Magnetic bracelets are worn by many people. Some of us wear them for the simple health benefits and others wear them for pain relief.
"I have 6 screws and a plate in my right hand. It would just ache. I now wear the Long Island style with the double magnets. It took out all the pain. Last year my mom got a necklace and my dad got a bracelet for his gout." Garret T from Smithfield, UT
MAGNETIC THERAPY BRACELETS
Normally a magnetic bracelet is selected to deal with issues in the hands, elbows, shoulders, back…it can reach the knees on some people. Some of us may get results for issues in the neck. Since we’re not “all the same”, it’s wisest to select the location of wear for the magnetic jewelry based upon the issue you are attempting to relieve.
MAGNETIC BRACELET STRENGTH AND RESULTS
All Magnetic Bracelets (no matter where you purchase them) come with a designated “strength” for the magnet. There is no “rule” as to what strength magnet is put in a piece of jewelry. You need to be educated on this issue because it can dramatically impact your results. Neodymium has an "N" grade classification that designates gauss/strength.
Know what you’re getting and go stronger if you don’t see results within 4-6 weeks.
Rare earth magnets are used in premium stainless, tungsten, or titanium magnetic bracelets. There are two types of rare earth magnets: neodymium and samarium-cobalt.
Neodymium is preferred for jewelry because it is:
Strongest magnet at N52 grade (Our Signature Line uses all N52 grade neodymium)
Even very thin...it's exceptional in it's strength which facilitates it’s use in jewelry
Can isolate “NORTH” pole of the magnet…premium way to wear magnets
Retains strength (loses 2% over 100 years)
Brittle, can chip or shatter (protected by being recessed, capped and coated in the back of each link)
Note: Neodymium looses strength at 590 degrees…so don’t put your magnetic bracelet in the oven!
Samarium-cobalt is used in industrial applications where excessive heat and rusting are an issue…it cannot be made as strong as neodymium’s higher grades.
FACTORS THAT AFFECT PERFORMANCE/RESULTS:
Grade of Neodymium (N30 weakest, up to N52 strongest manufactured)
Gauss Strength (a measurement that fluctuates based upon the point at which it is measured…mass of magnetic material can affect this…therefore be aware of size and number of magnets along with N grade
Location of wear…best worn as close to the problem as possible. We're all a little different, so experiment. Alternate wrists, ankles as needed.
DO NOT WEAR MAGNETS IF...
It is not recommended that people with pacemakers, defibrillators, insulin pumps or other electrical devices (used to monitor critical life support functions) wear magnetic jewelry. The magnet could affect the setting(s) on the device.
There are technologies for these people; our Sport Bracelet is one. Frequency bracelets are another. We will be expanding our selection in the future, so please check-back.
TYPES OF MAGNETIC BRACELETSoffered by SuperiorMagnetics: