Research has shown that magnets increase the production of amino acids and positively affect the entire body. In other words, magnets accelerate the metabolism and help the body function properly. They help oxygen and nutrients arrive at the location of injury as soon as possible so as to repair the damage.
Do magnets reduce inflammation?
Researchers have shown that a mild magnetic field can cause the smallest blood vessels in the body to dilate or constrict, thus increasing the blood flow and suppressing inflammation, a critical factor in the healing process.
How can magnetic therapy help?
In many respects, magnetic field based therapy involves the delivery of a particular form of energy to the tissues, much like ultrasound (which happens to be mechanical energy) or laser (which happens to be light based electromagnetic energy). The application of energy to the tissues will result in a physiological change or stimulation, which can in turn be used to generate therapeutic effects (Watson, 2008, 2010). Each type of energy will have different absorption in the tissues, so that even if their effects have a commonality, where those effects are achieved will be different for the various energies.