In 2019, 20.4% of adults had chronic pain and 7.4% of adults had chronic pain that frequently limited life or work activities. This contributes to healthcare bills, lost productivity, and poor quality of life. Chronic pain is also linked to opioid dependency, anxiety, and depression. This can also affect mental health on a daily basis.
Near-infrared, offers medical benefits that are clinically proven to penetrate deep below the skin’s surface layer to target muscle and joint pain at the source. Near-infrared wavelengths increase circulation, increases tissue regeneration and decreases inflammation, providing pain relief from inflammatory conditions, arthritis or any type of injury.