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The effects of magnetic therapy for Tinnitus

Here is a snippet from an article published in The Daily Express by Mark Williams.

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Magnetic Stimulation

This is a therapeutic option that utilises magnetic fields to stimulate different brain areas.

An electromagnetic coil is placed in close proximity to the patient’s head.

This produces a strong magnetic field that is targeted to stimulate nerve cells in the hearing part of the brain in order to affect tinnitus perception and relieve associated symptoms.

There are a number of studies that have reported encouraging results but this therapy is yet to become available in the UK.

Could a simple magnet magic away all of your aches and pains? Why more and more women are testifying it can

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Here is a snippet from an article published by the Daily Mail which drove a huge amount of interest in our company and in magent therapy in general.

Underneath her clothes, Faith Eckersall wears an usual accessory that she credits with her good health. When the 50-year-old wakes up, she picks up a stretchy band with six magnetic beads strung on it, and loops it around her waist.

It’s this that she says has cured her chronic back pain for good. Faith is just one of many people around the world who are putting their health in the hands of magnets.

The theory goes that by wearing magnets somewhere on the body, they have a beneficial effect on blood circulation, increasing flow, bringing oxygen and nutrients to affected areas, removing toxins and soothing inflammation. This, in turn, is thought to ease pain and speed healing.

And, surprisingly, experts say there may be something in it.

Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy for enlarged prostate

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Here is a snippet from an article published by Counsel & Heal about the potential use of PEMF to reduce enlarged prostates.

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is a very low frequency pulsed energy waves which is often used to speed recovery or to reduce post-surgical side effects. The device producing energy is a handheld device, little wider than a TV remote control. It has been also used safely and effectively in humans for treating other conditions, like circulatory problems. However, researchers are yet to explain how exactly it works.

“Previous studies have suggested that reduced blood flow to the prostate gland and resulting inflammation contribute to the development of BPH. We know that PEMF has positive effects on similar conditions, so we thought it might also heal BPH or maybe even prevent BPH from developing,” said lead scientist on the study, Dr. Raffaella Leoci.

Researchers in their trial, treated 20 affected dogs with PEMF for 5 minutes, twice a day for three weeks and found that their size of the prostate gland decreased on average by 57 percent.