It is believed that the discovery of magnetism was made many hundred years before Christ. The lodestone, a stone with the power to attract, was discovered by the Greeks in 800 B.C. Chinese sailors were able to recognize the directive properties of a magnet and used it for compass purposes. William Gilbert (1540-1603 A.D.), a famous physician and president of England’s Royal College of Physicians, was the first Englishman ever to conduct a scientific study of magnetism and electricity. Michael Faraday (1791-1867), an English scientist and chemist, made revolutionary discoveries about electromagnetism, and electromagnetic induction, in the 19th century. Magnets have been used to heal modern society for more than 200 years.
Every magnet is surrounded with a magnetic field. The strength and size of a magnet determine the effectiveness and power of this magnetic field. The magnetic field’s penetration depth will depend on the size and strength of the magnet. The magnetic field can have a therapeutic impact on cell metabolism depending on its power, duration and area. According to magnet therapists the polarity plays an important part in the use of permanent magnets. The healing properties of the north pole of a permanent magnetic magnet are more apparent than those of the south pole. Injuries and wounds can be worsened by the south pole. The south pole is best for plant life, to accelerate germination and growth. Plasma, platelets, and red and white blood cells make up human blood.
The plasma contains about 90% water and the red, white and platelets are suspended within the plasma. The red color of blood is due to hemoglobin, a protein molecule found in red blood cells. Hemoglobin is mainly made up of iron. It is interesting that hemoglobin can combine with oxygen in the lungs, and then it can give oxygen back to cells that are deficient in oxygen. These cells are paramagnetic because of the iron in red blood cells. Therefore, magnetic fields can influence them.
A magnet attracts blood to the contact area when it comes into contact with the body. The hemoglobin in blood brings oxygen to the affected area and initiates healing. Flux, which is a strong magnetic energy, can penetrate deep into muscles and bones to help the body fight and defeat diseases and restore health. Dr. Bansal is a well-known magneto therapist and director of the Indian Institute of Magneto Therapy. He also wrote “Magneto Therapy: The Self-Help Book”. There are many ways to treat different diseases with strong magnets. He used a pair four-inch diameter, one-inch thick permanent magnets in his practice. To distinguish the poles, the magnet’s north pole is usually marked with a color blue. The south pole side is marked with a color red.
Each magnet would have a magnetic strength of 3000-4000 Gauss. To get the best results, place the magnets on a piece of wooden wood and sit down on a wooden chair. For diseases above the navel, place the palms of your right and left hands on the north poles of one magnet. Repeat this process three times per day for 15-30 minutes. For example, to treat asthma, acne, cough, and colds. For diseases below the navel, place the soles of your right and left feet on the north poles of each magnet for 15-30 minutes each. Repeat this three times daily.
Gout, low blood flow, and arthritis of the feet and ankles are all possible treatments. This is a great option for those who spend a lot time at their desk. Set up two magnets underneath your desk. For diseases that affect the right side of your body, place the palm of your right hand on one magnet’s north pole and the sole of your right foot on the South pole. Repeat this process three times per day for 15-30 minutes. To treat pains on the right side. For diseases of the left side of your body, place the palm of your left hand on one magnet’s north pole and the sole of your left foot on the magnet’s south pole for 15-30 minutes, three times per day.
To treat pains on the left side. For diseases of digestion: Place the palm of your right hand on one magnet’s north pole and the sole of your left foot on the south pole. Repeat this three times daily for 15-30 minutes. This treatment helps the stomach and liver, and can help with gastric problems and abdominal pains. Magnetic wraps for elbows, knees, wrists and back are available in a variety of sizes and strengths. It can be difficult to find the right pair of strong magnets for your application, as we have explained. These magnets can also be used for making magnetized water.
The most common risk factors for arthritis are frequent exercise, carrying heavy loads and early signs of aging. The bone structure may be affected by overstretching, straining, and bending the joints. Inflammation of joints can cause pain in the hips and spine, as well as the fingers and knees. Construction workers, plumbers, carpenters, and others who work in physical strain are all candidates for arthritis. These workers are candidates for arthritis. Overuse of joints without rest breaks between strenuous activities can lead to joint injuries. You may experience backaches, stiffness, or pain in your hips and fingers as a result.
These symptoms can be temporary or permanent depending on whether they are caused by fatigue. It could be a sign that something is seriously wrong if they happen all the time. You may have arthritis. An inflamed joint is known as arthritis. There are many types of arthritis, including rheumatoid and gouty arthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most common. Osteoarthritis, also known as wear-and-tear arthritis or degenerative joint disease, affects the cartilage of a particular joint. It can also be caused by an active disease process that causes joint degeneration.
The cartilage’s smooth layer covers protects it from physical strain. This can cause damage to the cartilage surface. Osteoarthritis is a chronic joint disease that causes bone pains, decreased mobility, and impaired function. If you are a member of an arthritic family, you may inherit the disease as you age. As we age, our cartilage becomes less flexible and more fragile. This can lead to arthritis. Obesity is a risk factor. Joint damage could also be caused by the heavy body weight that the joints support.