Copper Bracelet Therapy & The Benefits of Copper Copper Bracelet Therapy & The Benefits of Copper Helmar Dollwet, Ph.D., of the University of Akron, has studied the copper bracelet connection and thinks traces of dissolved copper entering the body through the skin from a copper bracelet may be the only way for many people to get the copper they need. A study found patients wearing copper bracelets absorbed an average of 13 milligrams of copper during a month. "This could bring many people into the recommended daily intake for copper (1.5 to 3 milligrams). Copper absorbed through the skin gets into circulation very efficiently-more so than most dietary copper." Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) is one of the body's own copper-dependent enzymes that reduce pain and inflammation. The body may use copper to make more of its own SOD. Through copper bracelets highly electrical and thermal conductive activity, it is apparent that when absorbed by the body that copper can produce a similar form of relief achieved by applying heat to an affected area. Research has indicated that rheumatic sufferers may have a deficiency of copper in the body, causing muscular contraction. More recently it has been recognized that a number of copper requiring enzymes are necessary for the repair of tissues damaged by arthritis. Forms of copper and copper complexes studied in these enzyme systems were found to mimic these copper requiring enzymes. Therefore, copper bracelet can be highly effective in counteracting the effects of inflammatory conditions.
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