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I broke my wrist when I was 13 years
old. I am now 43 and am having problems with the wrist
aching and feeling stiff. Would a magnetic type of wristband
Chris Acres (14.11.05)
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You need to have some sort of magnets around your wrist. This can either be a
soft strap or a stainless steel bracelet.
The stainless steel bracelets contain a 3000 gauss magnet behind every link so
are very high in strength and also look very attractive. The wrist strap is a
soft neoprene strap that fastens with velcro this contains 4 x 2,600 gauss
magnets so is also of a high strength.
The magnets will work to reduce any inflammation, ease any pain and increase the
circulation to the area. The stiffness should ease and the aching go away.
Magnets don't work instantaneously. You will need to wear them for at least 4
weeks or until the pain has gone.
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