Healing & Medical Uses
Far Infrared Can Heal You
Far infrared is one of the components of the invisible light range of the sun that’s critical to every living thing, including the animals, plants, and human beings. Infrared is a type of heat energy that is absorbed into our body via tissues and muscles without warming the intervening air. This enables the body to yield infrared energy that keeps our temperatures stable and enhances tissue restoration.
Our skin is capable of radiating far infrared energy at an output of 3 to 50 microns, with the best results at 9.4 microns. At times, this energy in our body tissues requires augmentation to ensure effective tissue repair and healing.
Our body selectively allows the far infrared to penetrate our tissue and muscles that need to be repaired to fulfill this requirement. This phenomenon is known as resonant absorption of infrared rays, which has no side effects and is a safe treatment option in hospitals to keep the newborns warm after birth.
How Far Is Infrared Beneficial for the Human Body?
Our body additionally retains infrared in a range of 3 to 50 microns. The far infrared rays that lie under the range of 6 to 14 micron have demonstrated to have unique regenerative effects on the human body, with an ideal output at the frequency of 9.4 microns. TheraSauna® radiates the most significant amount of far infrared at the same micron frequency. When the cells and tissues in our body are exposed to such levels of far infrared energy, they begin to heal and regenerate as a response.
Let’s have a closer look at how far infrared heat waves are beneficial for the human body.
- It dilates capillaries (veins) and blood vessels, allowing for better blood flow to the joints and muscles. It also maintains stable oxygen levels in our blood cells.
- Far infrared can lead to a reduction in muscle spasms and improves the healing of muscular injuries and soreness.
- It enhances the flow of fluid within the lymphatic vascular system, which reduces inflammation and swelling.
- It improves the simulation of the enzymes and blood cells.
- Far Infrared allows for better osmosis and adhesion of water molecules within the cellular membranes.
Healthcare professionals in Japan and Europe have dedicated extensive research to explore the therapeutic properties and health benefits of far infrared rays. They have proven to reduce the symptoms of and alleviate several medical conditions. Far infrared also accelerates the detoxification processes inside the human body, leading to several health issues if slowed down.
Our body is capable of storing a variety of toxins, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), chlorine, mercury, lead, and other gases and substances that are hazardous for health. These toxins are stored inside large water molecules in our cellular membranes, blocking the blood circulation and cellular energy. It weakens the immune system, which puts you at a higher risk of contracting viruses and impairs the body's ability to fight illnesses and recover.
However, when the body is exposed to far infrared at 9.4-micron frequency, the giant water molecules begin to vibrate. The vibration causes the molecular ion bond to breakdown, releasing any stored toxic gases and substances. The heat waves from far infrared energy simultaneously result in the expansion of clogged arteries and blood vessels, which causes the skin pores to open up, and toxins are expelled out from the body.
Doctors in Europe and Japan have conducted extensive research on the therapeutic uses of infrared. Far infrared treatments have shown Medical Benefits in a variety of illnesses. Far infrared waves speed removal of toxins from the body, which are often a major contributor to various health problems.
Numerous toxins are absorbed and stored in our bodies. Toxic gases like sulphur dioxide, carbon dioxide, and substances like lead, mercury, and chlorine are encapsulated by large water molecules. When toxins are present in the body, blood circulation is blocked and cellular energy is impaired. The body’s immune system is inhibited, which makes it difficult for the body to fight disease.
However, when 9.4 microns of far infrared are applied, the large water molecules vibrate and breakdown the ion bond to release the encapsulated gases and toxic materials. Far infrared heat has been used in the treatment of clogged capillary vessels; this heat expands the capillaries and skin pores to expel toxins from the body.