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Human magnetic field (HMF)

   It is known that human body is a natural biomagnet. Two organs, the brain and heart, generate ion currents that produces a magnetic field around the body. The heart is the most powerful source of bio-magnetic energy. SQUID-based magnetometers can detect the heart’s magnetic field (HRMF) 3 feet away from the body. The strength of HRMF is 100 times greater than the brain’s magnetic field (BMF).

   With new technologies, it is observed that certain changes in the human magnetic field can occur. These changes can happen due to inner or external factors. Inner modulation of the field is connected with different emotional states of the person. Different emotions are encoded in the HRMF and create different frequency (Hz) spectrums that spread throughout the body and into the external environment. Magnetic signals generated by the heart have the capacity to affect surrounding environments and individuals. Consequently, the heart’s magnetic field can be modulated by other’s magnetic field (external factors). According to the results of the study conducted by HeartMath Institute the nervous system acts as an antenna which is tuned to and responds to the magnetic fields produced by the hearts of other individuals. They named this phenomenon “energetic communication”. HMF cannot be detected consciously, because it is below conscious levels of awareness.

Magnetic properties of hemoglobin

The other aspect of magnet influence on human health is considered on the biochemical body response, usually on the cell level of observation. In the world, the leading causes of death are strokes and heart attacks. They are often connected by high blood viscosity. The American Physical Society has published results of a study, Reducing blood viscosity with magnetic fields, in which blood exposed to a magnetic field (1.3 T) for a duration of ∼1 min can reduce viscosity by 20%-30%. After the exposure, the blood viscosity slowly, within couple of hours, returns to the original value. A magnetic field can maintain blood viscosity within the normal range; consequently, magnet technologies have potential for physical therapy and prevention.

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