ANS: Contraindications for this therapy, which must be strictly enforced, are as follows:

  1. Age below 16 and over 70 years old.
  2. Menstruation, pregnancy, or women within 50 days after delivery.
  3. Alcohol consumption, fasting, or within 1 hour before and after a meal.
  4. Severe hypertension (systole >170mm Hg, diastole >120mm Hg).
  5. Hypoglycemia, Hypotension (systole <70mm Hg), white blood cell is lower than 3.0 X10 ^ 9 per Litre.
  6. Within 3 months of cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, and myocardial infarction.
  7. Heart problems and severe heart disease (heart failure, angina, diabetes, chest tightness, tachycardia >100 times / minute). Pulmonary edema or fluid retention in lungs.
  8. Various bleeding tendencies (anaphylactoid purpura, leukemia, advanced liver cirrhosis, thrombocytopenia <80x10 ^ 9 / L, hemophilia, coagulation dysfunction).
  9. History of severe allergy to alcohol and used with caution for those with a history of allergy to some Traditional Chinese Medicines.
  10. History of mental illness, epilepsy and vertigo (Meniere's syndrome).
  11. Hyperthyroidism or "hypothyroidism" during acute stage. Patients with a history of 6 months and stable condition during medication may be selectively treated.
  12. Aversion to high temperature due to heat in the body (yin deficiency/high heat). Use with caution during menopause and perimenopause.
  13. Various infectious diseases - tuberculosis, infectious skin diseases (tinea capitis, tinea corporis, chickenpox, measles, scabies, condyloma acuminatum, etc.) and HIV in active stage. Save for women with HPV. Urticaria
  14. Fractures and immediate post femoral head necrosis surgery; especially with surgical screws and/or steel plate embedded.
  15. Various implants (heart stent, pacemaker, surgical screws, aesthetic filler). Implanted fillers should avoid exposure to direct heat from the therapeutic cabin under high temperature setting. Exception for implants with avoidance of high temperature setting include contraceptive ring and inlaid metal teeth.
  16. Fever, cold and influenza (especially during antibiotic treatment).
  17. Severe arteriosclerosis (grade 3 hypertension), carotid plaques by Transcranial Doppler, Computer Tomography Angiography, Magnetic Resonance Angiography detection (free plaques and soft plaques cannot be treated), and occlusive vasculitis (thrombosis).
  18. Deep phlebitis and severe varicose veins (especially with thrombosis)
  19. Use of insulin pump.
  20. Consumption of anti-diuretics and diuretics.
  21. Various cancers (late- and terminal stages, metastasis, and with severe weakness)
  22. Consumption of antibiotics (cephalosporins, penicillin, erythromycin, nitroimidazoles - metronidazole, tinidazole, quinolones - ciprofloxacin, etc.) or consumption of antiinflammatory drugs
  23. Ureterolithiasis, choledocholithiasis; kidney and gallbladder stones be treated with caution (imbibe at least three glasses of distilled water prior treatment)
  24. Possible non-compatibility and contra-indication with unorthodox and other nonmainstream therapeutic protocols and medication.
  25. Beyond moderate dependency on activities of daily living (Barthel Index), no confidence with respect to therapy’s efficacy, non-compliance with treatment precautions and caveats.
ANS: The patient lies on his back in the physiotherapy cabin, human and medicine integrating in unity. Facilitated by thermotherapy effect of far-infrared cabin, the herbal concoction rapidly infiltrates the dermis and efficaciously absorbed through the back acupoints and meridians into the target tissues and organs as well as the entire meridian system, providing a pleasant and painless recuperating process.
ANS: Diaphoretic therapy is the most direct and rapid treatment of external and internal diseases. It has combined with modern far-infrared and other high-tech technologies to get fast absorption. 
ANS: No. Diaphoretic therapy used in the sweat-wrapping method is a pure Chinese medicine formula and does not contain any western medicine ingredients. The antidiabetic effect from the sweat-wrapping method is fast because it is directly aimed at the source of diabetes. Thus, the antiviral in the body is directly excreted with sweat, so the patient's blood sugar will be significantly reduced during one stage of therapy.
ANS: No. The number of therapy times will gradually decrease when the disease is under control or cure, and it only needs to be done once or twice a month in the later period. After that, the disease will not relapse, and the effect is very stable.
ANS: It is not suitable for drinking on an empty stomach or within 1 hour after a meal. Furthermore, it is not suitable for women during menstruation or pregnancy. In addition to the above special circumstances, there are also recommendations for the timing of each conditioning for different diseases. Diseases of the liver, gallbladder, spleen, stomach, and heart system are suitable for morning therapy. Kidney and lung types of diseases (diabetes, kidney disease, gynaecological diseases, obesity, beauty, etc.) are suitable for afternoon therapy. The above time regulations are not absolute. However, the best results will be achieved if you follow this time.
ANS: Because the diaphoretic therapy method is a secret formula that has been summarised through years of clinical experience and formulated specifically for diabetes. It combines traditional Chinese medicine theories with modern science and technology. Under the infrared rays so the medicine can quickly pass through the back meridian points and holes.
ANS: It can be regulated. By promoting blood circulation and metabolism in the body, diaphoretic therapy can effectively metabolise sugar, fat, protein, and waste toxins through acupoints, meridians, and collaterals. The way sweat expels the toxins can achieve the effects of lowering blood sugar, blood pressure, and blood lipids.
ANS: Can. Type 1 diabetes is caused by genetic, infectious factors and the lack of insulin in the body. Increasing the amount of insulin can prevent diabetes relapse.
ANS: If the patient's age is not too old, it depends on which type of heart disease. Patients who do have heart disease can do diaphoretic therapy. Moreover, diaphoretic therapy can improve the heart's blood supply and circulatory function by promoting blood circulation and metabolism.
ANS: No. It is a comprehensive treatment to control blood sugar. After the blood sugar control is stable, even after stopping diaphoretic therapy, the blood sugar will remain stable. It will not relapse because the blood sugar reduced from the root of the disease and restore the function from the source. This is different from other treatment methods, such as drug consumption, because it does not treat the root cause.
ANS: People's physique is different from other people, so the sensitivity of receiving the diaphoretic therapy effect is different. How many times therapy needed depends on each person's situation varies. However, under normal circumstances, if the disease does not exceed ten years.
ANS: Diaphoretic therapy can assist in gout. It forced out the cold and damp pathogens in the body through perspiration. On the other hand, the drug effect directly on the liver and kidney. Soothing the Qi of the liver, invigorating liver blood, warming the Yang of kidney, and nourishing the liver. Nourishing the Ying of the kidney is essential. Synchronous treatment of both sides can remove the inducement of the external sensation, regulate the internal organs, and recovery.
ANS: It is a special prescription with effective results. Diaphoretic therapy can be assist the liver and gallbladder points on the back and the meridians and blood vessels that dominate the liver and gallbladder. The medicinal effect exerts a regulating effect through traditional Chinese medicines, such as relaxing the liver and regulating the Qi, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis.
ANS: Yes. Diaphoretic therapy can remove toxins, cold pathogens, promote Qi and blood, promote the metabolism of waste in the body.
ANS: Yes. Diaphoretic therapy can treat gynaecological diseases such as uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, breast hyperplasia, gynaecological inflammation, menstrual disorders, etc. Fibroids and hyperplasia are caused by cold and damp stasis, blood stasis, and blood stasis over time. When toxin metabolism accumulates, forming fibroids, proliferating hard lumps, diaphoretic therapy can treat the softening and dispelling knots, dispelling cold, dehumidifying, promoting blood circulation. Furthermore, it can remove blood stasis, Tumor, hyperplasia, inflammation, etc.
ANS: Yes. The deficiency of Qi and blood mainly causes postpartum disorder after childbirth and the effect of cold and dampness. Therefore, general medicine and other treatment methods are not effective. But diaphoretic therapy uses hyperthermia to force the long-standing cold and dampness out of the body while balancing the Qi and blood and ultimately cure the postpartum disorder.
ANS: The symptoms of the sickness of damp are usually pale and tired; afraid of cold, especially the limbs are easy to get cold; less prone to sweating, prone to eczema, lower body swelling, and ankle can get oedema during the night. People who also prone to rheumatism, osteoarthrosis,  early ageing, infertility, menstrual disorders, obesity, and intestinal diseases.
ANS: People with "Gong Han" are full of Ying coldness, insufficient Yang, and kidney Yang deficiency. Such as menstrual disorders, endocrine disorders, dysmenorrhea, infertility, gynaecological inflammation, uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts are all caused by "Gong Han".
ANS: Yes. Diaphoretic therapy regulates the root of obesity, improves the body's cold and damp physique. Also, it combines the thermotherapy effect released by the cell activation chamber to achieve the purpose of dissolving fat and losing weight. In addition, diaphoretic therapy does not relapse sickness, does not suffer, and quickly restores your perfect body.