OASIS II (Discontinued)NOTE: The OASIS IITM has been discontinued. For an alternative, please consider the OASIS Pro.
The OASIS II is versatile and easy to use. It can be used as:
Cranio-electrical Stimulation (CES) to aid with sleep
Combined CES/Micro-TENS (MET) for relieving discomfort from muscle tension (Extra Micro-TENS Kit required)
2-Channel Micro-TENS for dual muscle relaxation (Extra MET Kit required)
EACH OASIS II COMES COMPLETE WITH:
- OASIS II unit
- Earclip Cable
- Carry case
- 9-Volt Alkaline Battery
- Comprehensive Operator's Manual (click to preview in pdf format)
RETAIL PRICE: $295.00 US $295.00 CDN
RETAIL PRICE: $40.00 US $40.00 CDN
Snap Electrode Cable
Pkg of 30 electrodes
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Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES) was developed in the Soviet Union in the late 1940s as a treatment for insomnia and has since been used by millions of people all over the world. Most research over the past 25 years has shown that CES reduces anxiety and improves cognition in recovering drug addicts and alcoholics. Pete Townsend, formerly of the band "The Who", found CES was the most effective treatment for his drug addiction recovery.
Research demonstrates that CES produces a mild stimulation in the hypothalamic area of the brain, resulting in balancing neurotransmitter activity (in particular Beta Endorphin and Norepinephrine). The effects achieved are similar to that of a "jogger's high".
Although electromedicine has been in existence for well over a thousand years, developments in electronics and new research has seen this technology grow at a terrific rate in recent years. Microcurrent Electro Therapy (MET) is very different than traditional TENS because MET produces its benefits in part on a cellular level. MET has longer lasting effects than TENS. MET is also referred to as Micro-TENS.
The concept of MET is based, in part, on Arndt’s Law, which states that weak stimuli excite physiological activity, whereas medium-strength stimuli will encourage it and strong stimuli will suppress it.
It is believed that MET delivered at around 500 micro-amps in the 0.5 to 3 Hz range may be most effective for treating pain.