How to coordinate magnetic jewelry with other jewelry

Magnetic jewelry is pretty enough on its own, but depending on your outfit or preferences, you may find that you want to wear other types of jewelry in addition to your magnetic jewelry. We recommend trying to pick complementing pieces of jewelry, and to follow the traditional fashion rule that one piece should make a “statement” by being bold, brightly colored, or elaborately designed; and other jewelry worn in conjunction with that statement piece should be more simply stated. Here are a few examples of magnetic jewelry that clearly makes a statement: And here are some more simplistic pieces: Happy …

Magnet therapy & arthritis

Magnet therapy is a centuries-old practice that the Romans and even Egyptians practiced. How exactly magnet therapy was discovered isn’t something experts are entirely certain about, but one thing is for sure: magnet therapy may help with the pain and inflammation associated with arthritis for some people. Magnets may work by improving blood flow, thus increasing circulation. The fields from magnets as well as the heat they produce is what stimulates blood flow and better oxygenation for cells. One of the great things about magnetic therapy is how non-invasive it is. Also, no prescriptions are required, and you can try …

Magnet Jewelry: Is it effective?

The great thing about magnet jewelry for some people is that you don’t have to wear a lot of it, or you may not have to wear it for a very long time, before you may begin to experience positive effects (besides looking pretty and stylish). While magnet therapy is considered by some to be an “invisible therapy”, it’s considered by others to be helpful for a variety of ailments as well as general aches, pains, and feelings of fatigue. For specific conditions, such as arthritis, it’s often best(not always) to wear magnet jewelry that can target specific areas. For …

3 Benefits of Magnet Jewelry

Magnet jewelry isn’t just pretty – it’s can also be quite functional!  All around the world, and for a very long time, magnets have been used for various therapeutic purposes for both people and animals. The Romans and the Egyptians are believed to be the first to discover the healing properties of magnets. Here are just three reasons why you should add a piece or two of magnetic jewelry to your collection: Improved Circulation Blood flow to the fingers and toes may be increased by as much as 300% when there is exposure to a magnetic field, such as that …

Easy Jewelry Storage Solutions

While jewelry may be small and not take up a lot of space, multiple pieces of jewelry easily tangle together. Who hasn’t had a wad of necklaces or bracelets to pick apart on at least one occasion? Well, we scoured the internet, and here are a few easy solutions for storing your jewelry: Plastic snack bags Small snack bags cost only pennies per bag, but can provide priceless tangle-free storage and easy visibility! Curtain rod + curtain hooks Use a curtain rod and shower curtain hooks as a versatile vertical storage solution! Jewelry tree Pretty on their own, jewelry trees …

Soothe achy feet with magnetic shoe insoles

Shoe inserts for some people have been proving themselves as effective in the support of aching feet and relief from aches and pains associated with being on one’s feet for too long, or helping with poor circulation, or having existing conditions that can make standing or walking for long periods of time painful. Why not give magnetic shoe insoles a try? Available for women in sizes 5 to 9, and for men in sizes 7 to 12, these insoles feature complete magnet coverage as well as special nodules that massage key points of the foot. Simply slip into your existing …

Try magnetic spot therapy

Magnet therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions, and while necklaces and bracelets can provide magnetism for certain areas of the body, others may not be quite as reachable. But with spot-specific magnet therapy, courtesy of Magnetic Spot Magnets, you can easily introduce magnet therapy to specific areas of the body. By using rare earth magnets that are small in size yet still quite strong, you’ll be utilizing a strong form of natural therapy that has helped many people alleviate pain, nausea, and other discomfort. This 10-pack of 2500 guass strength rare earth magnets come with self-adhesive patches, …

Relieve motion sickness with magnetic jewelry

Motion sickness can cause significant nausea and dizziness, but some studies suggest that the simple addition of a magnetic piece of jewelry can be sufficient in combating motion sickness by stimulating certain pressure points. Treating certain physical maladies with the stimulation of pressure points is known as acupuncture, but why walk around with pins sticking out of you when you can wear a pretty piece of jewelry instead? For the ladies, try the open All Stainless Steel Gold End Magnetic Bracelet: And for men as well as women who like a thicker style of bracelet, consider the Stainless Steel Magnetic …

4 Popular New Years Resolutions for 2014

Hello 2014! Who else is excited for a new year? The start of a new year is always refreshing and rejuvenating giving people the choice to make positive changes, lifestyles and decisions. What is your new years resolution? Although many choose to loose weight, work out often or eat healthy, many others are making smaller strides towards a healthier lifestyle. Here are a few popular new years resolutions from this year, any look familiar? 1. Get a better education – furthering one’s education is always something to stride for. This is one of the top resolutions of 2014 2. Get …

3 Way to Find the Right Size for Your Magnetic Bracelet

When it comes to magnetic jewelry, especially bracelets, finding the correct size is crucial. Your magnetic bracelet should fit comfortably, because if it doesn’t it will probably sit on your dresser instead of on your wrist. There are a few size variations, depending on the type of bracelet you are shopping for. A link style stainless steel magnetic bracelet or hematite magnetic bracelet should be larger than your actual wrist size. Follow these 3 ways to find the right size for your next magnetic bracelet. 1. Measure Yourself – it’s important to measure yourself with a tape measure. Wrap the …