Magnetic Therapy In Kenya

Magnetic field therapy uses different kinds of magnets on the body in order to help boost your overall health, while rebalancing and rejuvenating the body. It may also help treat certain conditions. There are several types of Magnetic Therapies, ranging from Electrically charged magnetic therapy (electromagnetic therapy): Where the magnets generate an electric charge, pulsating on certain parts of the body; to Static magnetic field therapy: In which, a magnate touches your body, going against the charge.

Magnetic therapy dates back at least 2,000 years, acording to New York University’s Langone Medical Center. They state that medicine men, mainly in Europe and Asia would use magnets to try and treat a variety of ailments. These healers believed that magnets could draw out negative energy and disease from the body, allowing the body to regain balance. In modern times, people are said to believe the help balance the biofield (energy that allegedly surrounds and penetrate the human body).

My Experience:

The most frequent question I received was are you getting electrocuted?  It definitely was a unique experience. I does not hurt at all and after sometime you doze of thanks to the light surge feeling engulfing your body.  For the most part it is a very calming experience, during the half hour long session. The strength of the magnetic pulse was measured to my own body, this custom made fit of energy helped reach my problem areas faster. I could begin to feel a heaviness in my chest at some points but I simple breathe through the heaviness. I felt it most in my lower back and hands. I didn’t expect the random spasms though. At some point I did feel a little nauseous, almost like I had a light metallic weights placed in my throat. Taking this time to reflect and meditate in total calmness I chose to try map out the flow of energy. Overall I felt relaxed after.

What can it help with?

According to the world health organization, magnetic therapy can help with the following:

  • low back pain
  • neck pain
  • insomnia
  • Fibromyalgia pain
  • headache and migraine
  • high and low blood pressure
  • Nausea
  • painful periods
  • Wound healing

Risks:

  • If you have a pacemaker or pervious heart conditions
  • If you are diabetic or have an insulin pump
  • If you are pregnant then this is not advisable
  • Some patients have felt nauseous and dizzy due to the charge

Would you give it a try?

 

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