Magnet therapy is painless, simple, without side effects and reactions if adequate magnetic fields are used during treatment. A magnetic field must not exceed 80 mT i.e. 800 Gauss when treating a body part for more hours or days. How magnets work: The intensity of .
The product and the invention exist since 1983 and are patented (Euro patent and Canadian patent). The experts of Institute Mihajlo Pupin from Belgrade in cooperation with the most eminent doctors of that period, and one of them was Dr Nikola Dekleva, made a product .
The term electromagnetism refers to magnetic forces which occur under the influence of electricity. Electromagnetic devices may be easily used to produce magnetism varying in intensity and direction. This is a relatively new application of magnetic force, but this force is all-pervading and has .
Magnetism refers to the property of certain bodies to act with an invisible force on other bodies. This power of attraction that magnets have is, to a degree, unusual because it does not weaken after releasing energy – in normal time periods and controlled .
Magnetism has existed since the creation of the first matter, so, it is as old as the universe itself. There is no evidence that magnets were used by our first humanlike ancestors. However, there are claims that some of those early ancestors had natural .
From the very creation living things have been affected by geoelectric and geomagnetic fields and in that sense balance is achieved. As civilization has developed this balance has been disrupted. In modern buildings where armed concrete carriers are installed, the geomagnetic field is significantly .
A magnet used as a source of a magnetic field in AKMA (acupuncture magnet) magnets is designed through a technology applied to the, so called, isotropic barium ferrite which is adjusted to specific conditions so as to achieve certain properties of AKMA. The chemical .
Magnetic stimulators are used in patients with various disorders which mostly occur as a consequence of insufficient oxygenation of various organs or systems and they manifest in various ways: headache, dizziness, fainting, loss of focus and memory, heart arrhythmia, elevated and low blood pressure, .
The Anatomy of the hip and the pelvis The hip is one of the largest and the most important joints which has the important function in developing and keeping the proper architecture of the locomotor system (static and body symmetry). It is located between .
There are various opinions among experts when it comes to defining cellulite. But, what they all agree on is that, today, cellulite is an aesthetic problem of a great portion of female population. One of the main subjects of female conversations is how to .