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Infrared Light Therapy

 

Why is infrared good for you?

  • Long-Lasting Pain Relief (Muscles/Joints/Nerves)

  • Raising Low Body Temperature

  • Boosting Immunity

  •  Injury recovery

  • Chronic Wound Healing

  • Lowering Blood Pressure

  • Stress Relief and Sleep Problems

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Fibromyalgia Pain

  • Decrease Inflammation

  • Joint Pain

  • Muscle Recovery & Wound Healing

  • Sleep Optimization

  • Libido

  • Skin Conditions & Anti-Aging

  • Cognitive Function

  • Depression/ Anxiety

What is infrared light therapy?

Red light therapy treatments supercharge your cells with the natural light they need to make more energy. Our cells need natural light to function, just like they need water and nutrients from food. Red light therapy allows you to supplement the light you get from your environment with concentrated wavelengths of red and near-infrared light. Red light therapy works by boosting your energy production at a cellular level. Healthy, natural light stimulates the mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell, and enhances the cellular respiration process that makes ATP (adenosine triphosphate) energy. Humans make ATP every day, and it fuels everything we do. The more energy our cells can make, the better our bodies look, heal, feel, and perform.


Red light therapy has also been found to enhance blood circulation, reduce the body’s inflammation, and encourage antioxidant production. Infrared light penetrates deep into your body (2-7 mm) all the way to the inner layers of your skin, to your muscles, nerves, and bones. IR then boosts local blood circulation, which brings more healing nutrients and pain-relieving components to the area, while promoting a detoxifying sweat.

Research in the last decades has proven that this particular frequency of light offers a powerful healing boost to your body on a cellular level. 

Below you’ll discover the complete list of science-backed health benefits of infrared therapy and the staggering amount of infrared heat health uses available to you today.