Alpha-Stim has been clinically proven to help insomnia!
The Insomnia Solution
Inspired by recent advances in our understanding of biophysics, the Alpha-Stim®’s therapeutic abilities have been acclaimed by health care professionals and patients worldwide. Results gained from the Alpha-Stim have been repeatedly verified through more clinical studies than with any other device in its class.
Fortunately, you can start enjoying better sleep with the Alpha-Stim AID. Alpha-Stim uses Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) to increase sleep time, reduce sleep disturbances, and improve overall sleep quality.
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.
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
OPEN Overview brochure of the Alpha-Stim M and the Alpha-Stim AID
STUDIES ON INSOMNIA
OPEN 2019 First responder research shows that electrical brain stimulation helps control anxiety, insomnia, and depression
OPEN 2019 A novel medical device that relieves anxiety, depression and pain while improving sleep in a population of teachers
OPEN 2016 Retrospective review of patient perception - Rickabaugh
OPEN 2016 Behavioral Health in Combat Operational Setting - Hare
OPEN 2013 Insomnia in Fibro Patients - Taylor
OPEN 2013 Insomnia in Active Duty Service Members - Lande
OPEN 2001 Insomnia in Fibro Patients - Lichtbroun
OPEN 2000 Insomnia in Horses - Clark
OPEN Lande Insomnia White Paper
OPEN Libretto Integrative PTSD White Paper
OPEN MD Anderson White Paper