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Before reading this page make sure you have a humidity meter and a thermometer. These are the 2 things that are needed to monitor core body temperature.
Note: A naturally low body temperature impairs sweating. Some people start out at 99 and heat 3 degrees to 102 while others are at 97 and their core goes to 100 degrees. So, not every time when someone heats themselves 3 degrees is what it takes. There are books that tell you what the temperature that the body should stay at but I can't put this stuff on my site due to rules I agreed to as a distributor. I know this stuff but I am not a doctor although I have studied lipolysis from far infrared lasers to infrared saunas to freezing the fat. No matter how lipolysis is done, it's not a done deal. Remember, Release, remove. Not Remove then release.
Note: many people try to heat their core but if they can't stay on long enough and don't activate the metabolic processes, like releasing bile, etc, then the session was really for nothing. Those who have a very sluggish metabolism will find this the most challenging.
Heating the body core 3 degrees is the most challenging and my goal each time I use my Biomat, if you have concerns feel free to ask. I hear a lot of crazy stories so I am up for any questions.
Contact me at 1-877-505-2057 if you want to talk to me.
...because no one gave me advice after I bought my first Biomat
I have reviewed nearly every infrared mat and the Biomat has the most fluence of all the mats I tested. The butter melted the fastest on the Biomat faster than any other mat. When studying the effects of lipolysis, this is important for me to know.