By: Donna Gray

Katie Blake, age 39, a married mother of two
from Somerset, UK, began suffering from chronic back pain after a near
fatal car accident which occurred in January 2006. She has recently
been feeling very low, due to lack of sleep caused by her back
condition. When asked how her back pain had been affecting her sleep,
here’s what she had to say,

“Since suffering with chronic back
pain after the accident, I’ve found that I constantly toss and turn
from one side to another just to try and get some relief.

are nights when the pain seems so unbearable, almost as though my lower
back is splitting in two; that trying to change sides literally leaves
me in tears. So, I prop myself up with cushions and try to force myself
to lie still on my back, only to wake up as stiff as a board the next

When you’ve got to get up early, to sort out two young
kids on after virtually no sleep at all, well, what can I say, it’s no
laughing matter is it!”

Unfortunately, Katie’s story is not an
isolated one. In fact, just like you, she is among one of the thousands
of chronic back pain sufferers, whose quality of sleep is affected in a
negative way, by their pain.

Two Thirds Of Back Pain Sufferers Have Sleep Trouble

A recent study conducted by the National Sleep Federation revealed that:

As many as two thirds of chronic back pain sufferers have sleep trouble.

The more severe the pain, the more likely it is to affect sleep

Disrupted sleep can make the pain feel worse

Traditional pain relief medication, such as analgesics can disrupt the sleep patterns

and make getting to sleep more difficult.

Vicious Cycle

as you can see, it’s pretty much a vicious cycle where you find it
difficult to get to sleep because of the pain and the less sleep you
get, the worse the pain feels.

Assuming you’ve been in the
position, where you’ve experienced insomnia; you’re probably familiar
with the effects it can have on your body, such as:

Feeling un-refreshed and lacking in energy the next morning

Poor concentration levels

Feeling irritable

Impaired ability to think and speak

a moment, I would like to offer you a glimmer of hope in the form of a
natural therapy that might just help you break ‘the more pain equals
less sleep cycle’, that you’ve probably become accustomed to.

Therapeutic Powers

I’d like to share information with you, about a therapy that promotes
the deep and restorative sleep that has been eluding you all this time.
I’m talking about the natural therapeutic powers of Magnetic Therapy.

You’re probably wandering what Magnetic Therapy can do for you; well, let me begin by telling you what it is.

therapy can be defined as a safe, natural and non-invasive method of
applying high strength magnetic fields to the body for therapeutic
purposes. It is a form of complementary therapy based medicine used to
treat certain medical conditions by exposure to permanent or pulsed
magnetic fields.

It is truly a time-tested therapy,
which has been around since 2000 BC. The Ancient Chinese, Egyptians,
Indians and Greeks were among the first to use it and give recognition
to its’ therapeutic benefits.

I feel it’s important to say that
Magnetic Therapy isn’t used as some sort of mystical cure for ailments
or diseases. Instead, it’s natural forces are used to kick-start your
bodies own systems in to action. Next, we look at how it does this.

high strength magnets are placed directly above the site of injury or
near a major artery, they generate a localised Magnetic Field that is
powerful enough to penetrate right through the skin and bones, down to
the cells.

This magnetic field also triggers a chemical
response, which causes the iron content in your blood to become
responsive to it. This reaction results in improved blood circulation.
One of the functions of blood, is to transport oxygen and nutrients
from the heart to the cells, tissues and vital organs in the body.

as the blood circulation system begins to improve, the knock on effect
is that more oxygen and nutrients are transported directly to where
it’s needed, i.e., to the damaged cells and soft tissues at the site of
pain or injury.

On receiving the required fresh supply of blood,
oxygen and nutrients, the bodies own healing processes can begin to
work on repairing the damage to the cells and soft tissues at an
accelerated rate. Whilst the bodies essential repair works get under
way, the brain sends out signals to release the internal painkillers
i.e. the Endorphins that get on with the job of relieving the pain.

well as stimulating the bodies healing processes, the Magnetic Field
also relieves pain, by tackling any inflammation present. It does this
by drawing out excess fluid and toxins from the surrounding tissues and
then expelling them on route via the Liver and Kidneys. Once the excess
fluid and toxins are removed, the swelling will begin to reduce.

you recall that earlier, I mentioned about Magnetic Therapy ‘promoting
deep restorative sleep’, well stay tuned, because we’re going to get
into that next.

Magnetic Therapy In Your Sleep

Here’s a fact for you,

research conducted by a key specialist in the area of Magnetic Therapy,
namely, Dr. W.H. Philpott MD of Oklahoma has shown that effects of
magnets are at their most powerful at night, and here’s why. Every
living thing on this Earth is dependent on Magnetic Energy. In fact,
the earth itself is a huge magnet, and as such produces natural
Negative Magnetic Energy force.

During the day, we are exposed to the Positive Magnetic Force from the Sun and Negative Magnetic Force at night from the Earth.

The following explains the effects that each type of energy has on the human body.

Effects of Magnetic Energy

Positive Magnetic Energy from the Sun

Promotes deep and restorative sleep

Supports the healing process

Decreases inflammation and relieves pain

Increases cellular oxygen

Negative Magnetic Energy from the Earth

Stimulates wakefulness

Inhibits the healing process

Can increase inflammation and aggravate pain

Decreases cellular oxygen

to Dr. W.H. Philpott’s theory on the effects of Magnetic Energy, the
Pineal gland, located in the centre of the head, acts as a sort of
control centre for the immune system, hormones, and enzymes in our
bodies. This gland actually contains Magnetic crystals, and is acutely
sensitive to the effects of Magnetic Energy.

The Pineal gland
secretes the sleep hormone Melatonin throughout the night, when the
Earth’s Negative Magnetic force is dominant. The body requires high
levels of Melatonin to enable a good night’s sleep.

advances in magnet technology have enabled scientists to duplicate the
Earths negative energy and harness it in form of high strength magnets.

when you use magnets to surround yourself in a Magnetic Field at night,
the effects are intensified for two reasons, 1) The Earth’s Negative
Magnetic Energy is at it’s most powerful and 2) The body is in its’
resting and healing phase. As such, you are able to benefit from:

A deep restorative sleep that will leave you feeling energised and refreshed when you awake

Improved circulation that will feed your cells with those vital nutrients and oxygen to enable faster healing

Reduced if not eradicated aches, pains and inflammation

The effects of the bodies resting stage, which allows the body to heal itself more efficiently at night.

Hopefully by now, you can begin to see how using Magnetic Therapy can help you break, the vicious more pain less sleep cycle.

addition, it may interest you to know that there are self-help Magnetic
Products readily available that are specifically designed, to provide
this nighttime therapy. They are Magnetic Bed Pads or Magnetic Mattress
Covers. These products have a series of high strength magnets sewn
inside them. In addition, they have been clinically proven to be a safe
and effective form of natural pain relief.

So, as I bring this
article to an end I just want to say, don’t let back pain continue rob
you of the deep restorative sleep that your body so desperately needs.
Give Magnetic Therapy a try, who knows, it could work for you.

Donna Gray


The information in this article is intended for educational purposes
only. The author of this article is not a medically trained physician;
therefore, any theories or suggestions put forward are intended to
supplement and not replace the advice of medically or legally trained

All matters concerning your health require medical supervision.

Please ensure that you consult your GP prior to adopting any
suggestions put forward by Magnetics 4 Back Pain, as well as about any
condition that may require medical diagnosis or medical attention.

Magnetics 4 Back Pain is not responsible in any manner whatsoever for
any injury sustained either directly or indirectly from information put
forward in this article.

Ms Gray set
up Magnetics 4 Back Pain in the passionate belief that Magnetic Therapy
is a truly viable and natural alternative for pain relief.

personally witnessed how the pain-relieving powers of Magnetic Therapy
helped her mom 'get her life back', after being diagnosed with
Rheumatoid Arthritis.

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