What is Far Infrared (FIR)?
Far Infrared (FIR) are waves in a particular region of the infrared spectrum, invisible to the human eye and characterized by low energy and low penetration without any collateral damage to biological tissues.Far Infrared Supports and Bracing have shown to:
- Improve blood circulation; stabilize blood pressure.
- Relieve pain caused by arthritis, joint and muscle discomfort; promote regeneration and fast healing
What are the characteristics of far infrared waves?
Far infrared waves are thermal. We experience this type of infrared radiation every day in the form of heat. Unlike ordinary heat, far infrared waves interact with the human body via a strong interaction with water molecules which represent, on average, 70% of human body mass.
What do far infrared waves do?
Far infrared waves are widely recognized for having positive effects on the body and for use in medical applications. Far infrared is a medically proven vasodilator, which means it promotes blood circulation, increases tissue oxygen levels, enhances cell vitality and regulates body temperature.
Is there an age limit for wearing FIR Therapy bracing and supports?
No. FIR products can be worn by everyone of all ages. They are beneficial to everyone.
When should I wear FIR Therapy Supports and Bracing?
- Physical activity for more power and endurance
- Rehabilitation and Recovery from Injury
- Lymphedema and other edema related conditions
- Arthritis and other inflammatory conditions
As the reflective materials used in Far-Infrared Technology reflect only this far-infrared light, the gentle warming effect is often not detectable to the senses. A consistent, mild warmth has been shown to be efficacious in helping to relax tensed or strained muscles, tendons and joints.FIR Therapy Supports and Bracing are not recommended for women who are pregnant, or people affected by autoimmune disorders or skin lesions.