Say Good-Bye To Pain With Magnetic Therapy
So many people these days either don't want to take medications or conventional medicine has not worked for them. In fact, over 100 million Americans struggle with chronic pain every year. Magnets are being rediscovered by many of those who have found magnetic bracelets or wraps to be effective for pain management.
Those who use magnetic therapy believe that the magnets help to increase the amount of oxygen available to the cells. Magnets are used to treat a variety of conditions from arthritis, inflammation, fibromyalgia, neuropathy and muscle pain to cancer and AIDS and even depression.
Magnetic Therapy is not new. The ancient Egyptians and Chinese used magnets for muscle pain and stiffness. Additionally, The Vedas, ancient Hindu scriptures discuss healing with magnets. Since then, magnets have often been used for mainly arthritis. More recently, those who play sports have used magnets to relieve pain which has increased magnetic therapy's popularity.
There have also been studies on magnets for pain. Baylor College of Medicine did a study where patients who did not respond to other pain therapies had a magnet or non magnet taped to sore areas. 75% of those who had real magnets reported less pain. The New York Medical College in Valhalla also conducted a study on magnetic insoles for diabetic people's feet. It turned out that 9 out of 10 reported improvement. Other studies on magnets for depression are showing promise.
Luckily, magnets are available in many shapes and forms for people to wear easily. One can get traditional wraps for wrists for carpal tunnel, for example, or knee wraps for knee pain. However, there are also mattress pads which allow you to sleep while getting therapy. Also, there is fashion jewelry with magnets so you can easily wear magnets to work. Necklaces, earrings, and bracelets are available for both men and women. Don't forget Fido or Buttons! Magnetic pet pads can help your family dog or cat with arthritis too.
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Magnetic Therapy Kit
Sale Price: $29.74
Designed to target areas of the body where deep penetration is required. Each set contains 2 X 2" diameter neodymium, 12,500 gauss magnets that penetrate more than 9" into the tissue. Can be held in place through clothing with discs (included) or taped on with adhesive tape (included)