Florida lacrosse player Makenzie Mason: ‘I have to keep fighting’

Florida lacrosse player Makenzie Mason: ‘I have to keep fighting’

Makenzie Mason, a 19-year-old student athlete at the University of Florida, recently shared her battle with depression and anxiety in an article in ESPN The Magazine.

“I know firsthand that depression is a deadly illness that most people can’t see,” says UF lacrosse player Makenzie Mason. “That’s why I decided to speak up on the issue from the perspective of someone actually going through it.”

Mason goes in depth about her experience and journey to treat her depression and anxiety, including her use of Alpha-Stim.

“In addition to neurofeedback, I was introduced to Alpha-Stim, an electrotherapy device that has been used to treat depression, anxiety and even PTSD. The Alpha-Stim sends alpha waves through my brain which allows my brain to calm itself when I am crippled with anxiety or too depressed. These treatments, in addition to regular appointments with a counselor, have been very helpful. I’ve seen results I never thought possible. I feel like I am getting a second chance at life and my life is becoming my own again,” says Mason.

 

About Alpha-Stim

Alpha-Stim uses cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) delivered through a patented waveform via two earclip electrodes. It’s a small, handheld medical device that is FDA cleared to treat anxiety, insomnia, and depression without drugs. It’s fast, safe and proven effective by over 100 independent clinical research studies. Some people see immediate results and relief from anxiety, while depression treatment sometimes takes 3-4 weeks to see results. Studies have shown that it is effective for 9 out of 10 people.

Alpha-Stim is available by prescription in the United States and over-the-counter in other countries. Get started today!