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, painful conditions, poor circulation in various body parts either due to the arteries being old or other situations where certain body parts are exposed to external or internal “mechanical” pressure (for example when the fetus exerts pressure on the hamstrings and the colon zone and by doing so it directly causes hemorrhoids in pregnant women) so that circulation becomes poor.
The effects of the magnetic field reflect in the rapid passage of positively and negatively charged atom ions in the molecules of hemoglobin in erythrocytes through the pores of their membranes.
Magnet therapy may be used without any side effects practically indefinitely if the magnetic field is strictly controlled as is the case with Magnetoplag (hemorrhoid treatment in a natural way), Magnetic systems (physical therapy) and magnetic slippers (acupuncture and acupressure of the bioactive points on feet).
When anions and cations pass through the erythrocytes’ membranes the pores are 0.8 nm (nanometers) in size.
The effect of reduced blood flow in the tissue affected by the magnetic field becomes less potent when the passage of oxygen through the erythrocytes’ membranes is increased.
All organs and tissues are vascularized and blood is an electrical conductor containing iron in hemoglobin. A human being’s blood contains about 4 grams of iron.
The manifestation of the magnetic field may be summarized in three ways:
- Charged particles, anions and cations, in erythrocytes’ membranes become accelerated under the influence of the magnetic field (they change speed in line and direction of force) thus causing better oxygenation of tissues and organs depending on which part has been stimulated, i.e. where the magnetic field has been applied.
- Under the influence of the magnetic field the electric potentials existing when the organs and tissues function, are increased. These are the potentials on which the functioning of organs and tissues depends.
- The third effect is a quicker release of a free electron from the atom of iron in the molecule of hemoglobin when it is within a magnetic field because the link of Fe with O2 electron is weak so that there is a greater exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide which consequently improves the ‘breathing’ of the tissue.
Mihajlo Pupin Institute has produced medical magnets since 1983.