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Back Pain and Magnetic Basics

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From the doctor’s view

Back Pain and Magnetic Basics

Doctors quoted for this site includes remedies that are often overlooked or underemphasized in the traditional medical model is to release your inner endorphins. Endorphins are hormones made naturally in your body. What most people don’t know is that they can be just as strong as any manufactured pain medication. When endorphins are released in your body, they help block pain signals from registering with your brain.

Endorphins also help alleviate anxiety, stress, and depression, which are all associated with chronic back pain and often make the pain worse.
Pain Signals to the Brain from the Spine. The following activities to release these feel-good endorphin messages things such as aerobic exercise, massage therapy, meditation and the vast pain relieving properties that Qi-gong holds. Watch a workout Video to learn about a little-Known Natural Pain Reliever magnetics which promote healing and blood flow in damaged lumbar pain cells. Magnets have been used for their healing properties since ancient times, and now a new study has found that they can reduce swelling when applied immediately after an inflammatory injury. In their initial study, researchers from the University of Virginia set out to investigate the effect of magnetic therapy on microcirculation, which is blood flow through tiny blood vessels. They placed magnets of 70 milliTesla (mT) field strength, which is about 10 times the strength of the common refrigerator magnet, near a rat’s’ blood vessels and found that they dilated constricted blood vessels, and constricted vessels that were dilated. The results suggested that the magnetic field could relax blood vessels and increase blood flow. In the more recent study, the researchers used magnets on rats’ paws that had been treated with inflammatory agents to simulate tissue injury. The magnets significantly reduced swelling in the rats’ paws by up to 50 percent when applied immediately after the injury. With extreme back pain dilation of blood vessels is a major cause of swelling, and pain. The magnets worked by limiting blood flow to swelling rat paws but increase oxygen to the cells to increase healing. Muscle bruising and joint sprains are the most common injuries worldwide, and since injuries that don’t swell heal faster, the magnet therapy could have widespread applications.