Blood circulation and magnetism

The body contains within it parts and substances that respond to magnetism. One obvious and important example is the blood circulatory system. Indeed not only does magnetism act on the blood, but the blood carries the effects of the magnetism to other parts of the body. To have a clearer picture of why this is so, one must first be familiar with the blood circulation process.

The average human being has something of the order of six litres of blood. These are pumped by the heart through the major outgoing blood vessels, namely the arteries and arterioles as well as the much smaller capillaries. These may be compared to roads. Thus, to use a British analogy, the arteries are like the motorways, the arterioles are the A roads and the capillaries are the B roads.

This oxygenated blood is carried not only to the brain, where it releases oxygen through the blood-brain barrier, but also to the organs and the cells. Indeed it is estimated that every cell in the human body is served by at least one capillary. These capillaries also carry the blood back to the venules and veins (the equivalent of the opposite lanes of the A roads and motorways, going in the other direction).

The returning blood is cleaned out by the kidneys and then transported to the lungs where it receives a new dose of oxygen. From there it goes back to the heart which starts pumping it round again.

The blood itself is a mixture of actual cells and plasma, the former accounting for slightly less than half and the latter for slightly more. The blood cells themselves can be red or white or so-called platelets. The red cells derive their red colour from a large molecule called haemoglobin. These cells have to be large because they each carry around with them a few atoms of iron, which is a much heavier element than the other elements in the red blood cells. It is this iron that gives blood its magnetic properties.

The iron is very important because it is this that gives the blood the ability to carry oxygen around the body. These magnetic products store the oxygen that all parts of the body need. If the number of red cells becomes too low – in a condition called anaemia – the person tends to become weaker through the lack of enough oxygen reaching the cells that need it.

Whilst magnet therapy cannot cure anaemia (it can often be cured by the right diet), it can improve blood circulation and thus improve the rate at which oxygen reaches the cells. Thus magnetic products can help the person in the meantime while the more gradual process of rebuilding the haemoglobin level goes to work more slowly.
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Treating Arthritis with Magnetic Bracelets

It appears to us from the feedback we are receiving from our customers that they proud supporters of using the unique benefits of treating arthritis with magnetic bracelets. Many others, mostly people that never used magnetic therapy, remain sceptic.

For this reason, it has become an issue of controversy between those that did not try magnetic therapy and do not believe in it, and those who actually used magnetic therapy.  

And so it remains a hot topic in the world of medicine today.

With an estimated 8.5 million people in the UK suffering from different forms of arthritis, the suggestion that the inflammation that arthritis brings can be eased with something as simple as magnetic bracelet, it is no wonder that it is such a debated issue.

According to, there has been in recent years, and continues to be large volume of research conducted about using magnets to eliminate arthritic ailments which has demonstrated that magnetic bracelets, can be an effective method of pain management.

In the United States alone it is reported that as many as one in three adults are being affected by different forms of arthritis, with more than 70 million Americans suffering from the disease.

The Arthritis and Glucosamine Resource Centre reported that in a research carried out to whether or not magnetic bracelets are effective in fighting arthritis pain which questioned whether a ‘placebo effect’ of wearing a magnetic bracelet is the cause for arthritis patients endorsing that the bracelets create pain relief, it was concluded that arthritis patients should embrace magnetic bracelets with an open mind.