There are many theories and a select amount of research that has gone into magnetic therapy. However, magnetism works with the body, the magnetic field from the bracelet interacts with the field where the pain occurs. This is thought to trigger the release of the body's own painkiller. A study in the BMJ in 2004 trialled the effectiveness of magnetic bracelets in reducing pain of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee. Researchers concluded that pain from osteoarthritis did decrease for the group that used the magnetic bracelets. It is also thought that because metals like iron, zinc and magnesium are essentially components already found in the human body, magnetism is able to affect them in a way that brings about helpful change at the cellular level. In particularly by impacting on particles in the blood and increasing oxygenation so that circulation is improved, and a person heals quicker.
Magnetic therapy can also help with ailments like joint pain, headaches, rheumatism and there have been many studies conducted which have proved that magnetic therapy can help with pain relief. A magnetic bracelet can also help with ankle pain, rheumatism, poor circulation, migraine and headaches.
It really does not matter which wrist you wear your magnetic bracelet on as long as the magnets are in contact with your skin or your inner wrist where you pulse point is.
Each person will have a different reaction to a magnetic bracelet, anything from 24 hours to a week* and every customer has different results from wearing a copper or magnetic bracelet.
A magnetic bracelet poses no harm to someone who wears it that doesn’t have any ailments, magnets are a natural source. Magnets are not bad for your brain either, the earth is a magnet and magnetism is a natural part of our world therefore it poses no harm to your body or your brain.
Copper helps with a number of ailments like inflammation, circulation and some aches and pains. Again, each person will have different results*.
The only people that should not wear a magnetic bracelet are pregnant women and those with an electrical implant such as a pacemaker. Loose or small magnets are also dangerous for little children so please be aware of this and keep out of their reach.
Copper bracelets have been known to help people with inflammation, the copper helps to improve circulation of blood which helps with inflammation. Copper can also help with a number of other ailments such as the metabolising of vitamin C and the synthesising of collagen, a structural protein in bones and joints. Copper traces from copper jewellery and bracelets leaches excess sulphates on to the body which can be absorbed in to the skin.
No, wearing pure copper is not bad for you at all, copper is a natural malleable metal like gold and silver, it poses no harm to anyone that wears it. If it is mixed with any other metals or an item is copper plated, then you may have to check the quality of the other metals used.
There are no side effects of magnetic therapy, as mentioned in the previous question magnets are natural and we are surrounded by them all the time therefore they don’t pose any harm to us.
Magnetic therapy helps to harmonise the circulation which can help with reducing high blood pressure, please note different people have different results.*
Carbon Magnetic Copper Bracelet Part of designer collection this magnetic copper bracelet has some links of carbon fibre combined in the bracelet giving this mens designer bracelet an edgy and bold look.
Barrot Magnetic Copper Bracelet The smooth copper and zinc links of this magnetic bracelet give a minimal and subtle look. An ideal gift and a great everyday copper bracelet.
Saturn Magnetic Link Copper Bracelet One of our most popular copper magnetic bracelets, this robust and masculine magnetic bracelet is the ideal choice for the manly man.
Targaryen Copper Magnetic Bracelet This unique copper bracelet has a one of a kind laser engraved pattern and a grey translucent sheen making this an exclusive magnetic bracelet.
Bronn Magnetic Link Copper Bracelet This dark oxidised magnetic bracelet has a contemporary feel, with large and small links adding extra attention to detail to this masculine magnetic bracelet.
Champion Silver Magnetic Bangle Slimline, minimalist and understated this silver magnetic bracelet is the ideal choice for anyone. The chrome finish, the slimmer look makes this bracelet the perfect unisex choice ideal for men or women. The contemporary feel and the magnets on this bracelet combines style and health benefits all in one.
Axle Pewter Torque magnetic bangle An unusual and sturdy material the pewter in this bracelet gives the magnetic bracelet a dark silver tone. This is an understated magnetic bracelet, if the copper colour is not your thing then this is a good choice. It's simple and understated look means that you can wear it anywhere, anyplace and anytime.
Valinor Magnetic Copper Bracelet The most artistic bracelet in our copper bracelet collection, the creative laser engraved pattern on this bracelet contrasted with the oxidised copper gives this bracelet lots of texture and intrigue. Another magnetic bracelet that combines style with function.
Storm copper magnetic bracelet If you like things a little simpler, smoother and more refined then this copper bracelet is the ideal choice. This copper bracelet has a classic matt copper finish and minimalist magnets on the inner part of the magnetic bracelet.
Aragorn Magnetic Copper Bracelet Another detailed patterned copper bracelet, this time inspired by Celtic patterns. This contemporary take on a traditional copper bracelet makes this another one of our most popular magnetic bracelets.
*Please seek advice from a G.P or a medical professional about any serious issues.
Here at DEMI+CO we are passionate about what we do. There’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes, from sourcing top quality materials to choosing stunning designs that our customers love! One of our most popular range of products is our copper and magnetic bracelets. We have a gorgeous collection of bracelets to suit every taste and whilst our designs are perfect for a unisex gift, we know that our more masculine designs are loved by men far and wide.
Christmas is right around the corner, so what better gifts for him than one of our lovely copper bracelets for men? We’ve put together a guide on our copper bracelets, including the history of copper and the excellent properties of this special metal that makes in beneficial toward your health.
At DEMI+CO, we know there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to gift giving and that everyone has their own distinctive tastes. Never the less, we know that sometimes we need ideas and with Christmas coming up, it’s a busy time for all of us to come up with gift ideas for those hard to buy for in our lives!
As we are all spending more time than ever at home, our new wall art range makes excellent gifts for her and gifts for him. Comfortable and beautiful surroundings is important for our wellbeing and adding personal touches can really make a place feel like home. We offer a pay for download with our prints, so that you can print at home straightaway and pop into a quirky frame or you can pre-order your prints in a variety of sizes to suit you, if you prefer a traditional way of ordering your wall prints.
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Ever wondered what the benefits of wearing a copper bracelet were? Ever wondered what the drawbacks to wearing one would be? If you are looking for more information about copper, copper bracelets and a honest portrayal of copper bracelets then look no further, you’ve come to the right place! We at DEMI+CO have put together a list of pro’s and cons of wearing a copper bracelet.
Copper is an essential nutrient required in our bodies; copper does no harm when it worn. Copper has been used as a health aid for decades and it is a pure metal like silver and gold, it is a malleable metal and it conducts heat in a similar manner. Copper wristbands can help with a number of ailments and may help with achy joints and poor circulation. Copper is also a very durable and long-lasting material; it has been used for centuries and has lasted centuries also. Historically copper was used for utensils like pots and spoons before it was worn as jewellery. Nowadays copper can be used for a number of things from homeware, electrical as well as beauty and jewellery.