Bracelets Attract Attention
Many people can literally feel
the winter chill in their bones and joints. The cold weather
and added stress of winter can cause stiff joints to be even
more sore, making it difficult to complete everyday chores. But
sufferers of such symptoms now have an alternative option that
may help alleviate aggravating pain. Magnet therapy offers a
new option of treatment that many people say has helped ease
their aches and pains. It's a form of therapy that has been used
for thousands of years around the world - and is still being
One of the earliest records of
humans using the healing qualities of magnets comes from the
111 Century B.C., when the great Aristotle documented his findings
on the healing effects of magnets. The fascination with magnets
continued into the 1600's when William Gilbert, Queen Elizabeth's
doctor, wrote an entire book devoted to the qualities of magnets.
Centuries have since passed, but the belief some have in the
healing powers of magnets remains.
Sabona of London, the leader
in manufacturing and selling of copper and copper magnetic wristbands,
is taking advantage of this trend by introducing a new line of
magnetic bracelets, the Executive Series. The new line of jewelry
not only possesses an attractive and traditional style, but contains
a set of magnets that many believe can help relieve the pain
of stiff and sore joints. The magnetic theory revolves around
the premise that magnets affect the circulatory system and the
blood flow in the body. The increased circulation gives the body
more of the nutrients it needs from the blood.
The new line of bracelets for men
and women are linked pieces plated in gold, silver, or both metals,
with a magnet in each link that purports to restore electro-magnetic
balance to human cells.
This therapy, now known as bioelectromagnetic
therapy is believed to be a way of accessing the body's own electric
and magnetic fields through points on the skin.
Some researchers believe that
certain types of illnesses are associated with imbalances in
the body's biological and magnetic fields. Products such as the
Executive Series bracelets are aimed at treating conditions such
as joint and muscle pain. Some joint pain is caused by similar,
repeated movements of a joint. Golfers, who often experience
this kind of pain due to the repetitive motion of their swing,
have turned to Sabona in hopes of finding relief from their symptoms.
The Executive Series, which was introduced at the International
PGA show in Las Vegas, has been a popular choice. Pro golfer
Justin Leonard, who began wearing a Sabona copper bracelet after
sustaining an injury, has found relief from Sabona's jewelry.
"I have worn a Sabona for several years and I believe that
it has helped me," Leonard said.
While consulting with your doctor
is the best way to begin treating stiff and sore joints and aches
and pains, magnetic bracelets may offer an alternative solution
to the pain through the chilly winter season and the rest of
Important: Copper wristbands and magnetic products
are considered to be unproven remedies. Magnetic products should
not be worn next to a watch. Do not use magnet products during
pregnancy or if you have an electrical implant such as a pacemaker.
Consult with your doctor if you have any questions and continue
with regular medical care.
For more information on how to
order Sabona of London, Inc. products, visit www.sabona.com.
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