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Biomagnetism is the production of a magnetic field by a living object. The living object presently most studied is the human body, for two purposes: to find new techniques for medical diagnosis, and to gain information about normal physiology. Smaller organisms studied include birds, fishes, and objects as small as bacteria; many scientists believe that biomagnetics is involved in the ability of these creatures to navigate.


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Biomagnetism is the production of a magnetic field by a living object. The living object presently most studied is the human body, for two purposes: to find new techniques for medical diagnosis, and to gain information about normal physiology. Smaller organisms studied include birds, fishes, and objects as small as bacteria; many scientists believe that biomagnetics is involved in the ability of these creatures to navigate.


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INTRODUCTION
Biomagnetism is the production of a magnetic field by a living object.The living object presently most studied is the human body, for twopurposes: to find new techniques for medical diagnosis, and to gaininformation about normal physiology. Smaller organisms studiedinclude birds, fishes, and objects as small as bacteria; many scientistsbelieve that biomagnetics is involved in the ability of these creatures tonavigate.
The body produces magnetic fields in two main ways: by electriccurrents and byferromagneticparticles. The electric currents are theion currents generated by the muscles, nerves, and other organs. Forexample, the same ion current generated by heart muscle, whichprovides the basis for theelectrocardiogram, also produces a magneticfield over the chest; and the same ion current generated by the brain,which provides the basis for theelectroencephalogram, also produces amagnetic field over the head.
 
 
How Biomagnetism Works?
Biomagnetism works in the human body through the circulatorysystem, the nervous system, and the endocrine system. Magnetism iscontinuously penetrating every known particle, right down to the atom.Its ordering effect on living systems arises from the fact thatmagnetism is a blueprint of life itself. All known energies have as abase this electromagnetic field.Weak current runs through blood and the quantities of ions areincreased. The newly ionized blood circulating throughout the body cansignificantly contribute to the efficiency of the blood flow as well ashaving a stabilizing effect on both high and low blood pressure.

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