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I have suffered from spinal arthritis for two years. At
present, my elbows and
upper arms (the muscles underneath) are painful. I take aspirin which helps
but once the dosage
(one aspirin that last about 8 hours) has worn off---the pain is back. I
bought a pack of ceramic
magnetic discs(8 pcs. 3/4"diameter - strong) at the local craft store but
not sure if I should use
them. What should I do? I also take medication for a thyroid
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If these are not healing magnets with a minimum strength of 800 gauss then you
shouldn't use them. They won't harm you but they won't do any good either. You
need to use high strength healing magnets for them to be able to penetrate the
tissues and relieve the pain.
You could either use single magnets and stick them to the area with surgical
tape or Elastoplast, or you could use a magnetic elbow strap, or you could use a
bracelet but it would have to be high strength so I would recommend the
stainless steel bracelets that contain a 3000 gauss magnet in each link.
Magnets work best when they are as close to the problem as possible so wherever
your pain is that is where you need to apply the magnets. Drinking magnetised
water will also help to increase the amount of magnetism that is being absorbed
into your body and help to treat the pain faster.
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