Yoga, Magnetic Therapy and actual arthritis

Although there are only just few studies that seems to look at the effects of yoga on actual arthritis, a revise published in 1995 in the British Journalistic Papers of Rheumatology did find that people with rheumatoid arthritis who participated in a yoga program over a three month period had massively greater offer grip strength compared with those who did not practice yoga and weight lifting in one go. At the same or there about year, another study published in the Journal of Rheumatology for Young People reported that arthritis sufferers who practiced yoga or used magnetic bracelets showed a significant improvement in pain and pains reductions, soft tenderness, and finger wide-range of motion for osteoarthritis of the hands. Acupuncture is another possibility; But it is a magnetic therapy that has been studied extensively. The researcher says that as far as we know it doesn’t change the course of the illness. But it can be helpful in managing terrible pains and reducing stress which is or not so but may be associated with living with the painful chronic conditions of the body.

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  1. There is case for working out with magnetic weights while facing north. Because they would be attracted to the North Pole, the act of putting them down may take almost as much strength as lifting them in them first place. Therefore the person who is working out with them will be getting twice as much exercise. of course this obviously depends on the strength of the magnets. But given that weights are very large blocks of iron, it should not be difficult magnetizing them and getting this effect.

  2. The best way to get the maximum benefit from all three of these treatments is to wear magnetic acupressure bracelets and other jewelery whilst doing yoga. This way one can combine the benefits of all three. This might not work in a study where one was to isolate the benefits of the different methods, but if those benefits have already been established then it makes sense to create such a combined rehabilitation program for sufferers of rheumatism and arthritis.

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