History of magnets
How do magnets work?
Magnetic strength and measurement
Uses of magnets for common ailments
Application of magnetic therapy
Magnetic Therapy Research
Animals and Magnetic therapy
Painkillers And Their Side-Effects
How Healthy Are You?
Magnetic strength, types and measurement
North and Sole poles.
There are many conflicting opinions regarding the use of north or south pole
magnets. Both poles of a magnet have beneficial properties.
The south pole, also known as the negative side, and often coloured blue or
black, has calming, soothing and reducing properties.
The north pole, also known as the positive side, and often coloured red, has
stimulating, healing and growth properties.
If you have a chronic ailment you will most probably have the needs of both
poles properties at some point. You can achieve this in 2 ways:
1. Use unipolar magnets ( one pole only on each side) and start with the south
pole and then after a period if time turn the magnet over and treat the injury
with the north pole.
2. Use bipolar magnets (both north and south poles on the same side of the
magnet) and treat the injury with both poles at the same time.
The controversy revolves around the unipolar versus bipolar debate. Advocates of
unipolar magnets say that you must only expose one pole to the body at any one
time and there should be a resting period of 2-3 weeks in between changing
poles. This means that healing time can be greatly increased as the first
application of the south pole will reduce inflammation and sooth pain but your
body must then wait 2-3 weeks to receive the stimulation to heal and encourage
new cellular growth. The other main drawback of unipolar magnets is that an
individual can be responsive to only one of the poles. If this happens and you
start by using the pole that you are unresponsive to then you may test that pole
for 3-4 weeks, with out any benefit, then you must remove the magnet and wait
another 2-3 weeks before testing the opposing pole.
The main benefit of unipolar magnets is that, a small percentage of people
experience adverse effects, like sickness or dizziness with a particular pole
and when this occurs the person should not use that pole. Unipolar magnets allow
you to use only on pole at a time so it is then easy to avoid the pole that does
not agree with you.
Advocates of bipolar magnets state that as the body will normally require
properties from both the north and the south side of the magnet a mush faster
and more beneficial result will be achieved when using both poles together at
the same time. You do not have to rest in between poles and because both poles
are working to reduce , sooth plus promoting healing and new cell growth the
overall length of time an injury takes to resolve is greatly reduced with
There is also an argument that states:
All magnets have a north and a south pole, therefore if you place a small magnet
on a person, whilst one pole will be in contact with the skin, the other pole
may only be a few millimetres away, and as the magnetic field will curl around
the magnet one pole will be balanced by the other.
The main disadvantage of bipolar magnets is that if for some reason you are
unable to use a particular pole, for example if you have cancer and are
undergoing chemotherapy you would not be able to use the north pole as it
promotes new cell growth and the aim of chemotherapy is kill cells not re grow
them, so if you were using bipolar magnets you would have to suspend your
magnetic therapy treatment until the chemotherapy course was over.
Bipolar magnets are winning the popularity stakes and most practitioners do now
advocate their use, allowing for the above mentioned criteria, however there are
still a few die hard followers of the old unipolar system.
If you are unsure as to whether bipolar or unipolar magnets are best for you,
the most logical solution is to test how your body reacts to each individual
pole. If your body reacts equally well to both poles then bipolar will be the
best treatment for you, if you find that your body responds to one pole more so
than the other your treatment should be to use unipolar magnets and only treat
the body with the pole that responded best.
Every person reacts to magnets in a slightly different way and just because one
person uses a certain pole or type of magnet it does not mean that this same
treatment will be best for you. As with all medical devices/treatments, magnets
should be tailored to your own body’s individual needs. Do not heed the advice
of an amateur magnetic therapy user, if in doubt seek a trained practitioners
advice or test each pole on your body before commencing self treatment.
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