Infrared lamps are increasingly used in physiotherapy, rehabilitation medicine or just to relieve pain and increase well being. There are also specific applications in the world of aesthetics. For example, you have today too massagers face and body treatments that use infrared light.
What is infrared light?
It is a form of invisible light and transmits heat. It is present in the sun and various devices such as this special lamp. Infrared radiation stimulates blood flow in our body. Therefore, it is indicated for treatments of osteoarthritis, arthritis, allergic rhinitis and others.
Benefits Infrared Lamp
They increase the rate of transport of metabolites and other biochemicals essential to health. Therefore, these infrared lamps are widely used in physiotherapy and are indicated for:
- Muscle relaxation.
- Pain relief.
- Decreased fatigue.
- Increase joint mobility.
- Tissue repair such as skin and muscle healing.
- Skin changes, inflammation and fungal infection.
Radiated heat also has the effect of increasing blood circulation. With an effect similar to a dry sauna, these lamps are widely used in hotels, SPA's and in physiotherapy. Furthermore, they are common in rehabilitation medicine.
Despite being a harmless light, it should be avoided in the following cases
- Thermal hypersensitivity.
- Cardiological diseases.
- In cases of cancer.
- If you have a fever.
- If you have an acute skin disease.
How to use infrared light
For the purposes of infrared therapy, you must position the lamp for the body area to be treated. Make sure you don't shine directly into your eyes, or, in that case, wear protective goggles. The treatment is done for 10 to 15 minutes. Keep the lamp about 50 cm away from the body.
If you feel any discomfort from too much heat, move the lamp a little further away, as this will depend on your sensitivity to heat.
To have the beneficial effects, the body area to be irradiated, must reach about 40 to 45 degrees of temperature. Moreover, this temperature must be maintained for at least 5-10 minutes. To check it, you can use an infrared thermometer.
Infrared Lamp Models
You can find numerous models of infrared lamps. From lamps to heating, aesthetics and physiotherapy. See the main models used for treatments and for your comfort.
These lamps are very pleasant to use, especially when the weather is cooler.
Infrared Lamp (Ref. SIL 29)
With this model you can benefit from infrared treatments in your home. so with this lamp model you will enjoy a pleasant warmth in the areas of the body where you use it.
Infrared Lamp Specifications
- Power: 150 W
- Type: Infrared
- Features: 5 levels of intensity
- Intensive infrared light with pressed glass bulb.
- On/Off button.
- Electronic timer with auto-off function after 15 minutes.
- 5 levels of incline.
- Product weight: approx. 0,8kg
Infrared IR lamp
The previous model is sufficient for most applications. However, if you are looking for a more powerful model, then you can opt for this IR lamp.
Infrared lamps bring great well-being to the areas of the body where they are used. Despite the great health and therapy benefits, you can benefit from localized heating.
Discover the power of infrared light and increase your well-being through light and heat. Because the famosa physiotherapy lamp can now be used in your home.