What's magnetotherapy?

                     

                                     

Magnet therapy consists in the treatment of a debilitated area or organ through the use of a magnet.
Magnet is placed on the skin with the appropriate pole and fixed with a plaster. In order not to cause itchiness to the skin while placing and removing the plaster, you can also fasten the magnet on a clothing, so that when you wear it, it can directly treat the painful area.
In case your problem is an inflammation or a severe pain, you will use the negative pole (the minus sign -) of the magnet.
If you wish to stimulate or activate a debilitated organ you will use the positive pole (the plus sign +) of the magnet.
The pains can be of different pathological origins:
Traumatic - such as fractures, tendinitis, twists, etc.
Rheumatic - such as joint, cervical, shoulders, knees, hips and lumbar pains
Climatic - such as humidity, chill or wind or air conditioning shock
Chronic - such as arthrosis, where pain is reduced but can be back
Toothache
Keep the magnet in place until the pain ceases. In many case the effect is noticeable immediately. If the pain shifts - as is often the case with rheumatic pains - you can use a second magnet or move the first along the painful area.

This is the easiest and most common use of Marah magnets.