Where do we go wrong in life when we don’t understand what is good for us and what isn’t? Why do we struggle to let things go? Why do we have to hang on to things?
Today I am going to try pushing myself out of my comfort zone. Anyone with me ?
There are two main ways that magnets can be used to speed recovery from injury and ill health. Magnets can either be placed directly on the body at the pain point or surround the body to improve the flow of blood to all areas.
By using magnet healing on specific points a whole range of common ailments can be treated such as back pain, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism and sports injuries.
When the magnet is placed on and around the affected area any soft tissue will lengthen and help to relax the ligament or muscle that has been damaged or traumatised. Usually an injured site on the body, whether it be a sports injury or arthritis, is surrounded by swelling and inflammation. When a magnet is placed on the area and the muscle and tissue relaxes the blood flow that has been blocked from the damaged site is then allowed in and the body can start its own healing.
This means the body then ‘kick starts’ its own beta-endorphin (pain relieving) system.
The second way that magnets can be used on the body is to generally improve the flow of blood around the whole body. This is achieved when the molecules in the blood react to the magnetic energy field produced by the magnets.
Magnets encourage healing in such a wonderfully dramatic way. Why not see if it could work for you. What have you got to loose .…..
Magnet Healing is quietly finding its place in the world of complimentary medicine again when it comes to treating lower back pain and other musculoskeletal problems such as rheumatism and arthritis.
Often, when the little golden magnets are placed on the affected area, and the healing energy is released , relief can be obtained within minutes.
If this cold and damp weather is bringing out the aches and pains in you, why not book a healing session to see if the magnets can bring about a change for you.
You may just be surprised.