I have been investigating complimentary therapies. What can you tell me about magnets? They work, but how?
Q:I actually wear magnets on my body and feel less pain etc., but how do they work?
More Answers to “I have been investigating complimentary therapies. What can you tell me about magnets? They work, but how?“I don’t know much about that therapy, but I could give you some logic to think of. Blood has iron in it. Iron is attracted to magnets.Good circulation heals, and possibly relieves pain (?).So if you want pain relieved in a certain place, it would be logical to want blood there, so maybe the magnet attracts the iron in the blood, and causes the blood to flow there, or flow more freely or in a different way. Other than that I have no clue why magnets would help you, other than possibly cancelling out neurons that send electrical pulses.
not so sure but theyare able to neutralize the negative energies in the body.
Your blood is full of iron. In theory, the magnets would reallign the iron mollecules in your blood. That might affect the way electrical impulses signaling pain travel from your nerves to your brain.
They work because we are full of electrons, which the magnets attract, giving it sort of a wieghtless era.