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How does infrared help treat inflammation?

The infrared sauna delivers near, mid, and far infrared light to treat the site of injury or inflammation. Infrared light penetrates to the inner layers of the skin (about 2 to 7cm), allowing it heal the muscles, nerves and bones.


Infrared light therapy is known to activate nitric oxide, a cell signaling molecule that helps smooth the arteries to prevent constriction, battle free radicals to reduce oxidative stress, prevent clumping in the vessels, and regulate blood pressure. This molecule also enhances blood circulation to deliver vital nutrients and oxygen to damaged and injured tissues in the body.


Infrared increases blood flow to different areas of the body making it possible for oxygen and nutrients to reach the cells, allowing them to function properly and effectively. Consequently, this therapy stimulates cell regeneration and repairs injured tissues, reducing pain and inflammation.


You'll feel the effects of greatness after one infrared session. Keep in mind, for long term chronic inflammation relief, the infrared sauna should be utilized consistently based on your needs.








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