Lancashire woman finds relief from ME by wearing Microcurrent Device

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Microcurrent therapy

Over the last two decades Microcurrent therapy has been used in Europe and America has been advanced to such an extent that the method is usually regarded as a harmless, suitable and drug-free solution to pain like backache, arthritis and sciatica. From successful use of microcurrent technology with injured horses and trials, The Arc4Health device has developed it.

In helping horses rehabilitate and return to competition and normal, everyday exercise, it has proved very helpful. For use on humans it recently gained full regulatory approval. It is an EC certified Class 11a medical device. By way of self-adhesive electrodes within the arm strap it involves the passing of naturally occurring electrical currents into the body.

At cellular level the technology works systematically so it doesn’t matter where the currents are introduced to the body, they go to wherever they are required. Allowing a bio-electrical current to flow to the area of pain, the patient activates the treatment.

What is Microcurrent?

One end becomes positive (+) and the other negative (-) when a voltage is applied across a conductive material (skin). Movement of the electrons from one end to the other is known as current. Amperes or amps (symbol: A) is used to measure this movement. A small number of electrons that move from one end to the other are known as microcurrent.

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A Lancashire woman found incredible relief from her symptoms by wearing a microcurrent device, originally designed for horses; she suffered from debilitating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for 30 years. Despite battling with severe pain and plunging energy levels, Dawn Bramwell tells AASMA DAY her story and her amazing achievements.

Dawn, at the age of 19, now 50 lives in Barton, near Preston, was first diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, also known as ME. She lived years of struggling with extreme exhaustion and fatigue. Dawn has daughter Maggie, 27 and son Guy, 25. She has been married to Tony for 30 years. She said that she had a severe case of glandular fever when she was 15, at that time she was in high school and was in bed for a good number of months.

Life is like a steady game of snakes and ladders for Dawn Bramwell – no sooner has she climbed a ladder and hit a high in life, she comes face-to-face with a mocking snake and comes slithering back down again.

She said that she struggled with extreme tiredness at that time and never recovered properly after that. She was mistakenly diagnosed with depression. When Dawn was 19, she was working for an employment agency at the time. She was no able to walk properly. She remembers trying to get up from her desk. She said that her voice was slurring and her body was shaking and she just collapsed. Her boss drove her home.

For years, Dawn had been going backwards and forwards to the doctors. This time when she visited a doctor he realized what was wrong and referred her to another doctor and this led to her diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Dawn was hardly able to move and relied on her mum to help her bathe and dress for the next year. She was unable to walk, wash and dress up due to severe pain. She lost her job and was even unable to cut her own food. She relied on her mother for everyday tasks. She lost her independence and her social life. Just coming out of the acute stage a year after her first attack Dawn got married to Tony, but was still dependent on her mum popping in every day to help with household tasks.

Dawn said that her husband was very supportive and still he is. He helped her through the dark days. With many people disbelieving my illness and assuming that I was a hypochondriac we both encountered a lot of prejudice. People thought I looked absolutely fine as it is an invisible illness. They often said that it’s all in your mind’ or ‘Pull yourself together.

“As if someone at the age of 19 or of any age would choose to spend the best part of a year in bed unable to do anything. “I still get some injustice now but to a far lesser degree. People are more tolerant if not understanding.”Dawn’s Chronic Fatigue Syndrome was hard and becoming a mum was difficult, over subsequent years. At this point Dawn remembers that she was gradually getting over the worst and was in a recovery stage.

You can have very severe bouts and then go through recovery stages with ME. “But it is like a volcano – it is always lying there waiting to erupt. “You learn to try to avoid the pitfalls.” Dawn decided to strengthen her body through exercising. She said that it was her way of showing myself and everybody else that I was not a hypochondriac or a malingerer, and that I was determined to fight this.” over a few years Dawn took up karate and managed to get her black belt. Unfortunately, a back injury put an end to her karate training.

Dawn then got a horse called Sam, who she smilingly describes as “the love of her life and got into horse riding. At the time she joined the gym Dawn was working in childcare. She surprised herself by finding she was good at gym training. Dawn developed unbearable pain in her wrists, losing all use of her right wrist and was diagnosed with repetitive strain injury in December 2017. One of her friend suggested her device known as Arc4Health that works through microcurrent therapy and promotes faster healing.

She got that device for her mother in law who was the patient of arthritis. Dawn ordered that device and she was surprised after seeing her speedy recovery. Within 4 weeks she was able to continue her work. Arc4Health is a discreet, portable and easy-to-use device; she was given anecdotal evidence when she rang the company to talk to them about the possibility of it helping with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Dawn uses the unit daily for three to six hours a day. She says: “It is like an armband or you can put it around your calf. ME has no cure but device helps to cope better with it.


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