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Incorporating Mineral Balancing into your wellness routine involves a crucial healing practice – the daily use of one or more reddish heat lamps. While the optimal approach is to construct or purchase a red heat lamp sauna, a more budget-friendly alternative is to direct a single reddish heat lamp to the skin for one hour daily for adults (and less for children). Surprisingly, this reddish lamp procedure is beneficial even for young babies, who require about five minutes of exposure daily.
Note on Cancer: Individuals dealing with cancer are advised to use a red heat lamp sauna for 1.5 to 2 hours daily, equivalent to using a single red heat lamp for about 5 to 6 hours each day – proving to be notably helpful.
BENEFITS OF AN INFRARED HEAT LAMP
Directing a reddish heat lamp to the body’s skin offers a spectrum of light and infrared frequencies, yielding several remarkable benefits:
- It acts as a form of nutrient therapy, providing essential nutrients that are beneficial for individuals of all ages, including young babies.
- Enhances circulation.
- Penetrates deeply into the body, reaching several inches beneath the skin’s surface.
- Improves oxygenation and hydration of tissues.
- Induces infrared effects, facilitating faster tissue healing and more.
- The lamp’s energy is often profoundly relaxing for muscles and the nervous system.
It’s crucial to note that sunbathing and using alternative therapy lamps cannot substitute for the unique advantages of the infrared heat lamp.
Use in Animals: The reddish heat lamp, identical to the bulb sold as a chicken brooder lamp, is widely embraced in the poultry industry and among reptile owners. This lamp proves beneficial for various animals, including dogs, cats, and large animals like horses.
Handling reddish heat bulbs requires caution due to their high temperature and delicate nature. Detailed cautions are discussed below.
II. DAILY SINGLE HEAT LAMP PROCEDURE
As part of the Mineral Balancing approach, it is recommended that adults either engage in a red heat lamp sauna for 20-50 minutes daily or opt for single lamp therapy for one hour daily.
Single lamp procedure: Direct a single reddish heat lamp to your abdomen, chest, or back for one hour daily, ensuring the light directly reaches the skin and not clothing. The duration can be divided into shorter sessions if preferred.
Children and even babies can benefit from red lamp therapy, with specific guidelines provided for different age groups.
For practical usage, clamp-on sockets, bulb extenders, and timers are suggested, ensuring a safe and effective lamp session.
Exception for Cancer: Individuals with cancer are advised to use three or four lamps simultaneously for 1.5 to 2 hours daily, with cautionary measures outlined in the article.
SINGLE LAMP INSTRUCTIONS FOR BABIES AND CHILDREN:
For babies: Lay the baby down comfortably or hold the baby, remove the shirt so the light shines on the skin, and position the heat lamp about 1.5 feet or 0.5 meters away from the body. Duration recommendations are as follows:
- NEWBORNS: 1 minute per day.
- 3 MONTHS OF AGE: 5 minutes daily.
- ONE YEAR OLD: 7 or 8 minutes daily.
- THREE YEARS OLD: 10 minutes daily.
- FIVE YEARS OLD: 15 minutes daily.
- EIGHT YEARS OLD: 20 minutes daily.
- TWELVE YEARS OLD: 35 minutes daily.
- FIFTEEN YEARS OLD: 45-50 minutes daily.
Feel the skin periodically to ensure it doesn’t become too hot. If the baby cries, it’s an indication that it might be too hot. Avoid shining the lamp on a baby’s eyes or head.
These age-specific guidelines are designed to tailor the therapy duration to the developmental stages of infants and children, ensuring a safe and beneficial experience.
III. SPOT THERAPY OR FOR PURIFICATION REACTIONS DURING MINERAL BALANCING
Utilizing a reddish heat lamp on specific body parts can expedite healing and alleviate symptoms during the Mineral Balancing program. This therapy proves particularly effective for various conditions, including joint and muscle issues, injuries, infections, and nail fungus.
IV. CAUTIONS WITH A SINGLE INFRARED LAMP
A comprehensive list of cautions is outlined to ensure safe and effective use of a single infrared lamp. These include recommendations on preferred brands, types of lamps, pregnancy precautions, head area usage, general safety measures, and more.
V. OTHER TOPICS
Combining Therapies: Suggestions on combining red heat lamp therapy with other development procedures to optimize efficiency.
Lamp Guards: Emphasizing the importance of having a guard over the red heat lamp for safety, with recommendations on suitable options.
What Bulb or Globe to Buy: Detailed guidelines on purchasing the appropriate 250-watt reddish ‘heat lamp’ and clamp-on lamp socket, including recommended brands and cautions about specific types to avoid.
These insights aim to enhance understanding and promote safe and effective utilization of red heat lamp therapy as part of the Mineral Balancing program.