To the naked eye, Far-Infrared rays are completely invisible waves of energy. These waves of energy permeate the skin’s surface and raise its temperature to at least 107.6F/42C, activating various systems and activities inside the body. Healthcare technology makes use of far infrared photons. In contrast to other types of radiation, Far-infrared photons have no harmful effects on the skin. Even if we don’t have frequent access to sunlight, far infrared may help us reap some of its advantages.
Advantages of Far Infrared Rays
- Enhances Detoxification
Detoxification and lymphatic cleaning are made easier with Far-Infrared therapy. In Japan, researchers have shown that in the FIR therapy of blocked capillary arteries, heat opens the capillaries and subsequently commences the process of removing buried poisons. As a result, Far-Infrared therapy helps the body rid itself of harmful fats, chemicals, and pollutants. Excess sodium, lactic acid, free fatty acids, and subcutaneous fat, which are all linked to age and weariness, and uric acid, which is linked to hypertension.
- Healing of a wound
Experiments have revealed that Far Infrared rays has a positive effect on wound healing that is not reliant on changes in blood flow or skin temperature. FIR aided in the healing process by increasing the production of collagen by a cell population known as fibroblasts, an essential component of wound healing and tissue restoration.
- Immunization enhancing
Far-infrared radiation helps the immune system by encouraging the bone marrow and the thymus to produce more white blood cells (leukocytes) and killer T-cells.
- Support for cancer patients
Patients who have had far-infrared thermal therapy, termed hyperthermia in Europe and Asia, might expect to see an increase in the number of cancerous cells being destroyed.
Far-Infrared technology is fast receiving international praise and recognition for its impressive results: Aside from the first sense of relaxation, FIR technology has many more advantages. Far-infrared devices are widely accessible to the general population.