|If you haven’t already, read When to use Specific Applications and|
How to Use Your FlexBEAM before proceeding.
You can apply your FlexBEAM to your abdomen and let the red and near-infrared light reach your abs, and also your stomach and internal organs.
You may prepare your abs for exercise and help your efforts for a better looking six pack. It is also possible to support the healing process for recent (less than 30 days) issues. Session A is appropriate for these goals.
When your issues last for more than 30 days, or you feel you should intensify your sessions, you should pick Session B.
Stomach Session A
Session A is great for preparing your abs for exercise, but also for the healing processes in case of any recent (less than 30 days) stomach issues. Session A should be used daily. It lasts 20 minutes total.
Place FlexBEAM on the left side of your abdomen vertically. Set it to DUAL (2) and use it for 10 minutes.
Keep the same Program, just put FlexBEAM horizontally across your abdomen. Use for 10 minutes.
Stomach Session B
Session B lasts for 30 minutes and should be used every other day. It is great for supporting your efforts to improve the strength of your abs, as well as the healing processes for ongoing (more than 30 days) issues with your stomach.
Place FlexBEAM on your abdomen vertically. Set it to DUAL (2) and use it for 10 minutes.
Keep the same Program, just put FlexBEAM horizontally over your abdomen. Use for 10 minutes.
Select INFRA (3) and place FlexBEAM on your lower back. Apply for 10 minutes.
|If you don’t get a result with these suggested applications, please repeat the same applications, doubling the exposure time.|
Disclaimer: FlexBEAM is currently sold as a general wellness device only. The information on this website provides general guidance about the FlexBEAM and how to operate it. Recharge makes no declaration about the safety or effectiveness of FlexBEAM, and does not claim to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Use of the FlexBEAM is not a substitute for a consultation with your healthcare provider. Information given should not be construed as medical advice.