An Introduction to Magnetic Jewelry And Its Benefits Part 2

The first part of our introduction to magnetic jewelry covered the basic points on what materials it can be made out of, and what types of jewelry you'll find for sale. We also talked about the basics of magnetic therapy, and how it can have an effect on health. We also mentioned how it is extremely popular in many parts of the world for pain relief.

In this second part of our discussion, I'll cover some of the theories on how magnetic therapy relieves pain and inflammation. I'll also talk about the reported benefits, some warnings, and what to look for before you buy.

If you're just learning about magnetic jewelry for the first time, you're probably starting to realize why so many people use it. If you've been considering magnetic jewelry for a while, you already know that pain relief may be just a bracelet or anklet away. Magnetic Jewelry is recognized for reducing pain due to injuries, old or new, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and during or after athletic activities.

Some research shows that pain is often linked with poor circulation and a lack of oxygen in the affected area. When there's swelling, fluids are trapped in the affected area and cell wastes are not carried away as efficiently as they should be. It's been said that the magnets in the jewelry help to relieve pain and inflammation by increasing blood flow to the affected area.

Magnetic therapy experts warn that many people who don't experience relief are simply are not using these products in the right way. Make sure that you purchase the right magnetic jewelry for the right purpose, and that you use it properly.

Magnetic bracelets are intended to relieve muscle and joint pain in the fingers, hands, wrists, elbows, arms and shoulders. Magnetic necklaces are designed to relieve muscle and joint pain in the shoulders and upper back, as well as relieve headaches. Anklets are intended to work the lower part of the body including the feet, ankles, legs, and possibly the hips.

Magnetic earringsare used to relieve ear, neck, and jaw pain,and sometimes headaches as well. Magnets can also be made into rings, and are used to ease pain in the fingers and hands. Often, due to the strength and number of magnets, a bracelet or necklace is a better choice than a ring or an earring.

Always ensure that you buy the jewelry with the strongest and largest number of magnets available. Always ensure that you wear the jewelry as close to the skin as possible, without being uncomfortable. Always ensure that you wear the jewelry as close to the pain as possible, and wear it 24 hours per day, 7 days per week until the pain is gone. This way, you experience continuous benefits, rather than sporadic as with some other pain relief products.

Numerous health benefits have been reported due to the use of magnets. You should be aware, though, that a number of bogus companies have made outrageous claims, and are selling inferior product.

While most people do not have a problem using magnetic jewelry, you should check with your doctor if you have any health concerns, including: if you have a pacemaker, are pregnant, have any metal in your body, or have other serious health conditions. Magnets should never be considered as a substitute for professional health care.

Among the benefits reported by people who use magnets, are less pain and stiffness in the joints and muscles, reduced allergy symptoms, more restful sleep, fewer headaches, and an overall feeling of well-being.

We have many repeat customers, and many of these bring us new customers as referrals. This positive response from hundreds of customers is on of the best indications of effectiveness.

A number of doctors, such as Dr. Ronald Lawrence, had positive personal experiences with magnets, which led them to try it on their patients. These doctors have found that many patients have experienced substantial pain relief as a result of wearing magnetic jewelry.

Throughout the world, magnetic therapy has been widely used as an alternative treatment to help relieve pain. Normally, however, you can't take your therapy with you. Since magnetic jewelry is portable, your therapy can be delivered to the painful area 24 hours per day. Couple this with the fact that it can also be a stylish accessory, and you have two good reasons why it is so popular.

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