How do magnets affect the blood?

Magnets are composed of metal alloys and attract many different types of metallic particles. Blood contains iron and when therapeutic magnets are placed on the skin the magnetic field penetrates through the skin and into the surrounding tissue and blood stream. The iron in the blood is attracted to the magnetic field and causes movement within the blood stream, the increased activity causes the blood flow to improve, increases oxygen levels, and distributes nutrients and hormones to the organs and tissues much more efficiently, helping promote the body’s natural pain killing chemicals endorphins. An injury or ailment supplied with fresh oxygen, nutrients and endorphins will heal much faster and the pain will be reduced.

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