HOMEPAGE SYMPTOMS: Insomnia
The Fisher Wallace Stimulator® is a wearable neurostimulation device that is approved by Health Canada to treat insomnia. Worn for 20-minutes before bedtime, the device has been proven to be safe and effective in multiple published studies, including a 392-subject study performed at one of the nation's largest drug rehab facilities (Phoenix House) where it improved sleep quality among recovering heroin and cocaine addicts.
The Fisher Wallace Stimulator® is effective in treating the following types of insomnia:
- Chronic Insomnia: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep three or more nights per week.
- Onset Insomnia: Difficulty falling asleep at the beginning of the night.
- Comorbid Insomnia: Insomnia that occurs in conjunction with depression or anxiety.
- Maintenance Insomnia: Difficulty staying asleep through the night (waking up often or waking up too early).
- Acute Insomnia: Temporary difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep as the result of traveling or a life event.
Easy to Use
The device is extremely easy to use and the stimulation feels pleasant during the 20-minute treatment session, often causing the patient to feel immediately relaxed. To treat insomnia, patients use the device for 20 minutes before bedtime. If you do not suffer from insomnia and only use the device to treat depression or anxiety, the device will not make you drowsy.
Approved by Health Canada
The Fisher Wallace Stimulator® is approved by Health Canada for the treatment of insomnia. The only patients who are not qualified to use the device are those with implanted medical devices, such as a pacemaker or vagus nerve stimulator. Watch the video in the How It Works section (below) to see how easy it is to use.