ALPHA-STIM ANXIETY TREATMENT PROVIDES DRAMATIC RELIEF
It goes by many names – social anxiety, panic attacks, generalized anxiety disorder, short term anxiety, and even negative thoughts. No matter what you call it or they type of anxiety, it can cause distress in all areas of your life and often pairs with its partner in crime, depression.
Relaxation techniques and therapy sessions don’t always work for everyone. And some anti-anxiety medications come with side effects that are worse than the condition. “So, is there an anxiety treatment that’s proven to work and has no danger of addiction or disruptive side effects?” you might ask.
“Does a drug-free anxiety treatment that can help me reclaim my confidence and feel like myself again even exist?” The answer is yes, but before we tell you about it, let’s define what anxiety really is. The American Psychological Association defines anxiety as,
“an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure. People with anxiety disorders usually have recurring intrusive thoughts or concerns. They may avoid certain situations out of worry. They may also have physical symptoms such as sweating, trembling, dizziness or a rapid heartbeat.”
Now that we are all on the same page, it’s time to learn about the drug-free anxiety therapy that is fast, safe and proven to work.
Pay attention to your stress levels. If you need an effective anxiety treatment, Alpha-Stim offers a drug-free anxiety therapy that is not only fast, safe, proven effective, but delivers stress relief and can help you avoid the long-term effects of anxiety.
What is CES anxiety treatment and how does it provide stress relief?
Every single mood and emotion you experience – including anxiety – is controlled by electrochemical signals in your brain. For the most part, the medical profession relies on medication for anxiety treatment, but taking drugs is not the only path to relief. What if we focused on the electro part of electrochemical instead of the chemical? What if we found a safe and drug-free anxiety therapy that works with your brain’s electrical and electrochemical signals? There is such a thing, and it’s called cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES).
Increasingly, medical experts recognize the Alpha-Stim CES device as an effective, anxiety treatment without medication and without the risk of addiction.
We use a mild microcurrent similar to the type and amount of electricity naturally occurring in your brain. The microcurrent is tiny, just millionths of an ampere, and so gentle that most people don’t even feel it. The device transmits the waveform through small clips on your earlobes that send a microcurrent through the brain, modulating specific groups of nerve cells. This leads to significant stress and anxiety relief, and mood normalization.
It takes about 20 minutes and you can do it in the comfort of your home. Most Alpha-Stim users notice an immediate reduction in anxiety and an increased feeling of wellbeing from their first treatment.
Unlike drugs, there’s no way to develop a “tolerance” for CES, so there’s never a need to increase dosages. The benefits of CES technology are cumulative. Each treatment builds on the progress of the last. In that way, it will relieve your anxiety for longer periods so you may find you need less frequent Alpha-Stim treatments after the first few weeks.
What people are saying…
“My results with Alpha-Stim have been nothing short of miraculous. I still had anxiety after the first treatment, but continued over the next few weeks—my mind cleared up and my fears went away.” – Mike, Ohio
“With Alpha-Stim, I am able to cope with stress better and sleep better. I’m quite thankful for this technology.” – Norman L. Dykes, MD, Louisiana
Participants reported an average of 94% anxiety relief after 5 weeks.1
Patients reported an average of 61% less anxiety after using the CES therapy.2
Veteran finds non-drug anxiety relief
I have had previous experience with other electrical stimulators and, although their success has been encouraging, the healing currents available with the Alpha-Stim provides a whole new horizon for healing.
After two long years of anxiety and depression, I can honestly say that I feel 100% better!
With Alpha-Stim, I have a long-term treatment option that improved my anxiety symptoms with no side effects—this is exactly what I was looking for, and it’s at a price way below a lifetime of medications.
Because of my own personal success with Alpha-Stim, I would highly recommend it to anyone who desires to be free from anti-depressants and sleep medications.
I’d like to report that I am delighted with Alpha-Stim! I have taken control of my anxiety levels, and there has been a noticeable difference in my well-being since I started using it.
I have had a panic/anxiety disorder for about 8 years; therapy and medications helped, but it wasn’t until using Alpha-Stim that I finally feel under control. I can’t begin to tell you what a difference Alpha-Stim has made in my life!
When I feel an anxiety attack approaching, I can immediately use my Alpha-Stim and get relief faster than taking anxiety medicine.
I am very pleased with the performance of the Alpha-Stim in relation to my Office Manager’s depression and anxiety. Because of her success, I’m using the Alpha-Stim on my clients that experience depression and anxiety as well as insomnia.
Not only have I experienced relief from anxiety and insomnia; additionally, Alpha-Stim treatments have reduced or eliminated accompanying physical pain.
I have been so impressed with the effectiveness of this instrument in alleviating the depression and anxiety I have experienced over 35 years.
- Barclay TH, Barclay RD. A clinical trial of Cranial Electrotherapy Simulation for anxiety and comorbid depression. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2014; 164:171-77. Presented at the American Psychological Association National Conference, Honolulu, July 2013.
- Winick RL. Cranial Electrotherapy Simulation (CES): A safe and effective low cost means of anxiety control in a dental practice. General Dentistry. 1999; 47(1):50-55.