• How to Sleep Better Without Medication

    Many of those who struggle with insomnia in the United States are aware of the risks of using medication to fall asleep. While substances such as opioids and benzodiazepines are effective, they're not recommended for long-term use and can make symptoms significantly worse. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation is emerging as a leading, low-to-no-risk therapy for people who struggle to fall asleep. This article explores the...
  • 4 Ways to Cope with Anxiety and Insomnia

    At Caputron, we believe in the power of the human condition, stimulating the mind and sparing folks from the rigors of everyday anxiety and insomnia with our FDA-cleared technologies. That being said, one shouldn’t overlook the journey they can take on their own in improving their mental and sleep health. Today, we’d like to do something a little different, inspiring you to look within...
  • Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES)

    At Caputron, we take great pride in making great stimulation solutions available to the general public, whether through a practitioner or in a format where you can complete the purchase on your own (this varies depending on the technology in question). Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) requires that customers in the United States must have their purchase authorized by a licensed healthcare provider before we...
  • How Do MindGear and CES Ultra Work?

    At Caputron, we take great pride in providing state-of-the-art Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) solutions. These include main devices in addition to a complete suite of accessories. CES devices sold by us online are FDA cleared for the treatment of debilitating conditions including anxiety and insomnia. Recently the guidelines have changed, and these devices are no longer cleared for the treatment of depression. Two CES...
  • CES and Addictions Treatment: Why it Can Help

    Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is one of the most respected and trusted current-based treatment solutions. FDA-cleared for use in addressing depression, anxiety and insomnia, the technology has been adopted in many healthcare environments to provide a compelling new form of care. With that said, those three conditions have one thing in common: they are all common in those dealing with addictions. Using them as...
  • CES and the Treatment of Insomnia

    Cranial electrotherapy stimulation – otherwise known as CES – is a treatment cleared by the FDA for addressing insomnia in patients. Completely non-invasive and safe, it works to encourage the brain to react appropriately to the need for rest. The severity of insomnia can vary depending on how early or late it occurs in a typical sleep cycle. Today, let’s explore in further detail...
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