How do Q Magnets work?
Precise details of the molecular mechanism of biological effects of Qmagnets are still under investigation. Extensive investigation since 1986 suggests that steep variation of the field gradient in the area encompassed by the four magnetic poles of the Q Magnet may alter the configuration of ion channels and change the permeability or neuronal cell membranes to sodium and calcium ions. This results in suppressing transmission of painful impulses to the brain. Other actions are under investigation, including effects on enzyme kinetics and membrane lipids.
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