Humans have long wondered: How do magnets heal the body? Can they reverse the effects of severe injury or disease? Researchers have been debating the power of this magnetic force ever since it was discovered around 1920.
Many people have raised questions about how a force that exerts such a strong attraction on metals and their constituent elements can actually be good for the human body. After all, there are several metals that are known to promote good health and energy levels: Nickel, Tin, Chromium, and Iron.
Magnets and the health of the body
However, there is still some disagreement among scientists about how this magnetic force affects the human body. Some studies have indicated that magnets could increase blood circulation in the body, while other studies have pointed out that there is no connection between the magnets and the health of the body. Still others have argued that magnets have an effect on the brain, but this has also been disputed, as there are other theories about how the brain functions.
One of the biggest debates revolves around the effect that magnets have on bones. The debate centers around the idea that because magnets repel each other, it follows that magnets can cause repulsion on the surface of bones. This is the theory of traditional medicine: that magnets exert a pushing force that acts toward the area where they are attached.
The theories range from weak electrical currents, to subtle movements, to heat, and even tingling sensations. It is difficult to say whether any of these effects happen as a result of magnets, although the stronger magnets seem to exert the greatest pulling force. If you think about it, the fact that magnets repel each other may make it impossible to tell whether a magnet acts in a harmful way.
How do magnets heal the body?
How do magnets influence the various parts of the human body? First of all, let us look at how magnets work in the laboratory. Magnetic power generators are one of the most popular attractions that utilize the power of magnets. These generators produce an enormous amount of electricity using magnets. The motors that are incorporated within these generators are so powerful that they can even move an airplane.
The magnets inside the generator push the magnets in the power circle together. This attracts iron ions, which causes them to push against each other. When the iron ions are pushed together, they become larger than their smaller counterparts, becoming bound to the skin. As this occurs, the skin heals. The process of magnetism may sound complicated, but it actually is a rather simple process.
One way that this healing occurs is by allowing blood to circulate and oxygen to be delivered to all areas of the body. Magnets have long been thought to stimulate the body’s immune system, and to stimulate the healing process.