Fisher Wallace Stimulator

Fisher Wallace Stimulator

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The Fisher Wallace Stimulator is a neurostimulation device that is alleged to improve your depression, anxiety, and insomnia by stimulating your brain to produce serotonin with a gentle electrical current. Strong support for these benefits is lacking, though there may be a chance that the device is helpful for those with anxiety and depression.


  • FDA cleared and requires a telehealth or in-person visit for authorization to purchase
  • Some low-level evidence demonstrates a potential benefit in managing depression and anxiety
  • Favorable return policy


  • Most of the available research is insufficient to draw strong conclusions
  • Expensive
  • Unlikely to be effective alone, so working with your doctor to determine a comprehensive plan is essential

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3.2 Stars out of 12 Reviews
5 Star:41% 4 Star:8% 3 Star:8% 2 Star:8% 1 Star:33%
58% Recommend This Product
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Posted on Jul 20, 2020

What happened after using the FWS?

By Marcela G., Pembroke Pines, FL, Verified Reviewer

It is difficult to determine whether it has been a good or bad experience because I still feel bouts of depression like I did before. Maybe, but only maybe, those bouts stay with me for a shorter time but not much to be proud about.

Length of Use: 2+ years

Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Pros and Cons

Easy to use

Automatic shut off after 20 minutes

Not effective in my case

Disappointed by the publicity given to the product

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