Magnetic Healing Bracelets

Magnetic Healing Bracelets are not simply good looking jewelry! They also have been said by many to have mystical and magical healing powers. It has been claimed they can help numerous ailments including their most common, arthritis, especially painful arthritis, where magnetic healing bracelets are often used and seem to add its components and design add momentum to healing process!

We heard some medical practioners and doctors have even suggested patients try wearing magnetic healing bracelets for therapy - which also make for good locking and unique jewelry! Please look at our sponsored-sites, including Web Medical Doctor for health & wellness education and general health knowledge.

Many studies have shown that magnets are an effective, drug-free way to reduce pain from arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, sore joints and muscles and reduce high blood pressure. MAGNET treatment therapy dates back to Cleopatra . . . she stuck them on her head to help preserve her beauty. Former President Bill Clinton uses magnetic therapy bracelets for backache pain.

Magnetic Therapy Bracelets are available in Gold/Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel and Titanium. Most Magnetic Therapy Bracelets have high-power magnets for effective pain relief.

Do Magnetic Bracelets Ease Arthritis Pain?

Although the idea of magnetic therapy has been around for centuries, the use of magnetic bracelets to ease pain is a hot topic in medical news today.

According to the December 2004 issue of the British Medical Journal, one study concluded that wearing magnetic bracelets can significantly reduce the pain of arthritis. With Celebrex and Vioxx recently called into question as treatments for arthritis, the study is good news to the over 70 million Americans suffering from the disease.

Arthritis affects one in three adults in the United States, and over half of those feel that there is nothing that can be done to ease their pain. Many of those who used to take Vioxx or Celebrex are currently choosing to suffer in silence, confused about the best medication to take. This is a crying shame. There are a number of alternative pain management techniques--including massage, acupuncture, ice/heat treatments, mindfulness training, and magnetic therapy—and now is a perfect time to test them.

In the study published in the British Medical Journal, researchers acknowledged the need for more research regarding the placebo effect. We know that believing in any particular remedy is more likely to create a positive subjective report of improvement. It’s also true that taking any kind of action to alleviate pain results in some sense of ease.

Does the placebo effect play a role in magnetic therapy? Of course it does, just as it plays a role in the effectiveness of medication. Does this mean the therapy isn’t useful? No. If it works, it works and isn’t that what you really care about?

If you’re considering wearing magnetic bracelets to test the idea of magnetic therapy, here are some points to keep in mind:

If you’re suffering from the pain of arthritis, you might as well try magnetic therapy. It can’t hurt, and it might really help. And that’s what matters.


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