Have you heard these phrases but aren’t sure what they are? Or what they mean? Or, maybe it just doesn’t make sense as to why they might make a difference in your health?
Magnetic therapy is a natural way to treat a wide variety of ailments in BOTH humans and in animals. With the use of magnets, magnetic therapy realigns the body’s natural magnetism returning it to normal.
As the body’s natural magnetism is realigned, inflammation in the body is reduced… particularly in areas surrounding injuries. When inflammation is reduced, guess what else is also reduced? The pain that was associated with that inflammation is also reduced!
This is what makes magnetic therapy so great! Less pain! Who doesn’t like that?
Now, how does magnetic or therapeutic jewelry fit into all of this?
Wearing magnetic jewelry regularly is a form of magnetic therapy. When the magnetic strength of a bracelet or necklace is greater than 800 gauss*, there is enough magnetism to realign the body’s natural magnetism and reduce inflammation.
Does this work on a variety of painful conditions? Yes! People with arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraines, back pain, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, and many other painful conditions have found relief from some or all of their pain when consistently wearing therapeutic magnetic jewelry.
Is it safe? Yes. Wearing magnetic therapy jewelry is 100% safe! Additionally, It is drug free and there are no side effects.
I do want to make it clear that wearing magnetic jewelry is not a cure for any of the conditions mentioned in this post. Magnetic jewelry is only used to ease the pain associated with each of these conditions.
If you struggle with pain, give it a try. It’s non-invasive, completely safe, and when compared with medications is not expensive.
If you have any questions about how magnetic jewelry works or if it might be right for you, please leave them in the comments or send to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m always happy to help!
** Gauss is how the strength of a magnet is measured. Each magnetic bead has its own measurement and when all the beads in a piece of jewelry (i.e., bracelet, necklace, anklet, etc) are added together, this is the total gauss measurement for that item.