Magnetic therapy is becoming more and more popular and attracts more media coverage and public attention these days. With the hope of curing their ailments and extensively improve their lives, people buy Magnetic Bed to avail of the health benefits. While it is new to the many, what is important for them to know is that one thing everyone agrees on is Magnetic Bed’s lack of negative side effects of magnets.
The common question that arises when one hears about Magnetic Bed is if it can reduce back pain, treat insomnia and fibromyalgia, and offer comforting sleep at the same time.
To start with, Magnetic Beds use stationary magnets on painful areas of the body. This means that the magnets are permanent. In this way, they don’t lose their power in time.
Magnetic Bed is advertised and sold as having the ability to reduce the cellular stress level in the body that manufacturers say accelerates ageing. Additionally, they have marketed Magnetic Bed as possibly moderating chronic fatigue and sciatica or pain, circulation problems, bone density issues, post polio, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, stress incontinence, erectile dysfunction, migraines, peripheral neuropathy, epilepsy, nicotine addiction, lupus, emphysema and many other ailments and illnesses.
Some researchers say that magnetic therapy works by increasing blood flow to the area they touch by attracting the iron in the blood, by soothing capillary walls, surrounding muscle and connective tissue. This increased blood flow brings more oxygen and nutrients to the injured body part, resulting a much quicker healing.
Some also explain that iron is hurdled to hemoglobin inside our blood cells, thus, it cannot be affected by the existence of any magnetic field produced by a commercial magnet.
As a matter of fact, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS), supporters of Magnetic Bed claim their products can relieve headache and improve blood flow. On the other hand, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have declared that magnets have completely no medicinal importance.
In buying, Magnetic Bed, put to mind that magnetic strength is critical. The higher the magnet strength, measured in Gauss, the better.
There are two methods in measuring magnetic strength:
• Core Gauss or also known as internal Gauss
• Surface Gauss or also known as external Gauss
The magnets in the Magnetic Bed should also be totally pointing north (the magnet’s north, not the actual direction) as this will give you the most benefit. Next, you need to get the highest quality product, for the best possible price. Moreover, Magnetic Bed is not created equally. Quality and design are significant for all Magnetic Bed. Be sure to check the materials the product is made from such as what kind of fabric is in it.
Take into account first the following guidelines before buying Magnetic Bed:
• Easy to place into position
• Must be strong and must last in a reasonable amount of time
• Must be comfortable
The option of the Magnetic Bed sizes is also important as many people sleep on dissimilar size beds. If you want a “King Size” Magnetic Bed, just be sure that you can get a mattress to fit it.
Whether you are convinced in the healing power of Magnetic Bed or not, it is recommended to discuss first with your MD before buying one.