Magnetic Therapy Posts

Do you need prompting to remember to use your Q magnets if you are in need of pain relief?

You wouldn’t believe how many times we hear customers say… “I put up with this pain for weeks, before the lights went on and I remembered my Q magnets!” Q magnets can potentially provide comfort or localized temporary relief of minor aches and pains without the complication of many other treatments.

Now that you have your own set of Q magnets for ongoing use, there are so many applications.  So instead of reaching for the systemic aspirin and/or anti inflammatories you can now use your Q magnets specifically over the affected areas.

The suggested placements can work very well and are an excellent guide to placing them correctly.  Simple aches and pains can potentially be relieved in a few minutes by simply placing them over the injured area.

Magnetic Field Therapy – Paradoxically, few people are actually well informed about it.

In a journey through the history of magnetotherapy, Giordano, et al. (2009) concluded that…

Magnetotherapy has been applied and continues to be applied in many branches and fields of medicine,

and

Magnetotherapy has so many fields of application in medicine, we may therefore ask why doubts, prejudice and limitations to its therapeutic use still exist? The answer may be that although many people prescribe and use magnetotherapy, paradoxically, few people are actually well informed about it.

Why Q magnets are a such a great therapy to try and self-manage pain..

 

Recently The Lancet published a comprehensive review on effectively managing pain. It said…

…use of more than one class of analgesic drug or technique concurrently—multimodal analgesia—or adjunct complementary therapies could hold promise in the future.

The fact is, there has been very little progress in the treatment of non-cancer pain in the past 10-20 years and pharmaceutical companies are even leaving the area.

Static Magnetic Fields May Have an Anti-inflammatory Effect at The Cellular Level.

 

This in-vitro (cell study) experiment demonstrated convincing evidence that exposure to a strong, inhomogeneous static magnetic field (iSMF) for up to 24 hrs has a significant inhibitory effect on the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines IL-6, IL-8, and TNF-α from macrophages as compared to negative, untreated control. There is also evidence that low-dose naloxone with morphine has a similar effect of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines (Lin, et al. 2010).  This suggests that the action of iSMF-exposure may be similar to that of serum morphine.

 

Concentration of Interleuken-6 released from macrophages

Concentration of Interleuken-6 released from macrophages

Magnetic Field Therapy Used to Help Quit Smoking and with Eating Disorders…

The conference Neuroscience 2013 included a presentation on a powerful electro magnet with a therapy known as repeated transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to target the two regions of the brain associated with nicotine addiction – the prefrontal cortex and the insula cortex.

A BBC article says

“The researchers say the therapy may be changing the brains hardwired response to smoking “cues”. and

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