Father’s Day Gift Idea; Magnetic Bracelet

Fathers Day is Sunday, June 15th this year. One of my favorite days of the year. We get to appreciate and spend time with the special men in our life who have made a big impact on the people we become. Barbecuing  and relaxing in the yard is what many families do on this day.  Often we also buy presents for our Dad’s and husbands. Do you have a gift yet for your Father or Husband?  Instead of the tired old tie why not a magnetic bracelet? The Magnet Jewelry Store has some great designs for men that he will …

Triple Power Hematite Magnets

At Magnet Jewelry Store we offer double and single strand hematite magnetic bracelets that are made to order. These triple power hematite magnets are comfortable worn and fastened with a 5000 gauss rare earth magnet clasp and very strong stainless steel jewelry wire. Both single strand and double strand hematite magnetic bracelets come in a variety of bead styles and can also be paired with natural stones. These bracelets are custom made for your wrist so please measure your wrist carefully and order with your actual wrist size in inches against the skin without adding extra. We make the bracelets …

Magnetic therapy: then and now

 Magnetic therapy has a long history that dates back to the ancient times. The fields created by magnets are the strongest force known to man, and the power of these magnets has long been used for health purposes – both for people and animals. In ancient Egyptian times, Egyptians would place special stones known as lodestones on their bodies and in their homes, and relied on these stones to preserve beauty and youth. The father of modern medicine, Paracelsus, spoke of magnet therapy as essential in influencing the body’s “life force”, and promoted magnet therapy as a health benefit. Today …

Magnetic therapy, an alternative medicine option

Alternative medicine is a broad term that refers to health-oriented treatments that don’t necessarily utilize medications. Magnet therapy falls under this category, since it is non-invasive, and also a treatment that can be done in the comfort of your own home. With magnetic theory, users are operating on the theory that the strong magnetic fields created by magnets can lead to an increase in blood circulation, which has the potential to help with cell growth, renewal, and health. Some doctors recommend magnetic therapy, some are neutral about it, and some have never heard of it. If you’re considering it for …

Magnetic fields: healthy vs. unhealthy

When looking at magnetic jewelry, you have no doubt come across terms like polarity and fields. Polarity refers to the electric current created between the north (positive) and south (negative) poles on a magnetic. But then there are the magnetic fields to consider. Every day your body is exposed to magnetic fields – many of them unhealthy ones. These fields come in the form of pollution and smog, as well as electromagnetic fields created by appliances such as cell phones and microwaves, and health devices such as x-ray machines. While some unhealthy magnetic fields are just about impossible to avoid, …

The basics of magnet therapy

Magnet therapy is not a new type of therapy, though in earlier times most people simply used magnetic discs placed strategically on and around the body. These days, magnetic jewelry is quite fashionable and very much a mainstream choice, and it’s easy to see why: jewelry is always “in”, and enables the wearer to take part in magnetic therapy in a comfortable, unobtrusive manner. Magnet therapy works by generating a small current via the presence of positive and negative poles. The resulting effect, known as polarity, can increase blood flow, which means bringing more oxygen to the area where the …

How can magnetic jewelry help?

Magnetic therapy has the potential to help individuals in a variety of ways. For aches and pains, it’s thought that magnetic therapy via the placement of magnetic jewelry or simply magnetized discs works by increasing blood flow to the area. Since a lack of blood flow deprives the body of oxygen, and the result is pain, by increasing blood flow with the use of magnets, more oxygen is delivered to that area of the body. If you’re considering magnetic therapy, take a look at our extensive selection of necklaces and bracelets. We carry many fashionable selections that will fit every …

Reduce anxiety with magnetic therapy

 We all experience anxiety over important events or uncertain situations. But for people with anxiety disorder, even everyday life can be fraught with anxiety. Anxiety causes feelings of worry, fear, and irritation. Anxiety can cause a rapid pulse and erratic heart rate, goose bumps, nausea and vomiting, abdominal cramping and pain, flashbacks, and nightmares. For people who suffer from anxiety disorder, the constant anxiety over the unknown and even the known can be debilitating. There are a variety of treatments for anxiety, though while treatments help manage the worst of the symptoms, they rarely cure. Treatments include therapy, exercise, and …

Can magnetic therapy relieve Fibromyalgia pain?

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. …

Get migraine relief with a magnetic necklace

The changing of the seasons means a transition from warm to cool or cool to warm. And for people who are prone to migraines, that means encountering weather-related head pain. It’s thought that sudden abrupt changes in barometric pressure — such as what occurs in the hours leading up to a snow storm or severe thunderstorms — can trigger migraines, though it’s not entirely understood why air pressure changes, which have little effect on the rest of our bodies, would cause so much head pain. But those barometer increases and decreases can have those of us who are migraine-prone to …