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Magnetic therapy is an extremely popular treatment. For millions of people worldwide it can be an affordable, effective way to combat discomfort and pain. Completely non-invasive and free from side effects. This therapy dates back many thousands of years.
Magnetic fields are important foundations of life. The process of cell division is the core of life due to magnetic energy. The blood stream and a healthy circulatory system is vital for the transportation of life giving oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. The blood stream also helps to remove damaged and toxic materials, which cause pain. As we begin to age we start to suffer from the effects of poor circulation, reducing the body’s ability to heal itself. Arthritis, joint inflammation, sports injuries, muscular pain, rheumatism, fibromyalgia, sciatica, gout, stress, carpel tunnel syndrome, migraines are all prime examples.
As a natural and simple way of improving health, magnetic therapy is now one of the most popular alternative medicines practised around the world.
Absolutely. Magnetic therapy is non-harmful and non-invasive
A large number of people globally use magnetic therapy to relieve pain, with great results. Magnetic products are used by doctors, vets, and physiotherapists.
Some people feel an effect within hours. The majority feel relief within 2 to 3 weeks, and a much smaller number within 2 to 4 months.
Our products have been developed to apply a direct magnetic field to the body. Studies suggest this improves circulation enabling the body to get rid of toxins more quickly and so speed up the natural healing process. As a result, not only is discomfort reduced, but recovery time is decreased.
Magnetic therapy is completely safe, but should not be use by pregnant women and people using pacemakers or internal devices that run on batteries.
The magnetic properties of a magnet will last a lifetime, unless it is demagnetised or placed next to a very high electromagnetic force.
Gauss is a unit of measurement which indicates the strength of a magnetic field. The higher the gauss, the greater the field extended from a magnet’s surface.