Infrared in Practice

Infrared light is a naturally occurring wavelength outside the visible light spectrum. It is on the opposite end of the spectrum from Ultraviolet (UV) light. Infrared light is widely recognized for its positive benefits to the human body and has been used extensively in the health and medical fields for decades.

Due to the wide ranging benefits of increased circulation, infrared light therapy has been used to treat muscle tears, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes.