Far Infrared Sauna – How Does Far Infrared Work?

Far Infrared is so often portrayed as a heat treatment and as a sauna that will heat you up make you sweat and help you detoxify. It is considered to be a sauna plain and simple..... This could not be further from the truth. Far Infrared can induce a heating and warming effect however Far Infrared is Light Therapy.

March 7, 2018

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Far Infrared – My Story – The Founder of Get Fitt

I was ill for many years suffering from fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Leaky Gut, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Neuropathy, Excessive Weight Loss, Gut Permeability, Parasitic infection, Dysbiosis, Candida and a swollen liver; to mention a few of the things going on for me.

March 6, 2018

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Far Infrared For Stress Relief

So often we are in a state of constant stress. Life happens and we simply do not wind down and relax. This endless unrelenting stress can be very damaging to our health.

February 21, 2018

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Far Infrared for High Blood Pressure

Research shows that Far Infrared helps repair damaged blood vessels. It is this blood vessel damage that is so often responsible for high blood pressure. The blood vessels are unable to expand properly. The result is that blood is forced through rigid blood vessels that will not dilate, thus driving up blood pressure.

February 1, 2018

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Far Infrared Treatment For Leaky Gut

One of the biggest health challenges I faced many years ago was leaky gut. I had a variety of infections and particularly a huge Candida problem. Leaky gut is a bit of a grey area, and it is not something that the medical profession are clear on yet. I myself suffered from a huge number of food intolerances, infections, IBS and food allergies.

June 6, 2015

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The Warming Effect of Far Infrared Explained

Far Infrared is an invisible wavelength of light that warms up the body; when the cells of the body absorb the photons being generated by the Far Infrared equipment, heat is released producing a nice warming effect similar to that of the warming rays of the Sun (without the harmful UV rays that cause sunburn).

May 23, 2015

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