FIR

   
 
FIR health cabins  are an integral component at BainsPhysio™ Centre and  “Physiofitness™.
   

The FIR (Far Infra Red) Health Cabins could be your safest bet for losing weight as a well recommended programme can help you burn  600 Kcal in 30 minutes. Besides, we also recommend a FIR schedule as a detoxification and skin care measure.

In view of the positive response from our clients, we have equipped our centre with many FIR cabins.

You can schedule your appointment today for a special advice and counsel on how FIR can benefit you.  Also, please rest assured that the following are determined by our trained practitioners, to ensure that we prescribe the right FIR programme for you.

  • Blood Pressure 
  • Body Weight
  • Body-Mass Ratio
  • Muscle Bone Ratio
  • Body and Vesceral Fat
  • Biological Age Vs. Chronological  Age.
   
 
Blood Pressure 
   
 

 High blood pressure (HBP) is a serious condition that can lead to coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke, kidney failure, and other health problems.

“Blood pressure” is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps out blood. If this pressure rises and stays high over time, it can damage the body in many ways.

Categories for Blood Pressure Levels in Adults (in mmHg, or millimeters of mercury)
Category

Systolic (top number)

 

Diastolic (bottom number)

Normal

Less than 120

And

Less than 80

Prehypertension

120–139

Or

80–89

High blood pressure

 

 

 

     Stage 1

140–159

Or

90–99

     Stage 2

160 or higher

Or

100 or higher

The ranges in the table apply to most adults (aged 18 and older) who don’t have short-term serious illnesses.

   
 
Body Weight
   
 

How much should you weigh according to your height? This height to weight chart is a guideline to an Adults ideal bodyweight in Kg:

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  Female Height to Weight Ratio

 

 

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  Male Height to Weight Ratio

 

 Height 

  Low   

  Target  

  High  

 Height 

  Low  

  Target  

  High  

4' 10"

45

52

59

5' 1"

56

61

66

4' 11"

45.5

53

61

5' 2"

57

62

67

5' 0"

46.7

55

62

5' 3"

57.5

63

68.5

5' 1"

47.6

55.5

63.5

5' 4"

58.5

64.5

70

5' 2"

49

56.5

65.3

5' 5"

59.5

66

72

5' 3"

50

58

67

5' 6"

60

67

74

5' 4"

51.5

60

69

5" 7"

61

68.5

75.5

5' 5"

53

61.5

70.5

5' 8"

62

70

77.5

5' 6"

54.5

63.5

72.5

5' 9"

63

71

79

5' 7"

56

65

75

5' 10"

64

72.5

81

5 '8"

57

66

75.5

5' 11"

65

75

83

5' 9"

58.5

68

77

6' 0"

66.5

75.5

85

5' 10"

60

70

78.5

6' 1"

68

77.5

87

5' 11"

61

71

80

6' 2"

69.5

79

90

6' 0"

62.5

72

81

6' 3"

71

80

91.5

   
 
Body-Mass Ratio
   
 

The body-mass index (BMI) is calculated by dividing your weight (in kg) by the square of your height (in meters). A BMI greater than 25 may indicate that you are overweight, while a BMI greater than 30 generally indicates obesity.

A BMI of 27.8 for men and 27.3 for women is the cutoff point for obesity used in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES II). The National Academy of Sciences' diet and health report suggests the following normal BMI ranges:

Age

Normal BMI Range

45 to 54 years

22 to 27

55 to 65 years

23 to 28

Over 65 years

24 to 29

(Department of Health and Human Services Consensus Conference on Obesity, April,1 1992)

   
   
 
   
 
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