medical magnetic bracelets homepage privacy archive w3fact.com medical magnetic bracelets SUNDAY, 1 APRIL, 2012, 1:11 PM POSTED BY W3FACT The medical applications of magnetism aren't just relegated to such things as high tech diagnostic devices, just like the MRI, and magnetic dental implants. The claims attributed to magnets have several people donning ... Share | medical magnetic bracelets SUNDAY, 1 APRIL, 2012, 1:11 PM POSTED BY W3FACT Filed under: Business — Tags: bio magnetic bracelet, Business, entertainment, fashion, jewelry, online business — Anna S. Smiley @ 5: The medical applications of magnetism aren’t just relegated to such things as high tech diagnostic devices, just like the MRI, and magnetic dental implants. The claims attributed to magnets have several people donning magnetic jewelry, “sports magnets” and also other varieties of “bio-magnets.” Some studies have established that bio-magnetic therapy may offer an alternative form of therapy for injuries. There’s also been upset of interest in using basic principles of magnetism to take care of pain. Various athletes wear flexible coated magnets in lumbar supports, in knee braces, wrist bands, elbow supports, ankle supports, sewn into clothing or even in their shoes. These flexible magnets are incredibly popular with golfers and may be located in many pro-shops. Magnetic bracelets will also be very popular but generally make no specific health claims. There are even “whole body” magnet kits available for sale that include a variety of flexible and wrap-around magnets for just about any section of the body! Some people sew flexible magnets into clothing to put on during exercising or training. But be careful wearing magnets, of any type, during contact sports could cause problems for you, your teammate or perhaps your opponent. Magnet therapy dates back on the duration of Plato when they were used to take care of muscle spasms and gout. In the old, people placed magnets of the skin so that they can “attract diseases from the body”. Today magnets are theoretically employed to affect red blood cells (that contain iron) while they answer a magnetic field causing the cells to get more active. Supposedly, more active red blood cells use more oxygen thereby causing a speedier healing. Bio Magnetics International claims that magnetic therapy results in a quicker removal of lactic acid from overworked muscles, resulting in a faster recovery time, along with a alternation in the migration of calcium ions that assist the elimination of toxins from arthritic joints. The magnet’s negative pole (N pole) appears to be offer the healing energy. Negative electromagnetic fields appear needed for healing to occur.