How do magnetic fields influence inflammation?


When static magnets are placed over an area of inflammation, the magnetic field penetrates through the skin and deep into the tissues and blood stream. Damaged cells will react to the presence of a magnetic field by realigning their ions into the correct position and start the process of removing the excess fluid from within the cell.


Magnetic fields also affect the white blood cells that surround an injury. White blood cells attack the infection and disease by producing antibodies or by eating the bacteria. During this process the white blood cells release toxins into the blood stream, the body cannot detoxify and excrete the toxins safely so they are stored in tissue as small pockets of fluid. When a magnetic field is present in the blood, toxins in the tissues are drawn out as the magnetised blood travels around the body. The toxins are then carried to the liver for detoxification and to the kidneys for excretion.


When inflammation in the body is reduced, the damage caused by the inflammatory process begins to be repaired by a fresh and rich supply of oxygen and nutrients. Cells start to heal, and tissue regeneration begins. The circulatory system returns to normal and the heart does not have to work so hard to pump extra fluid around the body.

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