Tom Lawson @ 01/04/2017 10:52 Published: January 04 2017
In the spring of 2014, after a good deal of research, I decided to spend the money to purchase the Fisher-Wallace CES. To say I was skeptical is an understatement. I am an academic (history professor) and claims of amazing cures coming from running electricity through some part of your body seemed crazy, at best. Maybe even dangerous. But, the research confronted me with undeniable scientifically sound evidence that the Fisher-Wallace device was not only entirely safe, but that it really did exactly what it was promoted to do. After years (actually, decades) on medications ranging from Zoloft to Wellbutrin for periods of debilitating depression, I discovered something about as close to a miracle-cure as I ever expected to find. Keep in mind, though, the effects are subtle. And, it also doesn’t have even a hint of the feeling you might have after taking a medication. For those reasons, the initial feeling is, “I don’t think it’s doing anything. But, hey, I did have a pretty good day. Probably just a coincidence.” The “side effects” (read them) are so few and the risk is so minimal (try reading the potential risks on any of the medications you’re taking if you want to see a real contrast), that I’d encourage anyone struggling with depression, anxiety, insomnia, and even bi-polar issues to give this a try. The truth is that, ironically, it employs your brain’s own natural actions and reactions. In that sense, it is less intrusive than taking medications to try and alter the brain’s chemistry or actions. This spring will mark three years and I have recommended the Fisher-Wallace CES device to many I know who suffer from depression. I make it a habit not to endorse products – even if I use them. This is the exception because this product is life changing – maybe I’d call it life liberating.