Chiefly, Fisher Wallace works based on the principles of neurostimulation, a technique that involves applying gentle electrical currents to specific areas of the brain. This stimulation helps to regulate the production of neurotransmitters, the chemicals responsible for transmitting signals between brain cells. Furthermore, by targeting the areas associated with mood regulation, it promotes the release of neurochemicals like serotonin and endorphins, which are crucial in maintaining a balanced mental state.
The device consists of small electrodes that are placed on the scalp and connected to a handheld device. These electrodes deliver the electrical currents directly to the brain, stimulating the targeted areas. In conclusion, the currents used are safe and well-tolerated, making it a non-invasive option.
This medical device utilizes (transcranial alternating current stimulation), also known as CES (cranial electrical stimulation).
Fisher Wallace: 1 in 500 patients experience headache upon using, and 1 in 250 patients experience increased wakefulness after using. A small number of patients experience skin irritation at electrode site which is placed on the scalp.
The device is designed to be used for a specific duration and frequency to ensure optimal results.
Typically, Fisher Wallace is used for 20 minutes to an hour per session, depending on the individual’s needs and preferences. The device should be used once or twice a day, preferably at the same time each day to establish a routine.
When using Fisher Wallace, it is essential to follow the instructions provided with the device. The electrodes should be placed on the scalp according to the guidelines, ensuring that they are in contact with the skin and positioned correctly. The device should be turned on and adjusted to the desired intensity level.
Fisher Wallace can be used during activities such as reading or listening to music, quiet meditation or during relaxation.
As discussed before, Fisher Wallace uses a technology known as CES where as other devices on the market may us other technologies such as direct alternating current (transcranial direct current stimulation)
Another study focused on individuals with anxiety disorders and found that using Fisher Wallace resulted in a significant reduction in anxiety symptoms. Participants reported feeling more relaxed, experiencing fewer panic attacks, and having an overall improved sense of well-being. These findings highlight the potential of Fisher Wallace as a non-invasive solution for anxiety management.
In addition to these studies, there is a growing body of anecdotal evidence from users who have experienced positive results with Fisher Wallace.