is the interaction of living organisms with magnetic fields.
We would like to share with you some interesting information and science-based research on the effects of Static Magnetic Fields on cell, tissue and body functionality. Enjoy!
Effects of moderate intensity static magnetic fields on human bone marrow- derived mesenchymal stem cell. “Results demonstrate that moderate intensity SMFs promote proliferation and osteoblastic differentiation of MSCs”. Read
Static magnetic field influence on human nerve function. “Both nerve conduction velocity (NCV) and excitability index (EI) were measured on median nerve in all ten subjects, the peroneal nerve in seven subjects, while the ulnar nerve was measured for only EI in eight subjects… EI was significantly increased during the magnetic exposure in all three nerves.” Read
Healing Value Of Magnets Demonstrated In Biomedical Engineering Study. "A recent study demonstrates that the use of an acute, localized static magnetic field of moderate strength can result in significant reduction of swelling when applied immediately after an inflammatory injury". Sciencedaily.com
Magnetic Strategies for Nervous System Control. "Here, we review mechanisms and techniques that couple magnetic fields to changes in electrochemical potentials across neuronal membranes... The broad palette of magnetic field conditions and the array of mechanisms by which they can be coupled to neuronal signaling cascades serves to highlight the desirability of interchange between magnetism physics and neurobiology, and the necessity of continued dialogue between the engineering and neuroscience communities." Read
Static magnetic field stimulation applied over the cervical spinal cord can decrease corticospinal excitability in finger muscle. The results suggest that static magnetic field stimulation of the spinal cord by a compact magnet can reduce the excitability of the corticospinal tract. Trans-spinal static magnetic field stimulation may be a new non-invasive neuromodulatory tool for spinal cord stimulation. Its suppressive effect may be applied to patients who have pathological hyperexcitability of the spinal neural network. Read
Cell shape and plasma membrane alterations after static magnetic fields exposure. “Static Magnetic Fields modified cell shape, plasma membrane and increased the level of intracellular [Ca++] which plays an antiapoptotic role in both cell types… Here we report data that support biological effects of Static Magnetic Fields on U937 cells and human lymphocytes… the data described in the present paper are in favor for a biological effect of Static Magnetic Fields ”. Read
Biomagnetic Pair Therapy and Typhoid Fever: A Pilot Study. Read
Acute Exposure to a Moderate Strength Static Magnetic Field Reduces Edema Formation in Rats". Read
Cell membrane biochemistry and neurobiological approach to biomagnetism. Read