The Alpha–Stimulation method has been used at Grace Life for over 10 years with thousands of patients treated. Especially effective in treating Anxiety and Depression, Alphas-Stimulation has absolutely no side effects. There are no needles and a patient can instantaneously feel the calming effects when the machine is turned on. Research has shown the microcurrent used in alpha-stim to relieve symptoms of headaches, and insomnia .
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