Why Is Far Infrared Ray Called The Light of Life?

Far-infrared rays have strong penetrating power and radiation power, and have significant temperature control effect and resonance effect. It is easily absorbed by objects and converted into internal energy of objects. After being absorbed by the human body, far-infrared rays can resonate the water molecules in the body, activate the water molecules, enhance the binding force between the molecules, and activate the biological macromolecules such as proteins, so that the biological cells are at the highest vibration energy level. Due to the resonance effect of biological cells, far-infrared heat energy can be transferred to the deeper part of the human body. The temperature of the deep layer below rises, and the generated warm heat is radiated from the inside to the outside. This strength of action makes capillaries expand, promotes blood circulation, strengthens the metabolism between tissues, increases tissue regeneration, improves the body's immune capacity, and regulates the abnormal state of mental excitement, thus playing a role in medical care.

The benefits of far infrared rays to the human body

Infrared rays are the rays that penetrate the skin and subcutaneous tissue the most among all sunlight. Since the far-infrared rays are close to the vibration frequency of the cells and molecules in the human body, after the "life light waves" penetrate into the body, they will cause the resonance of the atoms and molecules of the human cells. Through resonance absorption, the friction between the molecules generates heat to form a thermal reaction, which promotes the subcutaneous The deep layer temperature rises and expands the capillaries, accelerates blood circulation, helps to clear vascular accumulations and harmful substances in the body, removes obstacles that hinder metabolism, resurrects tissues, promotes enzyme production, activates tissue cells, prevents aging, and strengthens immunity The purpose of the system. Therefore, far infrared rays can improve and prevent many diseases caused by blood circulation and microcirculation disorders. In addition, some harmful substances in the human body, such as heavy metals and other toxic substances in food, lactic acid, free fatty acids, fat and subcutaneous fat, sodium ions, uric acid, and cosmetic residues accumulated in the pores, can be metabolized. In this way, it does not need to pass through the kidneys, but is directly discharged from the skin and sweat, which can avoid increasing the burden on the kidneys. Generally speaking, the infrared rays emitted by fuel combustion and electric heating appliances are mostly near-infrared rays. Due to their short wavelength, they produce a large amount of thermal effects. After long-term exposure to the human body, they will burn the skin and eye lens. Other electromagnetic waves with shorter wavelengths, such as ultraviolet rays, X-rays, and gamma rays, will cause the electrons on the atoms to dissociate, which is more harmful to the human body. Far infrared is not the case. Because of its long wavelength and relatively low energy, it is relatively less harmful to burns when used. Far-infrared rays are also different from the low-frequency electromagnetic waves emitted by household appliances. The low-frequency electromagnetic waves emitted by household appliances can penetrate through walls and change the characteristics of human body current, and people are highly suspected of its harmfulness. The penetration force of far-infrared rays in human skin is only 0.01 to 0.1 cm, and the human body itself emits far-infrared rays with a wavelength of about 9 microns, so it should not be confused with low-frequency electromagnetic waves. Far-infrared rays are used in the auxiliary treatment of many diseases, such as muscle soreness, tendinitis, bedsores, scalds, and wounds that are not easy to heal. The properties of far-infrared rays can be used to promote blood circulation to achieve the purpose of auxiliary treatment.

1. Far infrared rays can activate water molecules and increase the oxygen content of the body

About 70% of the human body is water. The water content of the blood is as high as 80%. If the blood gas is insufficient, the water molecules in the blood will aggregate into inert water (that is, four hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule are combined), which cannot pass through the cell membrane. Far-infrared rays can make water molecules resonate and become independent water molecules (that is, the combination of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom), which increases the oxygen content of the body, so the cells can rejuvenate, the spirit is more energetic, and the mind is more flexible. In turn, it can improve disease resistance and delay aging.

2. Far infrared can improve the microcirculation system

Independent water molecules can freely enter and exit between the cells, and then through resonance resonance, it is converted into heat energy, which makes the temperature of the deep subcutaneous layer rise slightly, the blood flow speeds up, and the microfilament blood vessels expand; the more the microfilament blood vessels open, the pressure on the heart can be reduced. Reduced, the function of microfilament vessels is to supply oxygen and nutrients to 60 trillion cells of the human body, and at the same time excrete waste products from metabolism. If the microcirculation system fails, it will cause a variety of problems, including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, tumors, arthritis, and cold paralysis of the limbs. The total length of the microfilament blood vessels of an adult can surround the earth for three weeks, which is called the second heart of the human body, which shows its importance.

3. Far infrared rays can promote metabolism

If the microcirculation system is improved, waste produced by metabolism can be quickly excreted from the body, reducing the burden on the liver and kidneys. These wastes include heavy metals that cause cancer: lactic acid, free fatty acids and subcutaneous fat that cause fatigue and aging; sodium ions that cause high blood pressure, and uric acid that causes pain.

The magical effect of far infrared

The effect on the central nervous system: the warm effect of far-infrared accelerates blood circulation, improves the microcirculation of brain tissues, so that brain cells can be fully supplied with oxygen and nutrients, strengthen metabolism, change the imbalance of the cerebral cortex, and deepen the inhibition process. Play a calming and sleeping effect.

Regulation of the Great Circulation: The thermal effect of the human body after absorbing a large amount of far-infrared, on the one hand, increases the skin temperature, stimulates the intradermal heat sensor, and relaxes the smooth muscles of the blood vessels through the thalamus reflex, and the blood flow of the blood vessels dilates and speeds up. On the other hand, it causes the release of vasoactive substances, reduces blood vessel tension, expands arterioles, capillaries and capillary veins, promotes blood flow, and accelerates the body's general circulation.
Regulation of microcirculation: Due to the acceleration of blood flow, a large amount of far-infrared energy is brought to various tissues and organs of the whole body, acting on the microcirculation system, and regulating the contraction function of microcirculation blood vessels. On the one hand, the slender tube is made thicker to strengthen the blood flow, and on the other hand, the stasis and expansion of the blood vessel are turned into a linear flow. This is the two-way adjustment of the microcirculation blood vessel by the far infrared.

The Effects of Far-Infrared Rays on the Human Body