Analyzing and understanding the importance of stress management
Everybody wants to be happy. This is the utmost thing every person desire throughout his life. And in search of it, people freak out. Believe it or not, but Stress affects us all. You may notice symptoms of stress during busy times at work, while managing your finances, when surviving with challenging relationship, while disciplining your kids or when some random negative thoughts ruin your day. This multi-tasking mind-set generation is deteriorating our lifestyle.
Stress is everywhere. And while little bit of stress is okay, some stress is actually beneficial. But too much stress can wear you down and make you sick, both mentally and physically. The multi-tasking lifestyle is causing much stress that 65% people from all over the world are suffering from stress related diseases and about 30% population is suffering from depression. Stress Management
CES Therapy – An emerging technology
Stress is actually a normal part of life. At times, it serve useful purposes. It can motivate you at work, keep you focused at your responsibilities or can lead a healthy lifestyle. But if you don’t handle it carefully, it can seriously interfere with your work-life, family-relationships, and most importantly your health.
Stress Management in everyday life is really important for maintaining the overall health as it can activates your brain, improves your mood, boosts immunity and allows you to be more productive. From the common mood swings to severe heart disease – Stress has a very powerful impact on your well-being. Therefore, need of Cranial Electro-Stimulation arises. Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation, more commonly referred to as CES, has been cleared—rather than approved, as is the case for medications—by the FDA to treat depression, insomnia, and anxiety.
Most significant health problems related to stress
Stressed-out people have a higher risk of high blood pressure & heart problems. Stress can directly increase heart rate & blood flow and causes the release of cholesterol and triglycerides into the blood stream.
In the case of insomnia related to stress, it is considered that alleviating the stress should alleviate the insomnia. Stress causes insomnia which makes difficult to fall asleep and to stay asleep and this affects the quality of your sleep.
No matter how you experience it, anxiety can cause problems in all areas of your life. It is probably no surprise that stress is connected with higher rates of depression and anxiety.
Stress is considered as one of the most common triggers for headaches — not just tension headaches, but severe migraines as well. Once they get going, migraines can generate more stress, which makes the pain worse.
Why you should choose CES over everything
Do you need a better way to control anxiety and depression, or treat insomnia? Maybe you’ve tried prescribed medications, but they haven’t worked as you thought. Perhaps you haven’t tried pills yet because you are well aware about its side effects and even addiction. Maybe you’ve tried natural remedies recommended by a friend or family member– but those are not regulated by the US-FDA(Food and Drug Administration) and not backed by research.
Prescribed medications attempt to target an issue or imbalance in the body with the use of chemicals. But did you know that only 2% of your nervous system is chemical? The rest 98% of the nervous system – is electrical. With this knowledge, why treat the body with chemicals, pills or injections?
CES is an electro-medical technology that induces sleep, provides relaxation and puts you safely back-in-action !
How stress affects mind and body
When you are stressed, the brain undergoes both chemical and physical changes that affect its overall functioning. During periods of high stress, some chemicals within the brain, including the neurotransmitters dopamine, epinephrine & norepinephrine begin to rise that cause larger amounts of adrenalin to be released by adrenal glands. Chemicals release during the process contributes to certain physiological effects, including rapid heart rate, higher blood pressure and a weakened immune system. When left unmanageable over time, chronic stress can lead to the development of other serious problems, such as stomach ulcers, stroke, asthma, and heart disease.
How CES works on stress management
A CES device sends pulsed, alternating micro-current to the brain. This micro-current enters the brain and makes the mind calm and quiet.
Based on several scientific studies it is believed that CES helps balancing the neurotransmitters in the brain and promotes alpha brainwave patterns. These alpha brainwaves induces deep sleep and even deactivates parts of the brain that are responsible for excessive worry and over stimulation.
A 30 minute-treatment of CES is equivalent to 2-5 hours of restorative sleep.
CES is a relatively simple treatment at comparatively low current level. The CES device sends pulses of very low amperage electricity through thin wires attached to electrodes clipped to the ear lobes or stuck to the skin over the bony prominence just to the front of, or behind each ear. The frequency of the electrical pulses can be adjusted — depending on the treatment effect desired.
Revitalize your nerves with Electro-Sleep
US FDA cleared CES is able to help reduce anxiety and depression and promotes a relaxed state. It is Drug-Free, safe and very effective treatment. Studies have shown that there is NO SIDE EFFECTS on health from CES Technology.
The CES is Ideal For:
Providing relief from anxiety
Improving sleep for those suffering from insomnia
Helps in depression without the harmful side effects of drugs.
How safe is CES (Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation)?
CES is very far from Electro-convulsive Therapy or anything similar to that. CES devices operate on a 9volt battery & provide extremely low (1/1000th) of the current of ECT.
The device is safe enough to be used in clinics or hospitals while sitting quietly. CES has been proven safe through hundreds of clinical trials and has been approved by the US FDA for anxiety, depression and insomnia.
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