Med gadgets aren’t too symbolic with GizmoWatch, but because reader benefit is a motive here, therefore, we try and get you quality riders for your desires, needs and health. Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator is one such device that bears a vital significance in the world really stuffed with anxiety, stress, depression and many such illnesses well provoked by our lifestyle in general. While medicines are the only cure for treatment of disease and syndromes aforementioned, the highly researched and medically approved (FDA, class 3) this Fisher Wallace device is perhaps a major advancement in drug-free treatment of Depression Anxiety, Stress and Insomnia.
The easy-to-use device comes in three parts: the base unit, a pair of sponge applicators and a headband. This combination as a whole completes the portable stimulator, which is designed to gently and very safely stimulate the brain using radio waves producing serotonin and dopamine, DHEA and endorphins to reduce stress and other similar symptoms leading to deprived sleep and lack in motivation.
How to use
To use the Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator, firstly dip the sponge applicators thoroughly into cold water, squeeze off the excess water, but keep them little wet so that they can conduct. Use the band on the head with the front of the band resting just above the eyebrow; now place the sponge applicators under the head band right above the side burns, close to the skin and then switch on the base unit, by turning the on/off wheel on its side in a clockwise direction. The base unit emits very nominal (zero DC) radio waves to stimulate the production of serotonin and dopamine in the brain, while the on/off wheel helps control the intensity and the level of current which is delivered to the tissue. The device indicates low battery by the non indication of the ‘on’ light when the on/off switch is turned into the ‘on’ position. Use the Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator for 20-mins a day for 30-40 days to receive full benefit.
The thoroughly researched Fisher-Wallace Cranial Stimulator, or the electronic signal generator if you may like, has in our tests proven to show reduction in symptoms of depression and insomnia, and I don’t say it because the makers do, but we have actually asked patients including children to test it and the results have been positive. Though, it would be fitting to mention that effectiveness of the stimulator actually depends upon a patient selection and his/her compliance.
Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator has been tested in some of the world’s top institutions like, Phoenix House, Harvard Medical School, Columbia University and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Thanks: Donna Erica Pascual, Kelly Roman