Trendy Magnetic Ladies Health Bracelet with arrow pattern. 3-Tone color, Silver, Gold and Rose Gold. Includes 6 magnets. Total Gauss strength of the magnets: 6708 gausses. The magnetic theory revolves in the arteries around the wrist, which magnets improve the circulation gives the body more of the nutrients it needs in the blood, improving health naturally
. Effects to a neural system
. Effects to blood vessel system
. The effects of a magnetic field on immunity function
. The effects of a magnetic field on enzyme activity.
Even though the sizes and shapes of the bracelet vary, the effectiveness remains the same as the neodymium in each bracelet around 2500 Gauss. (Gauss is a unit of measurement of a magnetic field)
Magnetic forces help the body to heal itself by stimulating the biochemistry so natural healing can take place. Magnetic therapy is an alternative technique, which practice dates back to ancient times.
Egyptian nobles were reported to wear magnetic earrings, necklaces, and head adornments to preserve their youth and beauty. While an early African tribe was noted to use magnetic cores in food preparation to enhance food flavor. Recent research discovered that magnetic fields could actually alter the flavor of some food. When it comes to health application, magnetic therapy has solid scientific evidence prove by physicists, physicians, chiropractors and other healers, who dedicated their lives to the study of the Earth’s magnetic field.
In the East, magnetic therapy has been used in China for over two thousand years already. This was recorded in the oldest medical book, Chinese Yellow Emperor’s Book of Internal Medicine, which mentioned the practice of placing magnets in acupuncture points to treat paraplegia, arthritis, and rheumatism. In the West, Aristotle wrote in 300 BC about the healing benefits of magnets. Greek physician, Pliny, also wrote in 100 AD about the use of magnets for healing eye diseases. In 1600, Queen Elizabeth ’s physician and scientist, William Gilbert, wrote a comprehensive book detailing about the magnetic therapy, which resulted in a widespread interest in magnetism. Meanwhile, the 20- century studies supporting the therapeutic uses of magnets include the 1936 research by Albert Davis who discovered that the magnet’s two poles have different biological effects. According to Davis, one pole stimulates the body while the other calms. Russian physicians also reported in 1948 that magnetic treatments help reduce pain after limb amputation. Today, magnetic treatments are widely used around the world. Japanese have been doing extensive studies on magnetic effects, and have now been marketing a number of merchandises, including necklace and bracelets. Europe has been using electrically generated pulsed magnetic forces in some health spas too.
Magnetic therapy is based on the theory that when delivered directly to the body magnetic fields can stimulate healing from a range of health problems, Although its health claims include the treatment of multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, arthritis, insomnia, inflammation, and even cancer and heart disease. Magnets can improve the body’s immune function, mainly used for relief dizziness, palpitation, insomnia, irritability, and dreaminess.
Magnetic therapy is also now being used as an alternative or supplement treatment for a number of ailments, including but not limited to:
● Acute injuries
● Chronic pains
● Neck pain
● Carpal tunnel syndrome
Magnetic therapy is very safe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that static magnetic fields pose no health risks at all. No complications have ever been reported with its proper use. However, Magnetic therapy is not for everyone, particularly those with pacemakers, pumps and other implanted medical devices. So, make sure to consult with your physician before undergoing any magnetic treatment.
The magnets can be used around the computer and other electronic office equipment with care. Do not place magnets directly on a computer. Do not let magnets come in contact with credit cards or other cards that utilize a magnetic strip for scanning, videotapes, or computer diskettes, etc.
One size does not fit all so we offer more than one size. Each bracelet size offered states the actual bracelet size. Choose a bracelet size that is about ½” larger than your actual wrist size. To get wrist size, measure where the arm meets the hand, with a soft tape measure, snug without adding extra. Link bracelets can be resized downward if needed at most jewelry stores. This bracelet is made by Magnet Jewelry Store.