Neodymium Magnet Therapy 101: Everything You Need To Know

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The use of Magnets for healing and curing diseases is no longer novel these days. For years now, healers and believers alike have already ventured into addressing a variety of health problems through magnet as an alternative to the conventional medical therapies provided by health practitioners and professionals. As healing tools, magnets have already become a topic of great interest as shown by the increasing number of magnetic products and even news stories discussing them as a viable alternative to traditional medicine.

Perhaps what’s making people more curious, is the fact that these magnets use different metals when attempting to address health problems. It comes as a surprise to the consumers that what they might be looking for as cure half their lives, are in fact already provided by nature and need not be as costly as they thought it would be. Although the most common of the metal magnets used in the therapy are flexible rubber, ceramic, and neodymium, the last one is the least popular of the three, so we’ll focus on Neodymium on this article.

If you’ve never heard of it before, Neodymium is the second most abundant of the rare-earth elements, even almost as abundant as copper. Main areas where it could be found are Brazil, China, USA, India, Sri Lanka and Australia. When it comes to magnetic treatment, Neodymium is capable of storing the most magnetic energy and produces the strongest magnets. It is also perhaps the reason why it is called The ‘King’ of Magnets. It is a classic favorite among manufacturers because it is easy to make creatively designed magnetic therapy bracelets with it. Since Neodymium is a powerful magnet, even the thinnest sheet of it will suffice and facilitate the treatment. Thus, you need not be stuck with the bulkiest designs just to get a high magnetic force. You can get to have a sleek and chic design for a bracelet without losing the strength of magnetism that makes the bracelet therapy effective. Neodymium also colors glasses in several shades, which can range from pure violet through deep red and warm gray tones — a beautiful accessory and an effective therapy, indeed!

Here are a few more benefits and wonders of neodymium magnet therapy:

Known as permanent magnets which can hold their fields for up to 15 years

✓ High resistance to demagnetization, unlike most other types

✓ Over 10x stronger than strongest ceramic magnets

✓ With core rating of 12,300 and a surface gauss of 1,200 capable of impacting up to 3-4 inches on the skin in radius and in-depth

✓ Proper for areas such as back, knees, hips, shoulders

✓ Helps alleviate pain

✓ Improves circulation

✓ Speeds up healing of bone fractures

✓ Speeds up recovery in sports injuries

✓ Eases migraines and headaches

✓ Enhances the mobility of arthritic joints

✓ Reduces bruising and swelling

✓ The strongest treatment for the following:

  • arthritis
  • tendinitis
  • carpal tunnel
  • bursitis
  • tendonitis
  • frozen shoulders

Whether you are interested in trying out magnetic therapy or simply want to explore other magnet types aside from ceramic and rubber, Neodymium could prove to be worth it and effective.

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