22
March

Arthritis & Magnetic Jewellery: My Experience

I am for the longest looking for an alternative treatment for my mild arthritis since I am really not much into drugs. If I can I even avoid common medicines like Aspirin and Ibuprofen.

Last year I still had some decent success with acupuncture but I think the overall benefit was not worth the cost of my acupuncture sessions. This was when my other alternative health practitioner told me about magnetic bracelets and that she has several of her patients who could entirely get rid of their arthritis pains by wearing magnetic bracelets alone.

magnet-therapyAt first I was rather skeptical since I never heard about this type of magnetic jewellery before and my common sense also told me it cannot be that magnets can bring any relief there.

But Dina, my doctor gave me a sheet with more information about magnetic therapy where it was explained with the theory behind it.

I also learned that studies have been conducted which prove that magnetic bracelets do really work, not only for arthritis but for many other health problems as well.

Dina gave me a couple addresses where I could get magnetic bracelets since I didn’t find a store in town who had them. I ordered three and was rather pleased because they arrived just two days later.

What should I say? When I started wearing them (day & night, mind you!) at first I didn’t think they will work. But after a few days I definitely saw that the arthritis pain was less since I could work longer where I otherwise would already feel the first pains. And about two weeks later wearing them there is in my opinion no doubt about it that the magnetic bracelets give me significant relief so that there is almost no pain at all anymore.

So, for anyone suffering from arthritis who are looking for some good alternative to drugs I can definitely recommend magnetic jewellery. Of course I can’t say whether it will work for you too but if you don’t give it a shot you will never know!

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25
September

Free Fitness Sessions on Southsea Common

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People in Portsmouth can now take advantage of free fitness sessions organised by British Military Fitness (BMF).

Anyone who wants to get fit and in shape can attend. There will be several trainers at Southsea Common where folks can enjoy interactive drills and other cool fitness related things.

One reason for the BMF providing the free exercise sessions is that they know how many folks are often having problems starting with exercise routines. The sessions aim to encourage more people to get started becoming fit and healthy.

Harry Sowerby, their director at BMF said to the press the Minister able to bring people together to have fun while I can get fit and improve their lifestyle.

‘We really want to motivate those shy of exercise to come down to the Common and give it a go.’ he said to the reporters.

While the BMF may convey a tough image you do need to be afraid attending their training classes. They will use a softer approach suitable for everyone. Mr Sowerby says that he knows how intimidating it can feel for some when they want to return to exercising. “We wanted to create a weekend where everyone was in the same boat could restart a exercise machine together as a group”, he said.

If you happen to live in East London and want to do something for your fitness you should check out London Fields. London Fields offers may interesting fitness courses including yoga, pilates Hackney and weight loss.

 

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20
December

Ecotherapy – What Is It?

Did you ever hear or read about what is known as ecotherapy? If not, you might want to check out this article. Basically, ecotherapy is the knowledge that spending quality time outdoors in the wilderness can have a very beneficial effect on our physical and mental health.

Ecotherapies are so effective for us because they will reconnect us with nature, its external reality but most fundamentally, our inner natures according to several health experts.

There is a new book out by Oliver James that is called  Love Bombing – Rest Your Child’s Emotional Thermost. In this book you can learn about a simple ecotherapeutic technique for restoring balance in relationships between children and parents. So check the article out, it is very interesting and helpful if you’re a parent!

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