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Original message deleted. My apologies to those who read that. For years I have read things about ancient remedies and such. Also alternate science. Usually turns out to be another gimmic to sell stuff.

Have any of you actually had results from wearing magnets around your wrist for arthritis relief?

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I help with a lot of research at my university working on grants and coming up with ideas. Im very skeptical of something like this without seeing legit proof in the form of research articles. What does interest me though is the recent post that someone made about using a certain vibrating machine on the vocal cords as a way to rehabilitate people with damage.

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The PVA Field (Proton Vibration Alignment Field) generated by iVoice promotes the blood and lymphatic microcirculation of the voice production system and effectuates the micro-phase alignment of protons of the air inside the trachea. Meanwhile, the microcirculation of the entire body is also enhanced, which leads to greater blood flow. Consequently, various metabolic and biological functions are significantly improved, which in turn increases breathing efficiency, endurance, stamina and the overall balance of the body. As a direct result, users can handle voice and vocal performance, sports performance and other energy-intensive activities far more easily.

Proton Vibration Alignment is something they have come up with themselves it seems (google it - almost all hits refer to this IPC corporation, no hits on scientific works). The rest of the paragraph consists of more hand-waving and arcane terminology without saying anything substantive.

The premise is that protons by default are unaligned (probably true), and that this is not optimal (probably false, I have never heard of this)

The proposed solution is to align the protons, but they do not say anything about *how* the protons would be aligned. This is said to improve the properties of the material (*any* material since everything is made up of protons, electrons and neutrons). There is no mention of exactly why this would improve anything, and exactly what properties are improved. I'd be very sceptical of something that is said to make unspecified improvements to everything (this technology is not marketed just for the voice, but also for improving fuel efficiency in cars, improving sound of your HiFi set, etc).

I'm no doctor (my only credential is an MSc in computer science), but I'd say any effect from this thing is pure placebo (which is not to be underestimated, but a rabbit's foot is probably cheaper).

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It's times like this when I wish there was a "rolling on the floor laughing" emoticon here.

So, does this come with a handsome set of Ginzu steak knives at no extra charge? A Snuggie or Shamwow, perhaps?

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I think it is odd that the exact words were used in both Jaimes' blog and the advertisement.

" Though every wearer's response to Q-Link products is unique, the most commonly reported benefits include heightened energy, more rapid return to centered emotional balance, enhanced physiological (physical, athletic, mental, spiritual) performance and output, increased well-being and quality of life, deeper more restful sleep and greater stamina and vitality."

Jaime may believe in this. I am not throwing doubt on Jaimes' character.

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