Health Benefits of Wearing Titanium Jewelry | Avant Garde Jewelry

When it comes to picking out a wedding band, an engagement ring, or a promise ring, a lot of individuals will choose to go with a titanium ring simply because they love the style. With its smooth, silver-white color and impeccable durability, what’s not to like? But did you know that titanium jewelry can actually offer more than just good looks? We bet that you’d never be able to guess that wearing titanium can actually be supremely beneficial to your health.

Not many individuals realize this, but the human body is home to a constant flow of electricity, which is related to the muscular and nervous systems. To break it down, our cells are actually made up of atomic and electronic nuclei, with the latter emitting both positive and negative charges. In a perfect world, these charges will work with each other to maintain a balance throughout the body. However, considering the number of electrical appliances we are surrounded by every day, (and the electromagnetic waves they give off) it’s very easy for that balance to be disrupted. When that happens, we can begin to experience a number of different symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, ringing ears, stiff shoulders, lower back pain, etc.

So what does wearing titanium jewelry have anything to do with maintaining the electrical balance within our bodies? Well, a lot actually. With its strong ionizing effects, titanium promotes a balanced electrical current throughout the body better than any other metal and helps to counteract the negative electromagnetic waves in our environment. As a result, the wearer will notice reduced muscle stiffness/pain and even an improved metabolism.

So by choosing a titanium wedding band over any other type of metal, you not only get a gorgeous ring that is durable, lightweight, and resistant to rust, heat and saltwater, but you will also reap the benefits that it can have on your nervous and muscular system over the years. Honestly, why would you ever choose anything else?

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(Posted by: Anton Polishuk of Avant Garde Jewelry)