A good gut feeling - with Magnetix Wellness
If belly and head are in harmony, we feel good all around. What does your gut feel like? Is it light and buoyant? Maybe you even have butterflies in your stomach? Or do you sometimes feel a pinching and squeezing in the middle of your body? If our stomach or the organs in the centre of our body get out of balance, this can quickly have an effect on our mood. The belly and the head are physiologically connected to each other. Then it is time to treat ourselves to something good and really relax. With effective jewellery and wellness accessories from Magnetix Wellness for the stomach, you can bring harmony and balance into your everyday life. It's so easy to increase your quality of life and ensure more relaxation.
Exhilarated by life: Leave stomach pains behind you
Stomach cramps or stomach pain are topics that often occupy your time? A gentle heat therapy is a valuable support to restore the sensitive balance of your body centre. Heat promotes blood circulation and can relieve cramps. No wonder that many sufferers instinctively reach for a hot-water bottle when an unpleasant feeling spreads through their stomach. Do you already know our practical alternative to hot-water bottles? The stylish and compact hot & cool packs from Magnetix Wellness can be warmed up in the microwave at lightning speed and help to relax the stomach area. You also have the option of attaching our Hot & Cool Packs in no time at all with our power hearts exactly where you need them. Our power hearts have high-quality neodymium magnets built into them and have a particularly elegant design. Not only women's hearts beat faster! Even men will certainly appreciate the strong Magnetix Wellness duo “hot & cool pack and power heart".
Wellness for the stomach: Relax with yoga or with a soothing massage
A gentle massage can also be helpful in restoring one's own stomachs wellbeing. Try it out by moving our Magnetix Wellness massage magnet in slow circles gently over your stomach. Do you already feel the wellness effect?