Tuesday, 23 December 2014

The Inferno Wrap Is Far More Advance Than a Heating Pad

There may be some misunderstanding about the Inferno. It is not a heating pad, it is based on an electromagnetic energy concept. It is an F.D.A. listed Class II medical device and used by numerous medical professionals, pro athletes and every day people.

The problem with heating pads are numerous, First and foremost, they work on conduction. The heat has to be forced through multiple layers of skin and fat. By the time the heat reaches the targeted area within the body, very little energy is remaining and this does not effectively enhance blood flow to where it is most needed.

I will admit a heating pad feels comforting when on the body,  but that is because you are heating the dermal layer, which is not truly therapeutic in nature. Moist heat therapy is believed by many to be more effective at warming tissues than dry heat, because water transfers heat more quickly than air. Clinical studies do not support the popular belief.

Electromagnetic energy is different as the energy from the Inferno does not absorb into the skin - it absorbs into more dense tissue (that being the injured muscle and soft tissue deeper within the body).  As a result, you will not experience the same warmth on the skin as you would when using a standard heating pad. But then again, heating one's skin will not achieve the ultimate goal - which is healing of injured muscle or soft tissue.

At its normal core temperature, the human body utilizes electromagnetic energy at the same wavelength as the Inferno Wrap. The energy from the Inferno resonates with the body’s own energy waves to improve blood circulation, and boost metabolism & enzyme activity.

This is why the Inferno Wrap works so well - because the body knows and responds well to the energy. During a state of injury, the body needs extra help in overcoming the issues at hand and the Inferno Wrap serves this purpose well.

In enhancing blood flow to the damaged tissue, you provide the tissue with greater oxygen and nutrients it needs to regenerate new, healthy tissue.

This is how the body heals effectively.

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