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Stimulator to help with pain and sleep

ben5mag4bben5mag4 Posts: 2
edited 01/08/2013 - 3:27 AM in Pain Management
Has anyone tried this relatively new device? It's called a Fisher Wallace Stimulator. It provides cranial electrotherapy stimulation and is used to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia and pain. From what I have read, the device is used a couple times a day. You wear a special headband that is connected to a stimulator and when activated it provides "stimulation" to specific areas of the brain. Supposedly, it reduces the negative effect of all the disorders listed above but I am mainly interested in the insomnia and pain. Would be interested to hear from others who might have some first hand knowledge.
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