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ElectroMedical Research Introduces Neural Fx Delta and Gamma Springboard Modules

ElectroMedical Research, LLC, a company on the cutting edge of new product development, is introducing to the consumer market devices capable of relieving stress, and more through Microcurrent Stimulation while on the go!

The Delta Module is to be used by persons desiring: Rapid Stress Relief, Control of Pain, or even as an aid to study more efficiently. It has the ability to help bring about a peaceful and tranquil state of mind, naturally, safely and effectively. If used before bed, it will work as a sleep aid.

The Gamma Module is to be used by persons desiring: Wakefulness, Control of Pain, Improved Eye/Hand Coordination, Improved Focus and Concentration. This device is great for a “Mental Warm-Up” before sporting events such as Basketball, Martial Arts, Golf, Tennis, etc.

These devices work by putting a very small current similar in strength to our body’s natural current, this being less than 600uA, across the brain by way of very comfortable wetted earclips. The shape of the waveform & frequency is designed to stimulate the brainwaves you want to obtain – such as: Wakefulness, Sleepiness, Focus, Stress Reduction, or an Ideal Learning State in a perfectly natural manner to the body. The signal acts as a kind of “tuning fork” by gently putting out a tone. The brain responds by sympathizing or harmonizing with that tone.

These modules are a welcomed addition to this high paced, highly stressed information-age society in which we all live. Its portability provides solutions for those on the go.

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