A massage chair is often regarded as the ultimate therapeutic tool for relaxation and pain relief. It massages your pressure points and triggers happy hormones like endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine. When you start a massage program in a chair, a lot of things start working in collaboration with each other. The rollers work with the rolling arms and the rolling track. Similarly, airbags inflate and deflate according to the instructions set in the massage program. The foot massagers also kick-off when they are needed. All the massage chairs' elements start working as an orchestra to provide you the sweet music that you call a therapeutic massage.
However, some massage chairs have certain additional elements that don't directly contribute to the physical act of massage. Instead, these elements help the mental aspect of it. Confused? Okay, let us give you an example of one such element: Chromotherapy Lighting.
What is Chromotherapy?
Chromotherapy is an alternative method of treatment where different colored-lights are used for various purposes. It is a medically proven fact that chromotherapy helps heal the physical and mental disturbances that cause diseases and illness. It is one of the most ancient methods to cure various types of conditions.
The Theory Behind Chromotherapy
Since the light colors are vibrating in nature, each of the colors vibrates in different wavelengths and frequencies. Our body recognizes this frequency and different body-parts respond to the aligned frequencies. According to an ancient-Indian theory of Chakras, there are seven energy centers in our body that are connected to each other, primarily by our spinal cord. These seven energy centers facilitate the functioning of the human body. These energy centers regulate our brain, heart, lungs, and all the other major organs. With the help of chromotherapy, these chakras/energy centers' functioning can be improved as they respond to specific colors.
Red-colored light is a natural energizer and helps to heal sore muscles. The orange light gives us a rejuvenating feeling and helps to heal the entire body. The yellow light builds immunity, and it also uplifts the overall mood. The green-colored light is used to heal heart-related illnesses. The blue light is used for deep relaxation purposes as it relieves stress and anxiety. We hope that you now know the basics of chromotherapy in general. Now, let us introduce the topic you all were waiting for:
How Does Chromotherapy Work In A Massage Chair?
Some of the modern massage chairs come equipped with Chromotherapy lights. Usually, these lights are installed on the sides of a massage chair. When a massage session starts, these chromotherapy LEDs softly emit blue light and make the surrounding a bit bluish. For the best effects, you must turn off these lights in a dark place. In a dark environment, the chromotherapy lights get a wide area to cover and become much more effective.
Most of the massage chairs use blue light in chromotherapy because of its advantages. The blue light relaxes the minds and relieves them of any stress. Blue light is also an an-anxiety colored light. Some massage chairs also have different colored lights.
Massage Chairs Offering Chromotherapy
Infinity Imperial 3D/4D massage chair has Chromotherapy lights installed on each of its sides. Apart from the Chromotherapy lights, this massage chair has a 49" L-track, zero-gravity technology, automatic footrest extension, air ionizer, and many fantastic features. You can get this massage chair for sale at a discounted rate of $4,499.00. Read this to know more about this massage chair.
Osaki OS Hiro LT has relaxing blue chromotherapy lights installed on the sides for a wholesome massage experience. These blue lights embrace the surrounding walls when placed in a dark room and help you relax as you undergo the massage session. This massage chair for sale has Japanese brushless motors that make its operation quieter than the other massage chairs. The 3D massage technology, with five intensity settings, allows you to enjoy mild, medium, and high-intensity massages. Get this chair today just at $5,699.00 (17% OFF).
Osaki OS-4D Escape massage chair comes with a movable dome above the headrest. Unlike the other massage chairs, Osaki Escape has chromotherapy lights in the interiors of the dome. When you recline to a zero-gravity position, the dome will automatically slide over your head, and the little blue LEDs will start glowing softly. It creates a great environment for you to relax and enjoy your massage in peace. Even if you can't turn off your room's lights, the dome will ensure that you get the most optimal treatment. We have this massage chair for sale at an offer price of $4,999.00. It is an incredible deal, don't miss it.
Benefits of A Massage Chair With Chromotherapy Lights
1. Helps in Relaxation
A massage chair with therapeutic lights helps to relax the user's mind, body, and soul. It takes away the stress and tension from the mind and triggers relaxing hormones like endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine.
2. Accelerates The Muscle Recovery Process
Chromotherapy lights are known to heal different parts of the body. If a massage chair emits the light that is associated with muscle-recovery, it'll accelerate the recovery process. Usually, the red-light is known to have healing effects on muscles.
3. Relieves Pain
Chromotherapy also helps in reducing inflammation, muscle tension, and swelling. These issues are often the core reasons why we have pain in different parts of our body. Once the core reasons get resolved, you won't have internal pain.
Chromotherapy is a great way to relax and allow the lights to heal your body. This therapy is being used in many Spas where people go to relax and recover. If you want to experience this therapy along with massage, you must get a massage chair that comes with chromotherapy lights. We have already mentioned 3 of them in this article. We have more such massage chairs that might surprise you. Check them out here.
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