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ANXIETY TREATMENT

NeuroCes

Mavi Soyut Şekilleri
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  •  NeuroCes™ is a therapeutic medical device.

  • NeuroCes™ treatment results are cumulative and lasting.

  • Most of the users experience improvement immediately in the course of treatment. 

If you have a feeling of apprehension, uncertainty or fear, the NeuroCes™ Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulator reduces these anxiety symptoms in a spectacular way with no significant side effects. The NeuroCes™ technology that provides an effective drug-free way to treat anxiety is proven, safe and effective.

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As of now, there have been at least 38 anxiety studies published, with an average 58% improvement.  The improvement found in various studies has ranged from 31% to 97%. This is thought to be very important in that anxiety is thought to underlie as much as 90% of illnesses seen by medical practitioners (Smith, 2007). 

ANXIETY
improvement range
31% - 97%

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One purchases a CES device only once, while antidepressant medications often have to be purchased for months or years, or even for the lifetime of the patient.

Does not have the often very negative side effects of medication.

Gets as good or better results as do the typical antidepressant medications.

Anxiety Disorders

 

Anxiety Disorders include disorders that share features of excessive fear and anxiety and related behavioral disturbances. Fear is the emotional response to real or perceived imminent threat, whereas anxiety is anticipation of future threat. Obviously, these two states overlap, but they also differ, with fear more often associated with surges of autonomic arousal necessary for fight or flight, thoughts of immediate danger, and escape behaviors, and anxiety more often associated with muscle tension and vigilance in preparation for future danger and cautious or avoidant behaviors. Sometimes the level of fear or anxiety is reduced by pervasive avoidance behaviors. Panic attacks feature prominently within the anxiety disorders as a particular type of fear response. Panic attacks are not limited to anxiety disorders but rather can be seen in other mental disorders as well (DSM-5).

 

(Smith, 2007). Ray B. Smith, Ph. D. Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation: It’s First Fifty Years, Plus Three: A Monograph. ISBN: 978-1-60247-589-2 & Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation Lecture. 

(DSM-5). American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5. - 5th ed.

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