This setting allows you to benefit from negative ion therapy and amethyst conduction without having to use far infrared rays at the same time.
This “green” setting enables negative ion therapy plus gentle, broad-spectrum cooling. The setting is ideal for short-term to overnight use as an aid to encourage deep relaxation. Ideal setting for people sensitive to heat.
This “yellow” setting provides negative ion therapy plus subtle, warming far infrared ray penetration. This setting is ideal for encouraging regular relaxation.
This “gold” setting provides negative ion therapy plus deep-penetrating warmth to temporarily relieve minor muscle pain, minor joint pain and stiffness, joint paint associated with arthritis, muscle spasms, minor sprains, minor strains, minor muscular back pain; encourage relaxation and address stress and tension by relaxing muscles. This setting also encourages better circulation. NOTE: Begin using the BioMat gold setting for 15-minute intervals, gradually working up to one or two-hour sessions.
This “red” setting offers maximum far infrared sauna-like treatment. The high-heat settings are ideal for relieving minor muscle pain, minor joint pain and stiffness, joint paint associated with arthritis, muscle spasms, minor sprains, minor strains, minor muscular back pain; and relaxing muscles.
NOTE: Use the BioMat red setting for periods of 20 to 60 minutes, maximum.
The following feature is specific to Single Controllers for the Professional BioMat. When the temperature on the single controller is set anywhere between 122 F to 158 F – the controller will run for 3 hours at that selected temperature, then automatically, the temperature will gradually start to go down until it reaches 113 F. When the temperature selections of 95 F , or 104 F , or 113 F are selected with timer settings of 2 hr, 4 hr, 8 hr or 12 hr, the temperature and timer selection will stay as selected and will not automatically change or lower itself.
*NOTE: The BioMat temperature recommendations are guidelines only. Individual tolerances and preferences will vary. Use these guidelines as a starting point, and adjust your personalized treatments based on your own best results. For medical advice, please consult your primary health care provider.