Infrared energy, specifically in the form of infrared light, interacts with cells in the body through a process known as resonant absorption. Resonant absorption occurs when the frequency of the incoming energy interacts with the resonant frequency of the target molecule or cellular structure…a vibrational match, if you will.
In the case of infrared light, it primarily interacts with water molecules within the body. Water molecules have certain vibrational modes, and different frequencies of infrared light can excite these vibrations. The vibrational energy of the infrared light is transferred to the water molecules, causing them to vibrate during infrared workouts.
These vibrational movements of water molecules can then propagate to neighboring molecules and structures, including cells. The energy transfer from the vibrating water molecules to the cellular components is thought to occur through various mechanisms, including direct physical contact and energy transfer through hydrogen bonds.
“Upon irradiation with infrared light, certain bonds respond by vibrating faster.” (1) This resonant dance of infrared energy absorption ignites the metabolic processes.
Once the energy is transferred to the cells, it can have several effects on their behavior and function. For example, as stated, the vibrational energy stimulates metabolic processes within the cells, but also enhances cellular communication, and influences various cellular signaling pathways.
It's important to note that the exact mechanisms and effects of infrared energy on cells are still an area of ongoing research, and our understanding of these processes continues to evolve. The interaction between infrared energy and cells is complex and involves multiple factors, including the wavelength, intensity, duration of exposure, and the specific characteristics of the targeted tissues.
Overall, the vibrational energy of infrared light is believed to play a role in cellular activation, metabolism, and various physiological responses. This is realized during infrared sauna workouts. Without a doubt, the customer validation of the positive effects from infrared training is incredibly high. A mere glance at the reviews online of the HOTWORX 3D Training Method provides the evidence. Hundreds of thousands of people are getting massive results! Welcome to the good vibes of training in an infrared sauna.
Let’s dive a little deeper…
Infrared saunas utilize infrared light to generate heat, which penetrates the body's tissues and induces various physiological responses. The vibrational aspect of infrared light refers to its ability to interact with and stimulate the cells in the body. Infrared energy creates a vibe that resonates with the cells in your body. While the exact mechanisms are still being studied, there are several benefits associated with the vibrational effects of infrared light during infrared sauna training:
Cellular activation and metabolism: Infrared light's vibrational energy can stimulate cellular activity and metabolism. This stimulation enhances the functioning of mitochondria, the cellular powerhouses responsible for producing energy. Improved mitochondrial function can support overall cellular health and contribute to various physiological processes.
Detoxification: Sweating is a natural way for the body to eliminate toxins. Infrared sauna training, by inducing deep sweating, can aid in the detoxification process. The vibrational effects of infrared light are thought to help mobilize toxins stored in the body's tissues, allowing them to be released through sweating. Studies have shown that sweat induced by an infrared sauna contains 7X the toxic substances compared to that of traditional sweating.
Tissue repair and regeneration: The vibrational energy of infrared light promotes tissue repair and regeneration. And, it may stimulate collagen production, which is essential for maintaining the structural integrity of tissues, including skin, joints, and blood vessels. Enhanced tissue repair can contribute to overall health, workout recovery, and recovery from injuries in general.
Pain relief and inflammation reduction: Infrared light has been studied for its potential analgesic (pain-relieving) and anti-inflammatory effects. The vibrational energy of infrared light can help modulate pain receptors and reduce inflammation, providing relief for conditions such as muscle soreness, joint pain, and certain inflammatory disorders.
Improved circulation: The vibrational effects of infrared light can increase blood flow and promote vasodilation, which is the widening of blood vessels. This enhanced circulation can improve the delivery of oxygen, nutrients, and immune cells to various tissues, supporting their health and function.
When it comes to your fitness regime, maybe it’s time to consider an infrared program like that of HOTWORX.
Bring on the good vibes!