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Nexalin Technology

What is Nexalin?
Nexalin is a short program that is FDA-cleared to treat anxiety, depression, and insomnia. The noninvasive Nexalin device transmits a relaxing frequency waveform that reaches the hypothalamus, the area responsible for normalizing brain chemistry. More important, it accomplishes this without resorting to potentially harmful pharmaceutical drugs. Studies indicate that a two-week Nexalin treatment can change the levels of various neurotransmitters, including dopamine and serotonin, leading to long-term relief from the underlying causes of anxiety, depression, and insomnia. The success rate of the Nexalin therapy for these symptoms is 90%. Pharmaceuticals may be the treatment of choice but now there are natural options.

Many different types of pharmaceutical medications are being prescribed by physicians in the treatment of anxiety, depression and insomnia. These medications can be effective, but they are only one option. It should be noted that medication can provide temporary relief, but it doesn’t necessarily treat the underlying cause of the disorder. Studies show that once the drug regimen is abandoned, symptoms often return. It is also important to be aware of the risks associated with pharmaceutical medication as it can cause a number of side effects. Many pharmaceuticals are known to be addictive. If you have severe anxiety that is interfering with your ability to function, medication may be the right option for you. For most other people, natural remedies may be an option.

Nexalin is a safe, natural option that can be used alongside, or even instead of, pharmaceuticals in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Consult your physician to evaluate all options available and ask your doctor if Nexalin should be your first choice or used in conjunction with prescribed medications.


How Nexalin Works?
Nexalin works by delivering a gentle electrical current to stimulate structures deep within the brain to relieve the symptoms of anxiety, depression and insomnia.

While you recline comfortably in a softly lit room, our trained and certified Nexalin Technician carefully places medical grade conductive pads on your forehead and behind each ear. The patented Nexalin waveform is administered through these pads, delivering an unnoticeable electric current to gently stimulate the brain in key areas.

Dr. Katsnelson explains that the currents promote relaxation and healthy blood flow by triggering the release of a natural opiate-like chemical already present in the brain.

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