately, these frequencies form the basis of vibrational therapy, and they’re commonly used in photobiomodulation light therapy to maximize healing.

You might be wondering: What are Nogier’s 7 healing frequencies? And how can these frequencies be used in light therapy to improve health and wellness?

This brief introduction includes everything you need to know about the Nogier frequencies. It includes a healing frequency chart, relevant research links, and a discussion of frequencies and light therapy.

What Are the Nogier Frequencies?

The frequencies were discovered by Dr. Paul Nogier, a French neurologist who developed the concept in the mid-20th century. Dr. Nogier proposed that specific frequencies could promote healing and balance within the human body, thereby improving overall health.

Here is the idea of how healing frequencies work:

Every cell and organ in the body vibrates at a particular frequency. When disease or illness occurs, these vibrations are disrupted.

By applying the Nogier frequencies, individuals can begin to restore these disrupted frequencies, thereby promoting healing. In the realm of alternative medicine, these frequencies are used extensively for therapies like acupuncture, reflexology, and bioresonance.

FM and Nogier Therapy may be effective in treating a variety of health concerns, including:

  • Cellular vitality
  • Autonomic nervous system
  • Muscle and blood circulation
  • Mind and body stress adjustment
  • Peripheral nervous system
  • Hormone balance
  • Brain activation tissue
  • What Are the 7 Nogier Healing Frequencies?

    Dr. Nogier originally outlined 7 healing frequencies. Each is a sonic frequency that is believed to have therapeutic effects on the body and mind. The frequencies, which include corresponding colors and letters (A-G), are each associated with specific healing properties.

    Here is a Nogier frequency list, featuring all seven frequencies and their healing properties:

    A. 292 Hz: Energizes cellular operations and is commonly used to manage inflammatory and degenerative conditions.

    B. 584 Hz:Promotes multicellular activities such as cell cohesion, coherence, and recognition, making it beneficial for nutritional disorders, digestive system complications, and immune-related conditions like allergies and autoimmune diseases.

    C. 1168 Hz:Triggers muscle contractions, offering therapeutic benefits for spasms, stomach dysfunction, and conditions that cause tremors like Parkinson’s disease.

    D. 2326 Hz:Enhances bodily symmetry and is primarily used for treating locomotive dysfunctions, as well as reducing stress, improving coordination, and helping improve balance.

    E. 4672 Hz:Stimulates the spinal cord’s functionality, offering relief for painful conditions and specific spinal cord diseases.

    F. 73 Hz:Stimulates the subcortex, making it effective in treating various disorders such as eating and endocrine disorders, menstrual irregularities, menopausal complications.

    G. 146 Hz:Stimulates the cortex and is often used to help alleviate psychosomatic disorders.

    These frequencies can be used by themselves or in tandem for help benefits. For example, the E, F, and G frequencies may be beneficial in treatment of chronic pain in the body. Nogier’s frequencies similar to the Solfeggio frequencies. Both of these frequencies, for example, promote health and wellness.

    Healing Frequency Chart: Visualizing Nogier’s Frequencies

    This chart provides a visual of the different Nogier healing frequencies. This chart can be a valuable tool for individuals looking to incorporate these frequencies into their health and wellness routine. The chart lists the frequency, the associated color (based on chromotherapy), and the purported benefits.

    Seven Nogier Healing Frequencies

    Nogier Frequencies and Photobiomodulation Light Therapy

    There are various techniques to use healing frequencies, including sound therapy sessions, frequency-emitting devices, and frequency-based meditation or yoga. However, one of the most effective methods is using these frequencies in tandem with photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy

    How It Works

    This combines the benefits of photobiomodulationand sound therapy to maximize healing within the body. In PBM therapy, an individual enters a whole-body photobiomodulation chamberThis is a tanning bed-like device that delivers healing light to the body.

    The light that a PBM bed provides can be modulated at different frequencies. Therefore, these machines can be tuned to deliver light at specific Nogier frequencies. This modulated light can then better stimulate the body’s regenerative properties.

    Ultimately, a PBM bed delivers pulsated light frequencies. In effect, the machine cycles through various frequencies for specific healing benefits. For example, the E, F, and G frequencies may relieve chronic pain. Similarly, the C, D, and G frequencies are utilized for wound healing and soft tissue and muscle therapies.

    Learn More about the Nogier Frequencies and Light Therapy

    Dr. Nogier’s work is a truly fascinating subject, and it can be used in a variety of health and wellness programs. Hue Light USA offers a wide range of health-and-wellness devices that utilize these technologies, including our state-of-the-art PBM red light therapy bedand our PBM red light mat.

    PBM therapy and H2 inhalation therapy form the second phase of Hue Light’s BAHI therapy, which also includes vibration therapy (phase 1) and hyperbaric oxygen therapy (phase 3).

    Have more questions?Contact Hue Light USA today or check out our resources to learn more.


This type of low-level light therapy (LLLT) uses a specific type of laser to create pulsating light waves. These pulsating waves of light are applied to the skin, which helps to stimulate healing and promote cell regeneration. For more information, see our guide to what photobiomodulation therapy does.
Nogier frequencies are based on the concept that each cell and organ vibrates at a specific frequency. However, illness disrupts these vibrations. Therefore, using the Nogier frequencies in light therapy restores balance to these natural vibrations to support healing.
PBM light therapy and Nogier frequencies can treat conditions like depression, sleep disorders, inflammatory diseases, and certain autoimmune and degenerative pathologies.
Each Nogier frequency targets a specific area of the body, allowing for a very targeted approach. Additionally, FM allows us to change the amount of light without changing the intensity of the light source. Therefore, the light doesn’t have to be brighter, which is more comfortable for patients.
Each Nogier frequency targets a specific area of the body, allowing for a very targeted approach. Additionally, FM allows us to change the amount of light without changing the intensity of the light source. Therefore, the light doesn’t have to be brighter, which is more comfortable for patients.

Disclaimer: The information provided here is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as a direct reference to any products offered by Hue Light USA or any specific brand. We do not claim that our products can achieve the effects or benefits discussed in this content. This information should not be interpreted as medical advice or as an endorsement of any specific product or treatment. We encourage readers to conduct their own research and consult with a qualified healthcare professional before making any decisions regarding their health or wellness regimen.

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