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Pain Relief Magnet For Abdominal Cramps Pain Relief

| June 9, 2012

Most women experience painful stomach cramps, tension and pain in the lower back in the time period before their menstruation.

A research was conducted by US Department of Health and Human Services and it was found that 50% of women experience painful abdominal cramps which are medically known as Dysmenorrhea.

The official definition of this word is:”A normal cramping of the lower abdomen caused by hormone-induced uterine contractions before the period.”

Women have found various ways to cope up with this problem. These include using pain killers, using hot water bottles or anti inflammatory drugs.

Why Do Menstrual Cramps Hurt?

Menstrual cramps hurt mainly because of a molecular compound known as the ‘Prostaglandin’.this compound is released when the lining of the womb breaks down and it has been seen that woman producing high levels of Prostaglandin experience more pain than women with lower levels of this compound.

Other Factors Which Contribute To the Pain:

Following factors add to the pain:

Lack of exercise

A narrow cervical canal

Stress

A retroverted uterus (a uterus which is tilting backwards)

A great option to treat this pain:

Everyone is well aware of the various options available to ease this pain including taking supplements like Evening Star Primrose Oil or B Vitamins. A natural Pain relief method known as Magnetic Therapy is something you should also consider as a very reliable option.

You may not have heard about it but I can easily explain what it is. This can be can be defined as a harmless, natural and non-invasive method of applying high power negative magnetic fields to the body with the object to get rid of the pain.

When pain relief magnets are placed on the site of pain, iron present in the blood responds to the magnet leading to better circulation. By dealing with any inflammation, the magnetic field relieves the pain. It does this by drawing out surplus fluid and toxins from the neighboring tissues and then releasing them through the Liver and Kidneys. The swelling will reduce with the release of these fluids.

Dr K.Kalita, a specialist in Magnetic therapy has treated menstrual cramps by placing 4″ x 6″ x ½ magnet directly over the cramping area. Sleeping on a Magnetic Mattress Pad with four 4″ x 6″ x 1″ ceramic magnets at the crown of the head is also something he recommends.

The method using pain relief magnet for dealing with various pains has been used for centuries, mainly by the Greeks, Indians or the Chinese. It is highly recommended and should be researched upon.

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