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Alpha-Stim 100 – cranial electrotherapy for pain, depression and stress


The Alpha-Stim 100 is a cranial electrotherapy stimulation device that treats ‘pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia and stress.’ So there you have it, the ultimate cure for all modern psychosomatic ailments in one easy to digest form factor. Lovely ain’t it? What you don’t believe? Pah, cynics. According to the blurb it works through ‘moving electrons through the body and brain at a variety of frequencies collectively known as harmonic resonance.’  There, so now apologise to the nice people please. $895.00.


 The Alpha-Stim 100 is distinct in that it is based on the concept that the biophysics underlying the body’s biochemistry also plays a significant role in regulating all of life’s processes. Doctors are taught that there are about 75 trillion cells in a human body, each having an electrical potential across its cell membrane, similar to a battery. Alpha-Stim’s proprietary waveform works by moving electrons through the body and brain at a variety of frequencies, collectively known as harmonic resonance. This normalizes the electrical activity of the nervous system and brain as measured by an electroencephalogram.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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  • I actually have the Alpha-Stim 100 unit thats used by doctors at the local veterans hospital. I also have the Alpha-Stim SCS, for “mellowing out”. It gives you the feeling (on a higher setting) of taking a vicoden. (it even makes your stomach quessy if you crank it on the highest setting if your not used to it.)

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