Mens Black Titanium Double Row 3000 Gauss Magnetic Therapy Bracelet
What Is Magnetic Therapy & Its Benefits
Magnetic therapy is performed by placing static magnets in close proximity to the body. The magnetic field generated by each magnet improves blood circulation. It does so by attracting the iron particles found in haemoglobin - a red protein responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood.
Naturopaths believe that improving blood circulation in this way achieves many health benefits, including faster healing, improved cardiovascular health, reduced inflammation and pain relief.
Unlike many other medical treatments, magnetic therapy is completely pain-free and 100% safe. The magnetic fields generated by magnets are a natural part of the earth and carry no negative side effects. In fact, we are already constantly surrounded by magnetic fields without even knowing it.
Magnetic bracelets simply focus their effect on the body to achieve positive physical and mental health outcomes. A magnetic bracelet can be worn on both wrists to maximise the effectiveness of magnetic therapy for circulation.
Our Magnetic Bracelets offer natural and non-invasive pain relief
You deserve peace and balance. Your body will thank you!
What Is Gauss?
Named after the creator Carl Friedrich Gauss. Gauss is how we measure the strength of magnets. By calculating the mass and length we can determine how strong a magnet is.
Represented by the letter G or term gauss we can see how strong a magnet is.
Why Choose A Willis Judd Magnetic Therapy Bracelet
Each Willis Judd Bracelet comes with Super Strong 3000 Gauss Magnets. We know these magnets are the strongest magnets available in jewelry. How do we know this? Easy, unlike other magnetic jewelry sellers we source our magnets from magnet specialist who independently test all our magnets for us ensuring we are always selling the best quality, highest strength product.
DO NOT use magnetic therapy if you: have a pacemaker, defibrillator, insulin pump, or any other implanted electro-medical device; are pregnant; have received a localized cortisone injection within the past 2 weeks over the same area.
Note that this list is not exhaustive and not guaranteed to have effect