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A Natural Analgesic: Auris Therapy Magnets !

Magnetic therapy, a law of physics or how magnetic therapy helps to relieve pain

 
 
Blood vessel placed in magnetic field
Blood vessel placed in magnetic field
PRLog - Jul. 1, 2014 - How the body makes its own morphine

Magnetic induction
is a physical phenomenon that occurs when an electrical current passes through a conductor as it moves in a magnetic field. This phenomenon is sometimes referred to as “the 3 fingers of the right hand rule” or also known as Faraday's law. It explores the relationship between the direction of the electrical force, the orientation of the static magnetic field and the direction of the moving conductor. When we apply magnets to the body's paintful area, the blood becomes the moving conductor, and therefore where the electrical charges are produced. These electrical charges cause the natural pain relieving substances to be produced.

AURIS® therapy magnets - the best of the magnetic therapy

Auris has chosen the latest generation of neodymium magnets due to their high magnetic performance.  Therapy magnets are either combined with body supports, such as kneepads, back belts, elbow supports, neck supports etc. or available in magnet sets that can be placed directly on the skin using adhesive pads (Medimag® range).

Each of these treatments is highly effective and it is simply a question of choosing the type that best suits your own requirements, that is the one that you will use and not end up hidden away in a cupboard.

Visit the Auris magnetic website to make your own choice : http://www.aurismagnetic.co.uk

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