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Restoring Health and Reducing Stress with the BioMat

Diane Monks is now offering a brand new therapeutic option called the BioMat. The BioMat offers a unique combination of both ancient and modern healing technologies. The combination of heat from far infrared rays (6 to 12 microns), the positive effects of negative ions, and the conductive healing properties of amethyst crystal channels all come together to create a product with wonderful and diverse healing properties.

These three powerful health stimulators are combined in a single, easy-to-use product with remarkable healing capacities. The BioMat comfortably delivers soothing, deep-penetrating heat (95 to 158 degrees F) while stimulating the regeneration of damaged cells in the body.

The BioMat has been approved as a Food and Drug Administration-approved medical device 510(k) for use as a muscle relaxer, and assists with increased local circulation where applied. This promotes relief of minor muscle pain and spasms, minor joint pain and stiffness (joint pain associated with arthritis) and relief from minor muscular back pain.

Many individuals may find that the use of the BioMat helps them relax both their body and mind, helping to reduce stress and fatigue; supports the immune system; and improves sleep. Research by George Grant, Ph.D. (source: BioMat.com), has shown that use of the BioMat has resulted in stress reduction of 78 percent for the test subjects by reducing cortisol and increasing serotonin and endorphins in the body. The far infrared heat increases blood circulation and oxygen supply to damaged tissue, promoting relaxation and comfort, inducing sleep and relieving stress.

The BioMat is safe and natural. It is a highly effective natural therapy for improving health and personal well-being.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Diane Monks, CH, LMSW, of Divine Directions, at 516-826-5859 or visit DianeMonks.com. Divine Directions is located in the Center for the Alignment of Body, Mind & Spirit, at 2050 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh.

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