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The Magnetic North Pole South Pole Controversy In Magnetic Therapy

Posted by Julie D. Mayo

The magnetic north pole south pole controversy in Magnetic Therapy dates back to the early 1930s and still continues today. The idea that the magnetic north pole and the magnetic south pole of a biomagnet (healing magnet) produced different effects originated with the research of Dr. Albert Roy Davis and Walter C. Rawl...

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Naming The Magnetic Poles Of A Biomagnet In Magnetic Therapy

Posted by Julie D. Mayo

Naming the magnetic poles of a biomagnet (healing magnet) can be very confusing. Biomagnet scientists, practitioners and manufacturers tend to name the magnet poles of a biomagnet the complete opposite of how the traditional scientific and industrial worlds name the poles of a regular magnet. In the scientific communit...

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Do You Suffer From Magnetic Field Deficiency Syndrome?

Posted by Julie D. Mayo

Researchers such as Dr. Kyoichi Nakagawa believe that magnetic field deficiency syndrome occurs due to the decrease in the Earth’s magnetic field. This syndrome is characterized by symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, frequent headaches, dizziness and generalized aches and pains. Magnetic Field Deficiency Syndrome The E...

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Static Magnetic Field Offers EMF Protection And Other Health Benefits

Posted by Julie D. Mayo

Did you know that a static magnetic field offers EMF protection and other health benefits? Electromagnetic radiation, also known as electromagnetic smog, is emitted by EMFs or electromagnetic fields. Electromagnetic fields are a field of force that consists of both electric and magnetic components, resulting from the m...

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Magnet Strength: How Much Magnetism For Therapeutic Benefit?

Posted by Julie D. Mayo

Magnet strength or power is determined by measuring the density of the magnetic flux lines. The instrument used to measure a magnetic field or the strength of a biomagnet (healing magnet) is called a gaussmeter, telsameter or magnetometer. There are two different units of measurement used when a measuring the density o...

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