There’s a lot of debate as to the validity of technology claims that health bracelets manufacturers make. There are a number of studies that attest the effectiveness and healing power of health bracelets and others that discount them as a mere placebos. The fact of the matter is that people do benefit from wearing health bracelets is there’s plenty of proof of that around.
What we call health bracelets, for the purposes of this post, are bracelets that are more than just a fashionable accessory as they contain a technology which contribute to one’s health. At IonLoop, we have no intention of scamming our customers. On the contrary, we seek to provide as much information about our technology as we can to allow users to know exactly what they can expect from our bracelets.
We constantly seek studies and testimonials of users that have experienced the benefits of negative ions and magnetic therapy and make this information available on our website and blog. So, if you are looking for a source of credible information about health bracelets, you found it.
Negative Ion Research
The most recent study has been conducted by Dr. Michael Caine Ph.D. to test the effectiveness of a compression shirt with negative ion properties developed by Canterbury, an athletic wear manufacturer in New Zealand. Dr. Caine was chosen to conduct this research for his experience in Sports and Exercise Science. The study found that the shirts delivered a 2.7% improvement in athletes “peak power” in short bursts of high impact exercise on cycling machines. Caine recommended further testing to be made but, admits that the results represent a “statistically significant improvement.”
Columbia University has also conducted a study that found negative ion treatments are as effective as Prozac and Zolof on SAD patients.
Magnetic Therapy Research
Magnetic therapy has been widely used in Japan and China for many years and has recently become popular in the United States and Europe. Since 2008, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS, to treat depression. This non-invasive device, beams magnetic pulses through the skull and brings positive results to patients that saw no results in traditional treatments.
There are hundreds of clinical trials that show the positive effects of magnets for a series of ailments. Most notability we found that magnetic therapy can be beneficial for arthritic pain (Baylor College, 1997), diabetic foot pain (New York Medical College), and fibromyalgia (Tufts University School of Medicine). The Baylor’s Institute for Rehabilitation Research in Houston TX has also conducted testing on post-polio patients with impressive results.
So, as you can see, the studies are there to suggest that negative ion technology, magnetic therapy and health bracelets should not be unconditionally discounted as bunk. Moreover, you can always go to our Fan Page and check out the testimonials of our customers and the results each of them achieved.