Polarity Question and using rubber instead of metal bar for footbraces?


Posted by Don on April 10, 19100 at 20:37:43:

Posted by Don on April 09, 19100 at 20:37:28:


Would you reccomend different polarity arrangements for left and right handed people?

Would it help or hurt to have the rings and foot braces opposite to your instructions?

You reccomend metal braces for the foot to keep the magnets apart. I use rubber for comfort, and while not in use the strength of the magnets collapses the rubber leaving a few millimeteres of rubber separating the magnets. Is this a problem?

Answer: The instructions given are for general usage. I can't tell you if the polarity reversal will aid left or right handed person differently. I really don't think so, but you are welcome to test it.

Based on my experience and thousands of others, the polarity MUST be kept the SAME on hands and feet. For example, if you wear the (+) UP on the right hand, the right foot also should wear (+) UP (Light side of the footbrace).

Using rubber for footbraces will not effect the effectiveness of the footbrace. Watch out for cutting off your circulation due to the magnetic attraction between two bars jamming your toes though.

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