Health Centres in Horsham
36 Red Admiral Street
Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday to Sunday: Closed
Magnet Therapy is often condemned by conventional medicine because of the lack of published studies. However, if the simple application of a magnet can control a pain condition it eliminates the need for normal drug based pain medication. This fact appears not to have gone unnoticed by the established pharmaceutical and medical supply industries who probably feel the need to discredit and discourage alternative therapies.
With the cost of health care spiralling and our population steadily ageing it is an undisputable fact that people are beginning to explore alternative therapies seriously and Magnet Therapy offers good results for a relative inexpensive outlay.
Magnets are believed to maintain the natural balance of the body. The outer surface of each nerve cell carries a positive charge while the internal cell carries a negative charge. When pain strikes the positively charged cell is supplied with more potassium by the blood which increases the positive charge. This in turn puts a powerful current through the cerebal neurons which triggers pain.
Magnets are believed to maintain positive well being. A static magnetic field is an energy field by virtue of the movement of electrons. A negative magnetic field spins electrons to the left (anticlockwise) and the positive field moves electrons to the right (clockwise). Electron movement is the source of energy.
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Join us at The Henfield Club on Cagefoot Lane to meet Mr Alan Cooke from UK Radiation. Alan is going to be presenting his findings on the repercussions of radiation from wireless electronic devices at 7:30pm and showing the documentary "Full Signal".
When: 22/11/2018 to 22/11/2018, 7:30pm