Even though more and more people are adopting holistic practices like acupuncture and drinking green tea these days, Westerners tend to be a bit skeptical of ancient medicinal practices -- especially when it comes to healing crystals and gemstones. But the use of gems and crystals has a long, rich history. And one of the … Read More
I’ve shared before how heat can relieve muscle aches, joint pain and bring healing to soft tissue injuries. And I’ve made no secret of how far infrared heat is the most effective way to bring deep, healing heat to your body outside of the sun itself. Those wonderful sunrays – and likewise the safe, deep penetrating hea … Read More
One in five Americans struggle with chronic pain, according to a 2014 survey.[i] Of the nearly 35 million adults with persistent pain, 67 percent said their pain is “constantly present” while more than 50 percent said the pain is sometimes “unbearable and excruciating.” If you’re facing this daily battle, you know it’s no … Read More
For most people, short-term pain relief involves taking some type of anti-inflammatory medication–Advil and Motrin being the most popular over-the-counter versions. These medications were originally designed to be used only once in a while, but many people now rely on them on a daily basis. Considering the dangers–heav … Read More
Want to take a permanent vacation… from your pain? Right now, imagine lying back on the beach… soaking up bright rays of sun without a care in the world. You feel great... and for good reason. Those wonderful rays of sunshine are warming you from the inside out. You feel energized yet relaxed as you absorb the soothing … Read More
… 8 Features to Look For, 6 to Avoid
When you were a child, did your mother ever fill up a hot water bottle, wrap it in a towel, and place it on your belly if you had a stomachache, or under your ankle if you’d taken a tumble? As an adult you may have continued to use the soothing warmth from a hot water bottle or a heating … Read More
How Turn YOUR Yellow to Red ...
Throw out your old-fashioned heating pad and take a look at this! The picture above-left is an infrared photo showing the blood circulation of your average person's back. The yellow areas are spots where the blood circulation is poor and weak. The red spots where it is healthy and strong.
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Why Far Infrared Heat Stops Pain &
Promotes Healing Far More Than Conventional Heat You have likely used a conventional heating pad to try to ease your back pain, neck pain, or pain in other parts of your body ... only to realize it provides temporary relief at best, and sometimes not even any relief at all. If so, it … Read More
When your back is aching, heat is a great way to get some relief. But do you know what you're putting into your body when you use a traditional electric heating pad? Sure, you're getting heat which may provide some relief. Unfortunately this type of radiant heat is only going to penetrate about skin deep... but there's some … Read More
Heating Pad for Back Pain? If you've ever suffered from any type of back pain, you've likely reached for the electric heating pad to soothe your aching muscles. While heat therapy can be helpful at temporarily reducing pain, it doesn't come without some risk. Not only are burns possible, but nearly all electric heating p … Read More