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Magnetic Mattress Pads

Magnetic mattress pads let you gain the benefit of magnet therapy without the cost of buying a new mattress. I know people who have suffered from migraine headaches experience relief from sleeping on magnetic mattresses and mattress pads. Claims of relief for other kinds of aches and pains are made by magnetic mattress pad manufacturers and users alike. Is the therapy affective? Is it a panacea or real? If it works for you, who cares? The jury is still out though, on the real benefits of sleeping on magnetic mattress pads.

Do you suffer from aches and pains from which you can't find relief? Maybe a magnetic mattress or mattress pad is for you. You may have heard that magnetic therapy can be an aid in decreasing your pain level and discomfort. Magnets are thought to increase the circulation to your body, which can help decrease pain in many people.

Magnetic mattress pads are one way you can combine magnetic therapy benefits with sleeping to hopefully create a night of restful and relaxing sleep. Magnetic therapy is very popular in countries around the world. For example, in Japan, one in seven households use some kind of magnetic therapy in their home. In Germany, one in ten homes use this kind of pain relief therapy. This has helped to increase the popularity of magnetic mattress pads and other magnetic therapy in homes around the world.

How do magnetic mattress pads work? There is much debate over exactly how magnets work to help relieve discomfort, but the most common explanation has to do with an increase in circulation. By increasing circulation to damaged muscles or joints, this can help reduce inflammation in these areas, which will, in turn, reduce pain, stiffness, and discomfort. Increased circulation can theoretically also decrease severe headaches, like migraines. When you increase circulation, you are increasing not only the blood flow but also the oxygen to your body. Finding a magnetic mattress pad that offers enough magnetic force to penetrate your body is essential if you want maximum benefit or you will be spending your money in vain.

Magnetic mattress pads can be found in any size that you need to enable you to choose the right one for your particular sized bed. There are big differences in the magnetic mattress pads from manufacturer to manufacturer as far as quality, however. This is why you need to ensure that you learn more about magnetic therapy so that you can choose the right magnetic mattress pad for you. Here are a few things for you to look for:

  • Are the magnets in your mattress pad facing the right way? You would be surprised by the number of manufacturers that have them facing with the wrong polarity facing the body. This can actually increase your pain and discomfort.
  • Are the magnets the right size and are there enough of them to increase your circulation, thus decreasing your pain? This is a big issue, because some of the lower quality manufacturers will stack two 1/8" magnets together to create a 1/4" magnet, which is ideal. The problem with stacking the magnets is that they can shift, which can possibly cause one or both of the magnets to flip over to the wrong side, which can cause you more pain. You really want 1" by 1/4" magnets in your magnetic mattress pad. The number of them will be dependent upon the size of pad that you choose.
  • In a high quality magnetic mattress pad, the magnets are securely firmly to a latex foam surface and are covered by memory foam to give you maximum comfort.

Research the different magnetic mattress pads that are available so that you can find the one that best fits your needs and your budget. It may be the key to sleeping more soundly and waking up with energy and a bounce in your step with no pain. That will be worth any amount of effort that you put into the research.


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