How Alpha-Stim Can Help With Anxiety

by Chloe Beveridge

Lifestyle • 30 May 2019

Anxiety affects many people around the UK, in fact 5% of the population are affected by Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD). There are many different treatments and options available to help alleviate the symptoms of anxiety. One such device being the

According the The Sunday Times, an eye-opening new trial by the NHS has revealed that Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) offers a surprisingly high level of relief among anxiety sufferers. Conducted in Leicestershire using Alpha-Stim's CES technology, patients in the trial used the device for six and 12 weeks. The device simply clips onto the ears for the CES treatment to be conducted.

  • After 12 weeks, 72% of patients achieved remission whilst 63% of those in the trial saw an improvement in their anxiety symptoms.
  • After 24 weeks, 77% of the patients had achieved remission.

The approach has a number of advantages as a therapy; it is safe to use at home, and offers an alternative to mainstream remedies such as CBT or medication. It’s actually been used around the world for more than 20 years, but has only been promoted in the UK for private use far more recently. However, you can purchase your own personal Alpha-Stim Aid to use from the comfort of your own home or on-the-go.

What is the Alpha-Stim Aid?

The Alpha-Stim AID may be all you need to alleviate a psychological condition, such as anxiety, insomnia or depression. Using CES (Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation) primarily, this device concentrates on creating relief by calming and relaxing the body, through tiny electric currents applied through earclips. The treatment is non-invasive, drug-free, and can be used in conjunction with most other treatments.

What's the Difference Between Alpha Stim M and Alpha Stim Aid?

Alpha-Stim create electrotherapy devices to effectively treat chronic, acute, and post-traumatic pain, and anxiety, insomnia, and depression.

Prescribed by doctors and other healthcare professionals around the world, as well as clinically proven in NHS trials, Alpha-Stim AID and Alpha-Stim M have some notable differences whilst both offering life-changing results to patients.

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