Posted by IonLoop on October 16, 2014
Magnetic therapy has been used off and on for centuries to treat a variety of conditions. And in the 1970s, when it was discovered that magnetic charges may affect human biological systems, magnetic therapy became a large industry in the U.S. and Europe.
Studies have suggested that magnets may help relieve pain in multiple parts of the body, including knees, hips, wrists, feet, the back and pelvis. Though results have been mixed in this regard, many people report positive effects from magnetic therapy bracelets and other devices.
Multiple methods of applying magnetic therapy vary from clinical-style methods to those used in everyday products like magnetic therapy bracelets, blankets and shoe insoles.
Here are a few ways magnets are used to deliver possible benefits:
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