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[UltraVid id=249 ]Alpha Stim Contact and call today – The future of health and wellbeing. Call Dr. Ed Noa at 707-718-2036. Alpha Stim How Alpha-Stim® Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation
(CES) Work? The microcurrent produces healing effect on
the body, especially the nerve cells that are located in the brainstem. These nerve cell create
neurotransmitters like serotonin and acetylchole which communicates with the body and produces
healing. This enables the brain to have a
“tune up” and create an alpha state which allows deep and restful healing. These alpah frequencies creast calmness throught
the body. James Giordano, Ph.D.
How does Alpha-Stim® cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) technology work? The exact mechanism by which Alpha-Stim®
technology produces effects is not fully known. However, based on previous and ongoing studies,
it appears that the Alpha-Stim® microcurrent waveform activates particular groups of nerve
cells that are located at the brainstem. These groups of nerve cells produce the chemicals
serotonin and acetylcholine which can affect the chemical activity of nerve cells that
are both nearby and at more distant sites in the
nervous system. In fact, these cells are situated to control
the activity of nerve pathways that run up into the brain and that course
down into the spinal cord. By changing the electrical and chemical activity
of certain nerve cells in the brainstem, Alpha-Stim® technology appears to amplify activity in
some neurological systems, and diminish activity in others. This neurological ‘fine tuning’
is called modulation, and occurs either as a result of, or together with the production
of a certain type of electrical activity pattern in the brain known as an alpha state
which can be measured on brain wave recordings (called electro-encephalograms, abbreviated
EEG). Such alpha rhythms are accompanied by feelings
of calmness, relaxation and increased mental focus. The neurological mechanisms that
are occurring during the alpha state appear to decrease stress-effects, reduce agitation
and stabilize mood, and regulate both sensations and perceptions of particular types of pain Results Efficacy of cranial electrotherapy stimulation
for neuropathic pain following spinal cord injury: a multi-site randomized controlled
trial with a secondary 6-month open-label phase. Research Article
Feasibility of Using Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation for Pain in Persons with Parkinson’s
Disease SAGE-Hindawi Access to Research Parkinson’s
Disease Volume 2010, Article ID 569154, 8 pages Contact and call today – The future of health and wellbeing. Call Dr. Ed Noa at 707-718-2036. Alpha Stim
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