Far Infrared Heat

Far infrared heat (FIR) sends deep penetrating heat to create a uniform warming effect, penetrating up to three inches beneath the skin. This form of heat stimulates inflammation, which is necessary for a period of time in order to heal injuries such as muscle sprains and other injuries. FIR also appears capable of enhancing white blood cell function, thereby increasing immune response and the elimination of foreign pathogens and cellular waste products. Additional benefits include the ability to stimulate the hypothalamus, which controls the production of neuro-chemicals involved in such biological processes as sleep, mood, pain sensations, and blood pressure; enhancing the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the body’s soft tissue areas; and the removing accumulated toxins by improving lymph circulation.