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I told you last year about this amazing new invention.
The Fisher Wallace Stimulator is is a portable, easy-to-use medical device that is safer, more effective and less expensive than nearly all other forms of insomnia, anxiety, depression and pain therapy.
It works by delivering a gentle, patented electrical current via sponge electrodes to stimulate the brain’s production of serotonin, GABA and beta-endorphins – the neurochemicals required for healthy mood, sleep and pain supression. Clinically proven in multiple published studies, the Fisher Wallace Stimulator is FDA-cleared and causes no serious side effects.
My husband Mike has been using it for over a year now, and he swears by its ability to help with insomnia!
Now a new pilot study just published in Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair indicates that using the Fisher Wallace Stimulator over the motor cortex (M1) may lead to improved gait and balance recovery in people with Parkinson’s disease.
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