Magnetic therapy instrument for an eye problem
Wear it for 15 to 30 minutes twice a day
Based on Magnet Therapy, alternative therapy
About Magnet Therapy
The use of magnet therapy has been tracked as far back as 800 B.C. Therapist in India, China, Greece, and Egypt were practicing magnet therapy for all types of ailments. These practitioners may have believed that magnets could actually draw disease from the body. Magnetic therapy is an alternative medical practice that uses static (i.e. unmoving) magnets to alleviate pain and other health concerns. So-called therapeutic magnets are typically integrated into chains, bracelets, rings, or shoe insoles, belts, straps, though therapeutic magnetic mattresses and clothing are also on the market. Today magnet enthusiasts are finding great benefit by combining magnet therapy with acupressure, sujok therapy and yoga. The Yellow Emperor’s Book of Internal Medicine from 2000 B.C., one of the early writings of Chinese Medicine, mentions the use of magnetic stones to therapeutically influence energetically charged acupuncture points and their associated meridian channels. This was done to balance the body's subtle magnetic energies. It is said that the stone Queen Cleopatra wore on her forehead was lodestone also known as magnetite (a magnetic mineral form of iron oxide). She believed it would keep her young, charming and beautiful. Magnet therapy uses static magnets for healing various kinds of ailments. The magnets most commonly used in magnet therapy are bio magnets or permanent magnets.