Keeping Warm and Healthy This Winter With Infrared

Published on November 29, 2021

Infections are on the rise again as we head into colder weather. Millions of people are rightfully concerned about staying warm and healthy this winter. Though global warming cheerleaders have promised the end of snow and warm winters for years, what people are actually facing is record snow and cold, which is not very good news for our health. With winters getting longer there is much to be concerned about as real climate change takes hold and gets violent.

With the price of energy going through the roof, many people will have to turn down their thermostats or even do without if they want to eat. For many who are eating their bellies full, nutritional status is still an issue because the quality of our foods is in decline. A good chunk of humanity has their backs against the wall as inflation of essentials gets out of hand.

Now add the adverse impact of COVID vaccines, declining hospital services for most everyone because of the shortage of doctors and nurses who are either quitting or taken out of action (vaccine reactions including death) because of the vaccine mandates. Conclusion: It is not a good time to get sick. Health is our only true defense against disease.

The first law of health has to do with keeping warm. Cold conditions quickly lead to infections because of weakened immune strength. People throughout the world claim that the weather has a direct connection to their health – from changing symptoms of current ailments to the increased susceptibility to a new sickness. Atmospheric scientists have been studying weather’s impact on the human body for years (called biometeorology), and have found that sudden temperature changes, cold snaps, heat waves and even ­thunderstorms can all have a direct effect on certain conditions.

Exposure to cold temperatures, whether indoors or outside, can cause serious life-threatening health problems. Infants and the elderly are particularly at risk, but anyone can be affected. To keep yourself and your family safe, you should know how to prevent cold-related health problems and what to do if a cold-weather health emergency arises.

Many people are at risk indoors if their power has been shut off or they can’t afford to raise the thermostat. Research shows that for those with chronic disease a cold interior may be a dangerous environment. Hypothermia means the body temperature has fallen below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. It occurs when your body can’t produce enough energy to keep the internal body temperature warm enough. It can kill you. Heart failure causes most deaths in hypothermia. Symptoms include lack of coordination, mental confusion, slowed reactions, shivering and sleepiness.

The body’s reactions to low temperatures put stress on the cardiovascular system. These reactions include constriction of blood vessels in the skin, shallow breathing through the mouth, and slight thickening of the blood, all of which can lead indirectly to angina (chest pain) in people with heart disease.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends indoor temperatures of at least 64 degrees F, and raises that to 70 degrees for households which include infants, elderly members, or frail individuals. A cold house is a dangerous house as far as our health and even mental well-being is concerned. For an older person, a body temperature of 95°F or lower can cause many health problems, such as a heart attack, kidney problems, liver damage, or worse. Low temperatures between 95°- 97° F is common with patients with chronic illnesses.

Increased body temperature is correlated mathematically
with increased immune system strength
. Therefore,
body temperature is crucial to address when treating disease.

Increased body temperature is correlated mathematically with increased immune system strength. Normal core temperatures are at the exact temperature at which all the functions of the human body can operate with optimal efficiency. The same can be said about pH because all physiological processes are pH sensitive.

Chinese medicine for thousands of years recognized cold (and heat) as two principle causes of disease. Cold contracts and obstructs. Cold symptoms would be those such as feeling chilly, having cold limbs, a pale face, and the desire to drink warm liquids.

Cold syndromes result from exposure to external cold or lack of heat (yang energy) inside the core of the body. Those with low thyroid function, iodine deficiencies, and lowered core body temperature would be most vulnerable.

Some conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, are greatly impacted by the weather (especially cold and/or rain), while others are minimally affected, if at all. In general, weather extremes of any kind will place additional stress upon the body, which is usually not helpful for those already suffering from a host of conditions.

Cold syndromes can present themselves with a variety of symptoms: pale complexion, preference for warmth, a bland taste, cold limbs, fatigue, clear profuse urine, loose bowels, thin and clear body discharges. There is usually a pale tongue with white glossy coating, and a slow or tense pulse.

Far Infrared Mat

This is simply the best medical device for elevating internal body temperature. The Biomat’s far infrared light penetrates deep into the cells warming and stimulating them with frequencies that nurture and strengthen while providing pain relief and a relaxation that is heavenly. The Biomat is a wonderful piece of therapeutic equipment that improves circulation and cardiovascular function, improves the immune system, relieves pain, burns calories, eases joint pain, and reduces stress.

Biomats are approved medical devices that heat you from the inside out with far infrared light. This raises core body temperature making one’s immune system considerably stronger and comes in handy when fighting colds, flu and even cancer.

With a Biomat, you can turn the heat down in the house at night and just heat your body. It pays for itself in colder climates just with the reduced heating costs.

It is nothing like sleeping on a heating pad. When we are cold, hurt, or have any health issues there is nothing like warmth to help with healing. As the cold seasons become longer and more bitterly cold and as one fights the flu, or any other kind of illness, one will want a Biomat.

Their only drawback is that they do use electricity so are no help when the lights go out unless you have a generator. Otherwise, they are perfect pieces of medical machinery that reduce pain, discomfort and even emotional upset. They warm the body and our hearts and that is why they are so easy to love. Health and keeping warm go hand in hand, and it is essential to know that body temperature and immune system strength are directly related.


If it is possible to love a medical device one will fall for their infrared Biomat because it keeps you warm on cold nights and takes away pain. Everyone deserves a Biomat just as everyone deserves love. I call them medical love machines. Biomats are that good and that helpful. I wish everyone could afford one. Every hospital bed should have one and every person suffering from anything, even emotional upset should have the benefit of having a warm healing bed to get into.

In a future that is destined to get colder a Biomat is probably going to be an ideal survival device. It certainly is an ideal medical device treating the dangers of low body temperature, which is critical if one has cancer because low body temperature equals low immune system response.


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Dr. Mark Sircus AC., OMD, DM (P)

Professor of Natural Oncology, Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine
Founder of Natural Allopathic Medicine

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