“Hi, my name is Emily. I am 31, and I spent the better part of those years in and out of phases of crippling depression. It would come in waves, and every wave was a little bit longer and a little bit worse. It got to the point where my idea of a good day was just a day where I did not have a panic attack or cry myself to good day was just a day where I did not have a panic attack or cry myself to sleep. It was just a very hopeless place to be in, and then I heard about Alpha-Stim a few months ago and decided that it was kind of my last shot.”
“I really hoped that it would work and I had read the research and it seemed like maybe this was something that could actually make a difference for me. I knew that it could take several weeks for me to feel any difference and I braced myself for it to be a good solid three weeks before I felt any better at all.
But I think it was the third day that I have my Alpha-Stim when I startled myself because I was singing in the shower. It was such a foreign noise and such a foreign experience to me that kind of dropped everything and called everyone who knew what a hard time I had been having, and said, “I was just singing in the shower!” It was it was incredible.
Everything just started to feel easier. I stopped crying myself to sleep every night. I got my social life back, and that in itself was huge for me. It had been months that I had just completely isolated myself into this cave of depression and misery.
It’s been absolutely amazing. It has surpassed anything that I thought it could do. I laugh again. I smile again. I talk to people again. I would say that I’m a new person but in reality, I am back to who I used to be. That is priceless to me.
I use my Alpha-Stim every day and I use it for about 40 minutes. I could never have imagined that it would have such a profound effect on me and my life.
I can barely put into words what a difference it makes to wake up and not dread the day but to look at what’s ahead and say, ‘Hey, I’ve got this. This feels easy.’ It’s truly, there just there aren’t enough words. I have my life back. I have me back, and I am so thrilled.”