Reducing Inflammation at Home with the Biomat

December 30, 2022

Reducing Inflammation at Home with the Biomat

If your body swells, it means something’s wrong with it.

It doesn’t matter if you're in good or bad shape, when there's swelling in your body it’s a signal that you should pay attention to. Finding ways for reducing inflammation should be your top priority to get everything back to normal.

A body swelling can mean that something on the inside isn’t working properly and now it’s showing on the outside. But worry not, at Biomat Direct we love sharing advice for relieving pain at home, however, if you are suffering from severe inflammation make sure to check with your doctor or physician first – never auto-diagnose yourself!

Our physical health is a reflection of our habits. And even when our habits may be healthy, swelling can also occur consistently for different reasons. So let’s explore what causes inflammation, common signs and symptoms as well as some natural ways to reducing inflammation in the body and boosting your overall health. 

Signs and symptoms of inflammation in the body

Some common stress triggers from your body telling you it’s time to rest or pause are if you are experiencing:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Chest pain
  • Joint pain or stiffness
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Redness or swelling in any part of your body
  • Rashes
  • Chronic pain 

Causes of inflammation 

So now you may be thinking: “OK I have a stress signal from my body, but what caused it?”. Here are some of the most common causes of chronic inflammation:

  • A bad diet and digestive problems
  • Lack of exercise
  • Being overweight
  • High stress levels in your body
  • Frequent viral infections

How to reduce inflammation in the body fast

First and foremost remember that if you suffer from chronic inflammation, the right thing to do is consult with your doctor before trying to fix your health issues on your own. But the second thing you can do is learn natural ways for preventing and reducing inflammation in the body fast.

Which foods reduce inflammation?

Pursuing a healthy diet is a great step towards reducing inflammation in the body because having a bad diet can be one of the most common causes of inflammation in the first place.

So without further ado here are the best anti-inflammatory foods

  • Olive oils
  • Add greens to your diet like lettuce, vegetables, kale, and spinach
  • Sprinkle nuts, walnuts and almonds to your greens
  • Fatty fish like salmon or tuna

Tips for reducing inflammation naturally

  • Reduce your intake of processed foods
  • Exercise more often
  • Add anti-inflammatory foods to your diet
  • Create a healthy sleep routine

Our favorite exercises for reducing inflammation at home

Go for a walk 

Walking 15-30 minutes per day can do wonders to calm your body and reduce stress levels. It’s also a natural way to slow down after a busy day.

Try yoga

Practicing yoga at home is great for triggering different areas of stiffness in your body. Each yoga pose is specifically designed to relieve blocked energy and promote blood and oxygen circulation that can help reduce inflammation. 

Cardio workout

If you’re more of a cycling, running or cardio workout person, this is a great solution to burn carbs and lose weight quickly. Adding a cardio workout to your routine can boost your overall health.

Reducing inflammation at home is easy with our Biomat products

You can practice any of the exercises listed above and tackle different areas of your body with the help of Biomat. 

Any Biomat product combines the power of Far Infrared Technology that applies heat to whichever area you need to treat, and the Negative Ion Technology and Amethyst healing crystals help with relieving stress from your body.

Our Richway Biomat Professional 7000 is a great option for treating inflammation on the back or while practicing soft exercises like yoga.

But if you want to heal while you sleep, try our King Size Biomat or if you need a localized treatment our Biobelt is your perfect choice.

We hope you start building healthy habits so that you can live and feel better!

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to cure, diagnose or treat medical conditions. Please consult with a qualified health practitioner before beginning any new health program.