Magnetic Therapy What Is It?
Magnet Therapy is a non-invasive treatment for pain management, with terrific results forÂ pain reliefÂ in returning conditions as Arthritis,Â Fibromylagia and Spinal Disc Diseases as well as providing pain reflief from critical injuries. This treatment is not new, it has been practiced for thousands of years.Â magnets are mentioned
in several of the earliest writings in Egypt, India and Greece.
It is worth more than half a billion dollars in the USA alone, and Australia's now not far behind. Magnetic therapy is believed to boost health benefits by working with and improving the circulatory system. The therapy is thought to increase blood flow and support the body's natural therapeutic process.
It is still extensively used at present as an alternative approach for treating a number of conditions, from arthritis to depression, but there hasn't been any tangible scientific evidence that magnets can heal. Magnetic therapy is commonly
used by professionals and athletes in sports such as golf, athletics, tennis, boxing. It as well is not ment to replace any instructions or prescriptions given by your doctor. Magnetic therapy is also being considered in the treatment of depression and for patients with bipolar disorder.
The most frequently treated ailments for which magnet therapy is used are arthritis, pain, inflammation, muscle tension, migraines, tumors, asthma, allergies, diabetes and a lot of other joints or healing complaints. There are countless prescriptions and over the counter pain relieving drugs obtainable, the attraction of magnet therapy is
that it has no risky side effects. Because the aim of magnetic therapy is to get rid of pain or discomfort; you need to be careful with the use of the magnets. Permanent magnets are applied directly in bandage like devices that cover big or lesser areas of the body, in mattresses, in shoe insoles and many others.
Seeing as magnet treatment is however a fairly new and as yet unproven form of alternative healing in the United States, additional studies will no doubt be carried out.Â Furthermore, magnetic therapy is very handy and can be combined with work and everyday behavior. Doctors who are familiar with this therapy exclaim that it is safe and that trying out a permanent magnet by your self is in effect risk free. Prior to using this as a therapy a person who is pregnant or has a pacemaker or any transplanted electrical device should discuss with their medical doctor initially.
The earlier magnet treatment is used following injury or surgery, the more rapidly and more evident the effects will be. The principle advantage of this type of magnetic healing is that it is somewhat low-cost (compared to the cost of the machines) and effortless to apply; the drawback is that as yet there is no technical evidence of
an effect.Â Nighttime MagneticÂ Treatment is the most effective and dependable as the entire body is being treated whilst sleeping 6-8 hours.
"Without possibilities of a cure magnet therapy is worth a shot".