Far-Infrared Radiant Heat
The Far-Infrared Radiant (FIR) heat emitted by Far-Infrared energy treatment devices is a naturally occurring energy that heats objects by direct light conversion (DLC). DLC warns only the object and does not raise the temperature of the surrounding free air. The infrared heat rays warm the body directly. The body then absorbs as much as 93% the heat generated by this healing energy.
All life requires FIR heat from the sun. FIR heat is not ultraviolet radiation but a narrow band of energy within the 5.6 to 15 micron level. This type of energy travels 2-3" deep into the body to increase circulation and nourish damaged tissue.
The sun is the primary source of radiant energy, but not all of this energy is beneficial to your body. Although life needs energy from the sun, too much harsh sunlight damages the skin. FIR heat provides all the healthy benefits of natural sunlight without any of the dangerous effects of solar radiation.
For years, the healthcare industry, recommended infrared heat lamps as a source of FIR heat but the lamps were cumbersome, extremely hot and difficult to maintain at a constant temperature.
The Far-Infrared energy device, that we recommend, uses the same far-infrared heat therapy technology used in sports medicine to treat athletic injuries and in hospitals to keep newborn infants warm.
Health professionals have used red infrared heat lamps for decades to treat muscle and joint problems. In hospital baby care units, incubators are often equipped with infrared heating systems to keep newborn babies warm.
Life needs energy from the sun. The sun is the primary source of radiant energy, but not all of this energy is beneficial to your body.