What is Far Infrared Light: The Light of Life?
Far Infrared Ray light is a form of electromagnetic light energy from the sun. It is within the same Far Infrared light spectrum family but due to its longer wavelengths, the human eyes, just like the ultraviolet rays and X-rays, cannot see FIR light. Infrared (IR) radiation is electromagnetic radiation having a wavelength (15 1000 m) longer than that of visible light (400 700 nm) but shorter than that of microwaves (approximately 30,000 m). A nanometer (nm) is a unit of measure. The nanometer is one-billionth of a meter (1nm = 1 / 1,000,000,000m). A nanometer is used to measure things that are very small like atoms and molecules. A micrometer (m) is one millionth of a metre or one thousandth of a milimetre (1 m = 1 / 1,000,000m). A strand of human hair is about 100 m wide. The micrometer is a common unit of measurement for wavelength of infrared radiation. How does the body transmit Far Infrared Light? The normal human body temperature is 98.6F. The human body radiates infrared energy