Benefits of Far Infra Ray


Infrared radiation accounts for over half of the energy emitted by the sun. The remaining energy is emitted in the form of visible light.

Traits of Far-Infrared Rays

A. Radiation
Radiation refers to the aspect of FIR (or any wavelength of light in general) in which energy (heat energy in this case) is emitted in the form of particles and waves, transmitted, and absorbed by matter. This ability to exist as both particle and wave is called electromagnetism, manifested in FIR as well as all other spectra of light.

Other types of light, such as microwaves, travel as heat energy. However, in order for FIR to have a heating effect they must hit matter and reflect off its surface. This phenomenon is responsible for the cold temperatures at high altitudes. On mountain peaks, for example, surface area decreases greatly, and there is less matter for infrared rays to reflect from, or for "resonant absorption". Thus heat is not emitted.

B. Deep-Reaching Effects
Ordinary heat (or lack of heat) does not affect our internal bodily organs or functions because they lack the ability to deep-reach. Our average body temperature of 36.5 Celsius is not affected to any substantial extent by fluctuating environmental conditions. Even extreme conditions such as the -42 Celsius environment of Alaska or the 50 Celsius water of a hot tub do not cause our internal body temperature to approach either -42 Celsius or 50 Celsius.

Unlike environmental temperature conditions, or even visible light rays or close-infrared rays, FIR rays have the ability to penetrate deeply (up to 1.5 inches) and permeate thoroughly into the hypodermic layer of a person's skin. Thus, it is possible to revitalize human cells and tissue by warming the body from the inside. Again, this warming is made possible by the heat energy transfer of the far-infrared radiation (previously discussed).

What is the effect of Far-infrared rays?
FIR cause resonance with water molecules. It ionize and activates water molecules in our cells and blood thus improving our blood circulation and health condition. The human body contains more than 70% water (H2O) by weight.

What is the effect of Far-infra-red rays on our human body?
1,Activates water molecules in our body
2,Improve oxygen level in our body
3,Warming and eliminating fats, chemicals and toxins from our blood and thus 4,smoothening the flow of blood.
5,Elimination of other waste from the body
6,Reducing the acidic level in our body
7,Improve nervous system

Other usefulness
1,Improve perspiration system
2,Prevention of bacteria growth
3,Softening of hard water
4,Relieving of pain
5,Purification of water
6,Eliminates bad odor
7,Maintain warmth and better sleep
8,Enhance and maintain freshness
9,Purification of air h) Beauty care
10,Improve strength and health
11,Speed up repair of body cells
12,Balance of the acid level in our body
13,Normalisation of blood cholesterol
14,Prevent mould
15,Help plants to grow better

The Sun Ray can be divided to Visible Ray
which is visible to the eye. and Invisible Ray, which is invisible to the eye.

Infrared Ray, a type of invisible ray, is very useful to the human body, which can be also divided into three categories; near infrared ray, mid infrared ray and far infrared ray.

Far infrared ray is a light that has a long wavelength, which is the most helpful to the human body among all the other types of rays.

This ray does absolutely no damage to the human body but only palpates the activity of the organism, which the miracle of such rays that amplify the power of the sun, which in turn gives life to many organisms and their growth.

Their my serious qualities also soften water, help organisms to mature, generate heat, purification, dry, etc.

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