The acupressure patch contains infrared photons which are highly penetrative and radiative when placed at acupressure points. They can control temperature and achieve resonance. Therefore, these infrared photons could easily be absorbed and transformed into internal energy. Once absorbed by the human body, the infrared photons could cause resonance in the water molecules inside the body and then activate the molecules.
This increases the cohesiveness between the water molecules, activate large biological molecules (e.g., protein), and keep the biological cells at optimal vibration levels. Due to the resonance effects of the biological cells, the thermal infrared energy could reach deep layers under the human skin through various acupressure points, raise the temperature in the lower layers and cause the heat to radiate from inside to outside. The heat has the following medical functions: expanding the capillaries, improving blood circulation, boosting metabolism, facilitating tissue regeneration, strengthening the immune system and adjusting mental excitement.
As a quantum thermal patch, a large amount of energy accumulates on the surface of the skin in a short time and this will make the skin feel hot. However, the temperature is not so high and the heat will not harm the skin. Once the energy on the skin surface gradually goes into the muscles or the bones, the skin will become less hot. If you feel the heat is too strong, please remove the acupressure patch from your skin to dissipate the heat and the temperature will soon decrease.
Common lower back problems that can cause sciatica symptoms include a lumbar herniated disc. A herniated disc occurs when the gel-filled nucleus material escapes through a tear in the disc annulus and compresses the spinal nerves. Patients with disc herniation cannot stand up straight. The acupressure patch cannot cure disc herniation, but can provide a direct relief for the pain associated with lower back and sciatica problems.