How FAR-infrared works:
FAR-infrared thermal therapy stimulates cellular metabolism which increases the body’s regenerative ability and helps restore the proper function of the nervous system. FAR-infrared energy is absorbed very easily by the human body and helps in all aspects of bodily growth and development. The body has its own mechanism for producing FIR which stimulates healing and cellular repair. When the body is exposed to FAR-infrared rays our healing processes are stimulated and our body’s own repair responses are activated, restoring function and detoxifying. FAR-infrared thermal treatment detoxifies the body of heavy metals, pesticides and other toxins. Due to today’s high level of stress and toxicity the body’s natural ability to heal is often compromised. Some of us have reached critical stress and/or toxic levels and we do not have the energy to detoxify or repair our bodies. The internal production of FAR-infrared rays will be selectively absorbed by those tissues needing a boost in their output. So for healing and detoxification to occur successfully we often require a boost of FAR-infrared energy to maximise healing responses. Thermal energy will rise, tissues will become more active and the pace of metabolism will increase. It is most like recharging the body’s batteries. The Intensity of FAR-infrared energy produced by the human body constantly fluctuates. When its intensity is high, we feel healthy and are able to overcome ailments. When the FAR-infrared energy levels begin to decline, we are subject to attacks of illness and tend to age more quickly. FAR-infrared rays help to rid the body of chemicals and pollutants, rejuvenate the cells, tissues and organs of the body thus facilitating a return to health. Health and medical professionals in Japan and more recently in Canada have been using FAR-infrared thermal systems to rehabilitate and treat a multitude of ailments for the last decades.
A) Representing FAR-infrared light rays. They will be absorbed by the body.
B) Representing conventional heaters. Much of the heat rises and dissipates before reaching the user.