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Pain Gone Pen

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£34.95

The original TENS pen and a 25-year advancement in transcutaneous electro nerve stimulation used worldwide by over 1.4 million people.

  • Handy pocket size
  • No leads or pads
  • No side effects
  • Lasts up to 2 years
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Pain Gone Pen works simply by you holding the tip of the device in touch with the area of pain and pressing the upper button 30-40 times. This only takes a minute.

When you press the button, the Pain Gone Pen produces a minuscule electrical discharge is produced, stimulating your brain to send endorphins (the body’s natural painkiller) to the area in pain. Repeat this process as many times as you need throughout the day.

How do I use the Pain Gone Pen?

Choose the area you wish to treat and place the tip of the device directly on that point. The pen is effective through light clothing.

Hold the device in your hand and with your thumb click the button 30 to 40 times. This only takes a minute and with each click you may feel a small impulse.

By simply moving the pen around the affected area and clicking you treat large areas of pain.

Treat additional areas by repeating the steps above and use as often as you require through the day.

FAQ

When should I use it?

Feedback from over 1.5 million users worldwide shows the most popular times for people seems to use the device are first thing in the morning; around lunch and last thing at night. If you want to use it more this is fine as you cannot over use it.

How should I hold it?

Hold the device in the palm of your hand and wrap your fingers firmly around it. Your thumb should remain free to press the activating button. Ensure your fingers make close contact with the metal ring.

How many times should I click the device?

The Paingone Pen should be clicked 30-40 times per application. This will prompt the natural pain-relieving responses of your body. Clicking more than 40 times will not have any adverse effects.

Where should I place it to relieve my pain?

Place the device directly on the point of pain, or as close as possible.

How long does it take to work?

In many cases it will relieve pain almost immediately or within a few hours. A small number of people may need longer. In these cases, it is recommend using the device for up to 14 days to feel the full benefits. The degree of relief experienced varies between users and is affected by factors including the severity of pain.

How often should I use it?

Use whenever you require relief from pain. Many users start with 3 to 5 applications a day; then gradually reduce the number of applications.

Can I overuse it?

No. It is natural, contains no drugs, has no side-effects and can be used as often as required.

What does the therapy feel like?

Sensitivity to the therapy varies and depends upon the area being treated. Some people barely feel anything or nothing of the pulses emitted. This is normal and does not mean there is a problem with the device. Other users find each pulse delivers a small sensation to the skin.

Does it break the skin?

No. it is a completely non-invasive therapy.

How do I know if it is working?

When you press the activating button, it will make a ‘click’ noise meaning it is working. When all the charge has been used, it will no longer make a clicking noise when the activating button is pressed, and the device will need replacing.

How long will it last?

The device usually provides around 100,000 clicks, and a 2-year warranty is provided. Many users have had their device for over 3 years and it is still working.

If I don’t use it, will it lose its charge?

No. The device retains its charge during periods of inactivity.

Can it be safely used on children?

This device is not recommended for children.

Who shouldn’t use Paingone?

  • If you use a pacemaker
  • If you suffer from heart rhythm problems
  • During pregnancy
  • If you suffer from epilepsy
  • On children
  • If you experience any irritation, itching or marking of the skin or any other adverse symptoms during or after application

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