Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder that doctors and patients alike are still learning about. Currently there is no known cure for Fibromyalgia, but the widespread muscle and joint pain caused by the condition can be managed with a variety of medications and therapies. One such therapy that is thought to help some sufferers of Fibromyalgia pain is magnetic therapy.
According to a recent Healthline publication, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (or rTMS), during which strong magnets are used to stimulate the brain, has shown some success in alleviating the physical pain and emotional distress that Fibromyalgia is thought to cause.
While there is currently no known cure for Fibromyalgia, if you or someone you know suffers frequent episodes of muscle and joint pain, tenderness, or tightness due to Fibromyalgia, consider giving magnet therapy a try. Strong magnetic necklaces such as hematite magnetic necklaces may provide targeted
relief for the head and neck. From support wraps for the wrists to shoe insoles for feet and legs, a targeted approach to magnetic therapy may provide pain relief.