The antibacterial effect is quite obvious. Wherever too many bacteria cause risks of infection, silver yarn can be used. Many diseases cause wounds to the skin, such as diabetes, scleroderma and eczema. Wearing silver socks, t-shirts or trousers is a good idea. Bacteria also cause bad smells and killing bacteria prevents that. In case of excessive sweating (hyperhydrosis) under the armpits, feet or groin, silver clothing can reduce this problem.
The effect on the blood flow is less obvious, because what improves the blood flow now by silver-plating? That is actually quite simple. Our body has a magnetic field of its own (electrically charged) and silver enhances this effect. The amplified magnetic field stimulates the capillaries in the skin, opening them up. And so blood can flow through better.
A better circulation ensures that more nutrients are transported throughout the body. And also that waste products are disposed of faster. This makes the cells in the skin (and therefore also the skin) stronger. When the skin becomes stronger, it is also better able to resist bacteria that can cause all kinds of problems. Examples of diseases that use a weak skin are raisinbeard, wound dandruff and boils.
Another advantage of better blood flow is that more warm blood is transported through the body. People who suffer a lot from cold can therefore benefit from it. For example, people with diabetes, rheumatism, heart problems have a reduced blood flow. Certain treatments can also cause the blood flow to be less. Many medicines have the side effect that the blood becomes thicker and thus less easily flowing through. Other treatments can damage (hair) vessels (including chemotherapy) and thereby reduce blood flow. A heart problem or heart surgery can weaken the pumping of the blood and therefore cause cold problems.