Often the massage treatment starts with warming up with infrared lamp (I- lamp)
This applies heat directly to the skin and releases body muscles- this provides a more quality massage.
The heated muscles and tissue allow the body to relax.
- Improves normalising of high blood pressure
- Stabilises blood and lymph flow
- Reduces pain in back area, bronchitis and asthma
- Helps if you have a fatigue or exhaustion
- Helps if you have inflamed ears, nose or throat
- Decreases pain with arthritis or rheumatic
- Helps if you have a disc hernia
- Reduces stress
- Regeneration of cells
Contraindications: (You should not use Infrared if you have the following conditions)
– Inflammatory illness which leads to decompensation of organs and systems
– Deep Vein Thrombosis and varicose vein areas.
– The thermal effect of I-lamp reduces the excitability of nerve endings
– Improvement of blood circulation
– The regression of oedema
– The chemical and mechanical stimulation of nerve endings
– The thermal effect of infrared rays and the improvement of pain threshold, all of which alleviate the role of pain
The deep penetrating warmth generated from I-lamp is commonly used in medical practice for pain relief.
The result is better blood circulation specifically targeted to the affected muscles.
The metabolism is also stimulated using the lamp and the body’s natural defence system is mobilised, this then helps to support and boost the healing process.
An additional benefit from the use of I- lamp is that it has a relaxing effect making it a preferred treatment for face and body care.
Recently infrared sauna became very popular at spa centres.