Healthy Line InfraMat Pro review

Disclosure: I was given a Healthy Line InfraMat Pro in exchange for writing this review. All opinions in this Healthy Line InfraMat Pro review are my own and were in no way influenced by the company. This post contains affiliate links. 

For those of you who use heating pads, hot showers and other heated therapies to help manage fibromyalgia aches and pains, this post is for you! Over the summer, Healthy Line, a U.S.-based company specializing in heated stone mats, reached out to me and asked if I’d like to review one of their products. Yes, please!

If you gravitate toward heating pads, hot showers or warm blankets to help manage fibromyalgia aches and pains, then you will absolutely love the Healthy Line InfraMat Pro! This heated stone mat uses infrared technology to warm you from the inside out! It's perfect for staving away the bone-chilling cold of winter.

Healthy Line generously gifted me the FullMat-JT-Mesh InfraMat Pro, a full body-size mat with 154 pieces of natural jade and tourmaline. The stones aren’t just pretty to look at – they also offer healing benefits. Here’s a quick summary of how Healthy Line’s mats work:

  • As the mat warms up, it heats the stones slowly and steadily, softening sore muscles. In addition, the warm stones are very relaxing, helping to release stress and tension.
  • Far infrared heat from the mat penetrates the body’s bones, joints and tissues, helping to relieve pain and inflammation.
  • The negative ions released by the stones have been shown to alleviate depression, boost cells’ ability to use nutrients and remove waste, help counteract EMF radiation from computers/cell phones, boost blood flow to the brain and reduce acidity in the body.
  • Photon therapy increases blood circulation and oxygen flow, and can help with pain.
  • Tourmaline is believed to improve the immune, endocrine and lymphatic systems, help with insomnia and stimulate regeneration throughout the body.
  • Jade is believed to have strong healing properties and ensures maximum heat transfer and penetration.
  • Animals can feel the effects of the mat after a 15-20 minute session.

Overall, using a heated stone mat:

  • Improves blood circulation and cell metabolism
  • Reduces pain, inflammation and stiffness
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Relieves insomnia
  • Provides a sauna effect capable of burning up to 900 calories an hour
  • Alleviates stress and improves mood
  • Helps cells process waste and remove toxins faster
  • Helps rejuvenate the body’s cells, tissues and systems

Prior to Healthy Line contacting me, I had read about using infrared technology for fibromyalgia and Lyme. Many in the Lyme community use infrared saunas during treatment to help with detoxing. When I started my Lyme treatment over the summer, my doctor recommended using an infrared sauna a couple of times a week. Unfortunately, the one place near my home that had one has closed.

Since I didn’t have access to a full infrared sauna, Healthy Line’s infrared mat has filled that void for me. I’ve been using the mat several times a week over the past few months, and it’s become a ritual that I look forward to, especially on days when my pain levels are higher. The mat I received is full body-size, so the heated stones touch the length of my body. I thought it would feel uncomfortable to lie on the stones, but it’s not. I cover the pad with a thin towel for hygienic reasons, and it also gives a little bit of softness and cushion between my body and the mat. The mat’s on/off controller has a timer that I can set for 3-, 6- or 12-hour sessions. I can also adjust the temperature of the mat from 70°F  to 160°F, allowing me to customize my session.

I use mine on the floor, but it can also be placed on a bed or chair. Some people sleep on theirs.

I typically cover myself with a flannel blanket to seal in the heat while I’m using the mat. And then I lie there and lie there and lie there. It’s forced relaxation – something I desperately need in my life! Sometimes I use the downtime to meditate. Sometimes I catch up on YouTube videos. More often than not, I get so relaxed that I end up falling asleep on the mat.

Using the mat is very soothing and calming. When I feel stressed out, I sometimes find myself wanting to go lie on the mat for a breather. It beckons me, somehow. I know that sounds a little woo-woo, but it’s true. Like one of the bullet points mentions above, my pets are attracted to the mat, too. One night, three of my cats were trying to push me off of it so they could have it for themselves. They must have been feeling the healing effects!

The mat does help with pain. Like all fibromyalgia treatments, it doesn’t take the pain completely away – just dulls it to make it more manageable. I’ve been having horrible shin pain lately, and I’ve found myself wishing that Healthy Line made a flexible mat that I could wrap around my legs. Well, it turns out they actually make something like that! That would be heaven! Other times, I wish I could wrap my entire body in the mat! I like to rotate my position – I lie on my back and stomach for a few minutes each session – so my entire body comes in contact with the heated stones.

Because of the infrared technology, it warms my body from the inside out, if that makes sense. It feels like the heat is permeating my bones, muscles and joints – not just warming the outside of them like a regular heating pad. I’m really looking forward to using it this winter when I can’t get warm. I know it’s going to be absolutely perfect for staving away the bone-chilling cold of winter.

A discount…

Healthy Line is offering FedUpwithFatigue.com’s readers a 10% discount plus free shipping on all continental U.S. orders. Just use promo code fwf10 at checkout!

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  1. Angela says

    Hi Donna, thank you for the review. I found your blog searching for reviews of Healthy Line mats. I am specifically interested to hear how the PEMF compares to this mat. I am currently considering their reversible mat with the amethyst on one side or the TAO PEMF model. I have been doing tons of research on PEMF and according to the originator, Dr. Dennis (contracted by NASA in the 90s to develop the first device), there are certain waves and frequencies that work better than others. Also, a technician and NASA basically stole his research to patent it and no credit was given to him. That has since been rectified but not before NASA leased out the technology to private companies looking to develop these devices for sale. But there were gaping holes in the research that was published since they didn’t include Dr. Dennis in the patent and that means that the technology these companies developed were missing key components. Some of the companies even contacted Dr. Dennis for help when they realized they’d been had and he did help some of them. As far as I can tell from a variety of different sources (including Bryant Myers who has a book on PEMF and many videos on Youtube) square waves and sawtooth waves are the most effective. I believe Healthy Line uses square waves and another wave I can’t recall but I wrote them last night to ask. These are the questions I asked:

    “I have a more technical question on the PEMF. I have been doing a ton of research on it since learning about it through your company. Basically, I learned that for it to be effective, square waves and sawtooth waves are the most desirable waves as the rapid rise and fall gives the maximum ion transport. But the key is varying the frequencies, varying the intensity and even switching polarity to help the body prevent acclimation. I read that your PEMF mat is 3 Gauss and 7.8 Hz but is that static? Is there a frequency range? I mean, if you were to use a magnetic field detector over the mat, would there be a magnetic flux or would it measure at basically a straight 7.8 Hz the entire treatment? (Maybe your next video should be about discussing the particular specs of the mat for the nerds like me who are trying to purchase the most beneficial PEMF device for our budget. I DO recognize the price is amazing so strongly considering going that way but depending on what you can tell me, I may just go ahead for the reversible and skip the PEMF this time.”

    We’ll see what they say! Basically, I would LOVE to know if you think the PEMF has assisted with your pain better than the mat on this review. Or if you notice any other positive effects that PEMF touts? I am so intrigued with this technology but I’m thinking I might buy Dr. Dennis’ device since he has been constantly improving the technology since the 90s and making it more and more affordable. Many of the devices on the market are based off of the original first generation technology worked on at NASA without further improvement or lowered cost. Imagine if we still had the same TVs since the 90s or the first cell phone model ever with no further improvement!

    There is a lot of smoke and mirrors when it comes to PEMF and different companies say different things. One guy (the guy from Truly Heal vids on Youtube) was saying that 10 gauss is the unit of measure needed as a minimum for therapeutic purposes and Brant Myers completely disagrees that it needs to be that high and that the lower frequency is safer and more effective and in fact the higher gauss could even be harmful! It’s all very confusing and I’ve spent days trying to figure out what to believe but thus far I think that the lower frequency is key and that there needs to be a magnetic flux.

    • Donna Gregory/FedUpwithFatigue.com says

      I’m currently trialing one of HealthyLine’s PEMF mats and will be doing a review in the near future. I enjoy the heat from mat, but I’m still unconvinced whether the PEMF technology is really helping or not.

      • Alicia says

        Hi Donna,

        Did you ever write the review for the PEMF mat? Are you still using your first mat. Thanks in advance!

        • Donna Gregory/FedUpwithFatigue.com says

          I still need to do the PEMF mat review. Hopefully later this month or May. I gifted the previous mat to a fibro friend.

    • Hi Angela,
      Did you get any response from the Helathyline regarding your PEMF questions? I thought they were spot on, and was wondering the same. I have the ICES PEMF device from Micropulse which has been very helpful, and believe Dr Dennis has done well with the technology.

  2. hey Donna , this looks good , i now know the matt improves circulation and pain etc but does the mat repair these issues and quicken recovery ?

    • Donna Gregory/FedUpwithFatigue.com says

      My very basic understanding is that infrared technology helps with healing, but you might want to research that further. HealthyLine also carries PEMF mats. I’m currently trying one out for a future review, and I know there are multiple research studies that prove the healing benefits of PEMF technology. So, if you’re considering a mat, you might want to research those instead of the infrared-only ones.

  3. I just now saw the mat giveaway abd said it was over. I live in poverty and cant even afford food sometimes. I need that mat so desperately. I know it willhelp with this brutal pain. I could cry.

  4. Donna ,your awesome I’m so glad I found you! You are doing such a wonderful thing for people like me .I have days to walk to the shower it takes the life out if me then Ihave to rest before I can get in,but the good thing is I made it there. I have to many problems to even start naming then I would start rattling on and forget where I’m at ..lol lil brain fog. Going on 15 years with fibromyalgia I stopped even reading or going to Dr.s was just so over it. I can’t take anything for depression so that really stinks but you have gave me so much back to myself.I FEEL TRAPPED INSIDE MY BODY AND CAN’T GET OUT. Just reading the information you give us is so ,so appreciated your time and knowledge , your self I thank you from the bottom of my heart 🙂 It keeps me from feeling crazy alot of days . If we thought we were the only ones that lived this we would be crazy it’s just to dang unbelievable… Love ya yo the moon and back ! Best page ,best information I’ve found to date.

    • Donna Gregory/FedUpwithFatigue.com says

      Thank you so much, Christine. I woke up this morning, and I could tell it’s going to be one of those days b/c my pain level is way up before I even got out of bed. Your words made my day – it gives me motivation to keep moving and keep going. 🙂

  5. Interesting that you have had shin pain lately as I have too. Seems we all can have similar aches at the same time. My hubby works with a woman who most frequently mirrors my issues, same days, same pains! Yuck! Going to give one of these a try. Love your reviews on products. Thanks

    • Donna Gregory/FedUpwithFatigue.com says

      I’m glad you found the review helpful! If you end up trying one, let me know how it works for you. My pain levels are way up today (looks like rain is coming), so I have a feeling I’ll be using my mat later on.

  6. K Robison says

    what is the little magnet for? how should it be used? This mat was a gift and came without instruction. thanks K

  7. Donna Gregory/FedUpwithFatigue.com says

    I’m not sure. I don’t recall receiving a magnet w/ mine. I know magnetic therapy is sometimes used for chronic pain. I would reach out to the company for instructions.


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