Tag: CES device

  • CES Alpha Stim Therapy Device

    CES Alpha Stim Therapy Device Alpha Stim therapy is an advanced medical device that uses mild electrical stimulation to help treat a variety of mental health issues. It is a non-invasive, non-addictive treatment that has been used successfully by mental health professionals to help treat depression, anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, headaches, and other psychological and […]

  • Fix Insomnia Naturally With CES Therapy

    Fix Insomnia Naturally With CES Therapy

    Are you wondering how to fix insomnia naturally? If you’re struggling with your sleep, don’t reach for sleeping pills right away. There are some incredible natural treatment options for insomnia that can make a big difference in your sleep quality, without causing harmful side effects. In this article, we’ll be talking about one such treatment: Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES).

  • Anxiety: How CES Can Help

    If you have anxiety, CES therapy can help–and in this article we’ll explore exactly HOW and WHY. CES is a powerful, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical approach to anxiety that works with your body. In studies, 75% of users saw significant improvement in their anxiety after just 2 weeks of consistent CES treatment. Learn more!

  • What is a CES Machine?

    What is a CES Machine?

    In this article, we’ll dive into the science behind CES (cranial electrotherapy stimulation), a decades-old treatment for anxiety and insomnia that literally changes the brain (in a good way!) We’ll learn how you can use a modern CES machine (also called a CES device) to take advantage of CES therapy from the comfort of your own home as a first-line treatment for anxiety or insomnia, or even as a supplement to medication or therapy.

  • How to Manage Anxiety Without Medication

    How to Manage Anxiety Without Medication

    Learn how to manage anxiety without medications using three powerful, evidence-based methods–including one that’s absolutely life-changing (and not very well-known!)

  • Does Alpha-Stim Really Work? Plus Other FAQs!

    Does Alpha-Stim Really Work? Plus Other FAQs!

    Believe it or not, CES IS a safe and effective therapy for anxiety and insomnia. In fact, most users report significant improvement in their anxiety or insomnia with consistent use. CES is non-habit forming, non-pharmaceutical, and free of lasting negative side effects. All-in-all, it’s a fantastic option for those experiencing anxiety or insomnia and looking for a natural, affordable approach to treatment. CES is also an option for those who have already tried a pharmaceutical approach and didn’t see positive results, and even for those who are using prescription medication but need something more. Your practitioner can work with you to determine whether CES is a viable option for your unique circumstances.

  • Which CES Device is the Best?

    Which CES Device is the Best?

    Which CES Device is the best? There are many CES (cranial electrotherapy stimulation) devices on the market, but not all CES devices are created equal. As you decide which CES device is the best for you, there are several factors to take into consideration.In this article, we’ll explore the top 3 CES Devices on the market and discuss differences, pros and cons, and factors to consider when determining which CES device is the best for you.

  • TMS vs. CES vs. tES: How Do They Compare?

    TMS vs. CES vs. tES: How Do They Compare?

    TMS vs. CES vs. tES. That’s a LOT of acronyms! Here’s what they stand for: CES Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation), tES (Transcranial Electrical Stimulation), TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation). Three powerful therapies with three different applications. How are they similar? How do they differ? And how can you determine which is the right therapy for you?

  • How to Fall Asleep Faster: 3 Unexpected Strategies

    How to Fall Asleep Faster: 3 Unexpected Strategies

    When I was struggling with my sleep, I researched and read every sleep resource I could find. I scoured the internet. I bought lots of books, did self-guided CBT-I (cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia) and tried lots of supplements and therapies. Dozens of things I tried didn’t work. But, a few things really helped—and they aren’t the typical, run-of-the-mill suggestions you’ll find on google. If you’re looking for help with your sleep, whether you want to fall asleep faster, sleep more deeply, or improve the timing of your sleep, I’ve got some great tips to share from my own personal experience with insomnia.

  • Sleep Better with a CES Device

    Sleep Better with a CES Device

    Want to sleep better? Maybe you’ve already tried meditation, journaling, and creating a better bedtime routine, and you’re still having a tough time. Maybe you are starting to experience anxiety because of lack of sleep, and you are worried about spiraling. Or, maybe you don’t want to get on sleeping pills and you’re looking for a better solution.If you’ve heard about CES therapy for insomnia and you’re interested in learning more, we have some good news for you: YES, a CES device can absolutely help you sleep better. Stick with us and we’ll explain how and why!