We Ask The Experts: Do You Believe Far Infrared Waves Can Improve One's Health On A Cellular Level?

Two independent experts - Trent Carter and James Cunningham - weigh-in on the potential benefits of using Far Infrared (FIR) waves to boost blood circulation and recovery, overall.
We Ask The Experts: Do you believe far infrared waves can improve one's health on a cellular level?

We asked two independent experts whether they believed far infrared waves (FIR) - what our products use to naturally boost blood circulation - could improve one's health in a real, meaningful way and here's what they had to say:

Potential Benefits of Far-Infrared Waves

In my experience as a Senior Coach at Total Shape, I've come across the potential benefits of far-infrared waves for improving health on a cellular level. Now, I'm not a scientist, but there's some intriguing research out there. Far-infrared waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation that's been suggested to penetrate the skin and heat the body from within.

Some studies propose that this deep-tissue heat can enhance blood circulation, potentially leading to increased oxygen and nutrient delivery to cells. Improved circulation might also help in the removal of waste products from cells more efficiently. The idea is that by positively influencing these physiological processes, far-infrared waves could contribute to better cellular function and overall health.

However, it's crucial to note that while there's some promising research, the scientific community is still exploring and debating the extent of these effects. As a coach, my advice is always to approach such technologies with a balanced mindset. Incorporating far-infrared treatments into a comprehensive wellness plan, including regular exercise, a balanced diet, and proper sleep, might be the most effective approach for overall health.

James Cunningham; Senior Coach, Total Shape

Stimulating Biological Processes with Far-Infrared

Yes, I have seen some evidence that far-infrared waves can improve one's health on a cellular level. Far-infrared waves are electromagnetic waves that can penetrate deep into body tissues and stimulate various biological processes. First, they can increase the production of nitric oxide, a molecule that improves blood circulation, reduces inflammation, and protects against oxidative stress. Second, they can enhance the activity of mitochondria, the organelles that produce energy for the cells, and increase cellular metabolism and oxygen consumption. Third, they modulate the immune system by increasing the number and function of white blood cells and natural killer cells, and by reducing the levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines. However, more research is needed to confirm the safety and efficacy of far-infrared therapy and to understand the optimal dosage and frequency of exposure.

Trent Carter, Nurse Practitioner; Founder, Curednation