Can wear jewelry cause arthritis?
Arthritis is a persistent, painful condition known to appear in many joints, including elbows, shoulders, knees, and more. It is usually characterized by swelling, stiffness, and pain, sometimes too painful to move freely. According to research, the condition is known to be caused by problems with the metabolism or immune system and is promoted by an unhealthy lifestyle. This means poor diet, lack of exercise, and other behaviors such as wearing high heels for women.
However, when it comes to wearing jewelry, there is no known research on the role of wearing various types of jewelry in causing arthritis. However, there are various studies demonstrating the therapeutic power of certain rings in the treatment of arthritis. Such bracelets include Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelets, Titanium Magnetic Bracelets, and Copper Magnetic Bracelets.
For example, the magnetic ring is said to relieve pain and inflammation in the finger joints by improving blood circulation. This is said to be possible because of the body's natural magnetic field as well as the ions in the blood. Ring splints also help limit the stress placed on the joints, thereby reducing damage. That's because their oval, eight-ring design, made from a flexible metal material, helps support the joints.
Therefore, wearing jewelry will not cause arthritis, but if you buy jewelry that is small for you, and you continue to wear it, it is very likely that you will have arthritis in the long run. This is why it is recommended that people with arthritis not wear adjustable size jewelry, preferably magnetic jewelry, such as magnetic necklaces, magnetic anklets; magnetic bracelets, and other magnetic jewelry
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