How Magnetic Therapy Works
In recent years the concept of Magnetic Therapy has begun to receive the recognition and acceptance that it deserves. Although magnets have been used as healing aids for many centuries, it is only in the last decade that doctors and scientists have begun to fully appreciate the therapeutic qualities of magnets.
Taking into consideration that the functions of the human body are essentially biomagnetic, and each cell has a positive and negative magnetic field, it is understandable how magnets can enhance these fields, thereby improving various cellular and body functions, which ultimately promote healing.
Research supports the following conclusions regarding Magnetic Therapy:
- Magnetic Therapy positively affects blood circulation, by oxygenising it and enhancing the nutrient carrying potential of the blood.
- Magnetic Therapy can speed up the migration of calcium ions to facilitate the healing of damaged tissue and bone. Therefore, it can also remove the pathological build-up of calcium which is often associated with Arthritis.
- Magnetic Therapy can powerfully influence the production of certain hormones from the various endocrine glands.
- Magnetic Therapy can stimulate and foster enzyme activity and other physiological processes.