When exposed to infrared rays, the movement of molecules and ions is intensified, as a result of which heat is formed in the tissues. Infrared light can enter a depth of 2-5 cm in the layers of the skin from there is absorbed by photoreceptors in the cells. Once absorbed, this light energy triggers a number of metabolic processes that trigger several natural processes in the body at the cellular level, enhance biochemical processes, improve metabolism and disperse pathologically accumulated substances.
The effectiveness of infrared therapy comes from nitric oxide, which is extremely important for the condition of the arteries in the body. Nitric oxide is a signaling molecule that helps reduce arterial pressure, fights free radicals and reduces oxidative stress, protects blood vessels from blockage and regulates blood pressure. This molecule also helps to speed up blood circulation, which increases the supply of oxygen to damaged and traumatized tissues in the body.
Accelerated blood circulation in different parts of the body makes it possible to deliver a sufficient amount of oxygen to the cells, which contributes to their normal and effective function. In this sense, this type of therapy stimulates the regeneration of traumatized tissues, reduces pain and inflammation.
• Back and spine pain
• Arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis
• Muscle cramps, sprains and injuries,
• Disorders of the peripheral nervous system, etc.