Yes, NuCalm can be a great tool for those suffering from PTSD, anxiety or depression, but should not be a replacement for prescriptions or therapy.
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- Can someone with a spinal cord injury or is paralyzed use NuCalm?
- Can I still use NuCalm if I’m taking prescription medications?
- Can someone with sensory processing issues such autism and aspergers use NuCalm?
- Can someone with a traumatic brain injury use NuCalm?
- Can someone with a Pacemaker use NuCalm?
- Can someone who is deaf or hearing impaired still successfully use NuCalm?
- Can someone who suffers from PTSD, anxiety or depression use NuCalm?
- Can pregnant women use NuCalm?
- How old do you have to be to use NuCalm? Can my children use it?
- Can I use NuCalm if I have epilepsy?