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The infrared influences a variety of cellular functions important to both metabolic and healing processes.  This technology provides a field of broadband infrared energy lights that stimulates the normal function of living cells.

This is accomplished by pulsing infrared radiation at a wavelength that is nearly that of the natural atomic spin resonance of the cells, which respond in much the same way a tuning fork vibrates when in the presence of a sound of the same frequency.


Cells that are traumatized are said to drop to a lower quantum energy level and vibrate at a frequency different from their norm.  This, in turn, reduces the efficiency by which cells convert available oxygen and nutrients into energy—a process known as metabolism—which is critical to cellular maintenance and replication.

The external excitation of traumatized cells by way of infrared bio-stimulation is thought to restore energy levels to their norm, or perhaps even higher.  This allows cells to function normally at an accelerated rate.


The frequencies of the pulses influence specific cellular functions, such as the production of pain control elements, reducing inflammation and accelerating various healing processes.  It is also held that lower frequencies stimulate while high frequencies sedate.

     

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