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Copper Bracelets and Magnetic Wrist Straps

By on October 5, 2015
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Do they really help Rheumatoid Arthritis and Inflamation?

This small double blind study says no.

I am sorry to say this because I sell beautiful magnetic bracelets and necklaces. I really like them. They are pretty. I have doubted thier usefulness for a while. They don’t help my headaches. LOL

But I still wear them!  Alexa

by Stewart J. Richmond1*, Shalmini Gunadasa2, Martin Bland1, Hugh MacPherson1  (devicewatch.org)

Copper Bracelets and Magnetic Wrist Straps for Rheumatoid Arthritis – Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Effects: A Randomised Double-Blind Placebo Controlled Crossover Trial

Abstract
Background: Folklore remedies for pain and inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis include the application of magnets and copper to the skin. Despite the popular use of devices containing magnets or copper for this purpose, little research has been conducted to evaluate the efficacy of such treatments.

Objective: To investigate whether the practice of wearing magnetic wrists straps, or copper bracelets, offers any specific therapeutic benefit for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Design: Randomised double-blind placebo-controlled crossover trial.

Methods: 70 patients, aged 33 to 79 years and predominantly female (n = 52), with painful rheumatoid arthritis were recruited from general practices within Yorkshire. Participants were randomly allocated to wear four devices in a different order. Devices tested were: a standard (1502 to 2365 gauss) magnetic wrist strap, a demagnetised (,20 gauss) wrist strap, an attenuated (250 to 350 gauss) magnetic wrist strap, and a copper bracelet. Devices were each worn for five weeks, with
treatment phases being separated by one week wash-out periods. The primary outcome measured was pain using a 100 mm visual analogue scale. Secondary pain measures were the McGill Pain Questionnaire and tender joint count.

Inflammation was assessed using C-reactive protein and plasma viscosity blood tests and by swollen joint count. Physical function was assessed using the Health Assessment Questionnaire (Disability Index). Disease activity and medication use was also measured.

Results: 65 participants provided complete………

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