How magnetic therapy works.

How magnetic therapy works.

Magnetic therapy  for pain

Magnetic therapy for pain

Magnetic therapy history:

Magnetic therapy was used for its healing powers in the ancient Indian and Chinese  cultures . Also Greek and Egyptian cultures embraced it , using extensively in a medical treatment because it has proved to be a very effective alternative treatment.

Why to use magnetic therapy?

Magnets are great agents in focusing the heat along with improving blood circulation to relieve pain. Also, magnets help in production of melatonin , a hormone that plays a crucial role in the sleep cycle. Some sleep disorders can get remedy by sleeping on a magnetic  mattress pad.

This non invasive procedure is a popular alternative cure due to widespread acceptance by many people because of its healing powers. A large number of people , the old and young alike, are using magnetic therapy to cure ailments ranging from joint points to depression.

Types of magnets:

– ferrite magnets: they are made from strontium carbonate and iron oxide and they exhibit low magnetic fields. They are used for healing  purpose , being currently found in magnetic therapy wraps and magnetic bedding.

– neodymium magnets : are the most powerful magnets in the world and they are used for all magnetic therapy healing applications because they will stay magnetized for at last 10 days , being an economical choice.

Who uses magnet therapy?

Magnet therapy is used by people for treating migraine, back pain, sports injuries, male sexual performance, stress disorders, incontinence ( urinary problems) , insomnia, water retention, wounds, sometimes even epilepsy.

Magnetic therapy choices:

 You can benefit from magnetic therapy works into a professional spa, because  magnetic therapy was not proved to have serious side effects and it is used by many people , including in the form of wearing magnetic bracelets.

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This blog post is an educational resource only and does not replace a medical consultation with a doctor .

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or comments. Comments or questions are welcome!

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