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Q: I get
aches and pains in my wrists, ankles and knees quite often
just before it rains. I also get them after playing badminton
or golf a lot. I thought magnets might help me and was
thinking of a bracelet. Could you suggest what sort of
magnets I should go for?
Linda Smith (22.08.05)
Thank you for your email.
A bracelet would benefit the aches in your wrists but it is very unlikely that
it will help your knees and ankles. Magnets work best when they are placed close
to the point of pain, so you would be better off with something in that area. I
would recommend the magnetic insoles. These are very high in strength and will
help with aches and pains from the knee down all the way
to the toes.
You would definitely benefit from drinking magnetised water. This will be
absorbed into your system and then distributed throughout the body, the
magnetism will not be enough from drinking the water alone but used in
conjunction with other magnets it will increase their strength by 10% and help
the body in general.
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