BIO-F.I.R: Warms up and Relief, Muscle Aches and Pain, Revitalise Internal Organs - Episode 5
Do you experience these?
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Back pain
- Pulled muscles
- Hip cramps
- Knee joint pain
- Menstrual cramps
Muscle Pain Can Be Caused by Reduced Blood Flow to the Muscle
People who experience muscle aches can easily pinpoint the cause of it. As most cases of myalgia (muscle pain) result from stress, tension or strenuous physical activity whereby the nervous system puts additional pressure on the blood vessels, which results in reduced blood flow to the muscles. The symptoms of myalgia include muscle rigidity, stiffness, sharp pain or dull aching pain. Reduced blood flow (poor circulation) may easily lead to weakening of the immune system and internal organs such as blood vessel (vascular) aging, raised blood pressure, etc.
BIO-FIR Penetrates Deep, Circulates Blood Flow
One of the misconceptions about BIO-Far Infrared Rays (BIO-F.I.R) is that it is heat. BIO-F.I.R is a Light Therapy, and when absorbed by the cells and tissues of the body, heat is released into the deeper and harder to reach areas. BIO-FIR warms up the deep tissues and such as stomach, intestines, colon, uterus, bladder, kidney and urinary tract and help to stimulate their metabolism.
BIO FIR Increases Endorphin Production for Pain Relief
Studies have shown that Far Infrared Rays make connective tissue more flexible, provides greater joint movement and brings about increased levels of endorphins, which ease pain such as back pain, waist muscle pull and hip cramps.
OWELL 3-in-1 (Muscles. Joints. Blood Circulation) BIO- Far Infrared Ray (BIO-F.I.R) + Heat Therapy combines both BIO-F.I.R Therapy and Heat Therapy to improve blood and oxygen flow as well as lymph flow, promoting natural healing and repairing processes. Increased oxygen-rich blood may help to flush away impurities that cause pain, inflammation, soreness and stiffness.
3-in-1 BIO-F.I.R + Heat Therapy is Suitable For:
- Sedentary individuals who experience neck, shoulders, back and hip pain
- Active individuals who experience sore and pain from strenuous activities
- Sports enthusiasts to shorten warm-up time and speed up muscle recovery
- Women who experience menstrual cramps, “cold” uterus, or weak digestion