Alpha-Stim Insomnia Treatment will ensure a good night's sleep.


When is the last night you got good sleep? Is it difficult to fall asleep? And does sleep insomnia keep you up all night, leaving you tired, irritable, and in a fog? If so, you need fast, safe insomnia treatment for a longer, more restful sleep.

People who can’t fall to sleep or have trouble staying asleep can enjoy healthy sleep with the FDA cleared non-drug Alpha-Stim® AID insomnia treatment. It uses Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES). It treats insomnia – increasing sleep time, reducing sleep disturbances, and improving overall sleep quality.

In a nutshell, it can help your time in bed be restful, not stressful. Best of all, this comes with no lasting side effects or risk of addiction.



Desperately Seeking Shut-Eye: About Insomnia

Does insomnia trigger sleep apnea or vice versa?

The American Sleep Foundation says sleep apnea and drugs prescribed to remedy other medical conditions are among the causes of sleep insomnia.

Alpha-Stim for insomnia treatment is ideal in these situations because it offers insomnia relief and better sleep habits without medication.

The effects of long-term insomnia on a person’s health can go farther than disrupted sleep patterns. the National Academy of Medicine published “Sleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation:. Its researchers found that chronic insomnia increases a person’s risk of:

  • Obesity in adults and children
  • Diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance
  • Cardiovascular disease and hypertension
  • Anxiety symptoms
  • Depressed mood
  • Alcohol use

Insomnia Treatment: Get the Facts about Sleep Aids and Stimulants

Insomnia can affect your health enormously. But the residual effects of medical sleep aids can also be dangerous for people with insomnia. The National Center of Biotechnology Information provides a laundry list of negative effects:

  • Drowsiness
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Headaches
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nausea
  • Frequent oversleeping
  • Nightmares
  • A “hangover” sensation
  • Sedation
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Motor incoordination
  • Ataxia (the loss of full control of bodily movements)
  • Dizziness
  • Gastrointestinal upset
  • Increased risk of falling (for the elderly)

Other Drug Side Effects

They also associate antidepressants used as insomnia treatment with:

  • Suicidal ideation
  • Increased mania/hypomania in patients with bipolar disorder
  • Exacerbation of restless legs syndrome

Public safety can also suffer the effects of medicinal sleep aids. Impairment of next-day driving, the risk of motor vehicle accidents, and “sleep driving” according to the FDA.

Overall, there is a long list of risks associated with prescription medications used as insomnia treatments. It’s a good thing Alpha-Stim has no lasting side effects!

Good News for People with Insomnia

Alpha-Stim is a handheld, prescription medical device. It is FDA-cleared as an insomnia treatment. It can be used while doing normal activities at home or work and takes just 20 minutes to 1 hour.

We base the technology on an exclusive, patented waveform that’s the most researched and proven of its kind. The waveform passes between two electrodes clipped to your earlobes, restoring balance in your brain and reducing insomnia.

To everyone else, it looks like you’re listening to music with earbuds. But you know that you’re getting a fast, safe and effective treatment for better sleep.



more sleep
After only 5 Alpha-Stim insomnia treatments, military Service Members with insomnia reported an increase of 43 minutes of sleep.1


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The number of subjects rating their quality of sleep as poor dropped from 60% to 5%.2

How It Works As An Insomnia Treatment

The brain has electrochemical signals that control whether we are asleep or awake. Our insomnia treatment modulates these waves and brings them back into balance. You get insomnia relief.

Our technology helps you avoid or reduce the need for sleep medications. But it is safe to use with prescriptions or over-the-counter medications if needed.

Treatment can be done in the comfort of your own home or while at work and takes just 20 minutes to an hour per day. Over time, you can decrease treatments to every other day, then 2-3 times per week.

How Alpha-Stim Insomnia Treatment Works

What people are saying…

“I haven’t slept more than four hours in a night in years. The VA used this on me last week, 30 minutes a day for three days. I slept 6 hours two nights and almost 7 the third night. More sleep, better the mood, much less anxiety.” – Paul Reinhardt, US veteran

“It works a treat to help with anxiety and sleep issues. Fantastic product I can’t recommend it highly enough. I use it every night for 20 minutes before I go to sleep and I wake up refreshed and calm. I no longer get an adrenaline spike in the morning which is great.” – Genee Schock, UK

“It works. I am a Veteran. I couldn’t sleep and I was on medication. I am off medication and I sleep much better. Thank You.” – Judy Hughes, Veteran Flight Nurse, Gulf War

“My doctor prescribed the Alpha-Stim for my chronic insomnia. The first night I tried it, I went to sleep without any medication for the first time in years. It’s a small miracle! As I continue to use it, I find my mind is clearer, my moods more even and my stress level is at an all-time low. I’m extremely grateful to have discovered this wonderful device.” — Linda Segall

“I recently discovered Alpha-Stim and the results have been nothing short of amazing. Not only have I experience relief from anxiety and insomnia, but, additionally, I have reduced accompanying physical pain.” – CH (MAJ) David J. Fair, PhD, President, American Association of Police Officers; President, Homeland Crisis Institute, Texas


Survey Shows Patients Feel Better with Alpha-Stim Insomnia Treatment Than with Drugs

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The first night I tried it, I went to sleep without any medication for the first time in years. I’m extremely grateful for finding this wonderful device.

Linda Segal

After checking with a doctor, I sent for an Alpha-Stim and was overwhelmed by the results—the more I use it the better I sleep!

Ann Blauvelt, Hawaii

Alpha-Stim is the best investment I’ve ever made in my health. I am feeling better than ever, and I am more alert without any insomnia issues.

Leslie George, Texas

Get insomnia relief today.



  1. Lande RG, Gragnani C. Efficacy of Cranial Electric Stimulation for the treatment of insomnia: A randomized pilot study. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 2013; 21(1):8-13.
  2. Lichtbroun AS, Raicer MMC, Smith RB. The treatment of fibromyalgia with Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation. Journal of Clinical Rheumatolog. 2001; 7(2):72-78.
  3. Accessed online June 3, 2014. Brain basics: understanding sleep. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
  4. Accessed online June 3,2014.