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VeRelief Prime: The $1,000 Device for just $400

VeRelief Prime: The $1,000 Device for just $400

In today’s high-stress world, maintaining nervous system wellness is crucial. Stress can manifest in many ways, including headaches, nausea, and anxiety, affecting your overall well-being and productivity. While there are various devices on the market to address these issues individually, VeRelief offers a comprehensive solution that packs the power of multiple devices valued at over $1,000 into one single unit, all for just $400.


The Holistic Nervous System Maintenance Package

VeRelief Prime has 4 primary modalities packed into one device. 

  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation
  • Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation
  • Median Nerve Stimulation
  • Slow Breathing Training

Each of these modalities are essential for maintaining a healthy nervous system. In this article, we'll first explain the state of the art of each method, what they're used for, and how much these devices cost. 

Then, we'll explain how VeRelief Prime uses each of these methods to provide you with the best nervous system wellness experience currently available. 


VNS Device: Stress, Sleep, and Performance

Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) devices are essential for reducing stress and anxiety, improving sleep, and enhancing focus. Effective VNS devices start at around $300. However, they often come with the hassle of using gel paste, which needs to be wiped off after each use. Replacement gel paste costs between $10-$30 per tube, adding to the ongoing expense. Additionally, many of these devices are limited to 2-minute usage periods, making it challenging to incorporate into a busy lifestyle.

Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation: Stress-Headache

Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation (TNS) devices are excellent for relieving headaches, particularly stress-related headaches. These devices stimulate the trigeminal nerve found in the forehead to alleviate headache pain. High-stress individuals frequently experience stress headaches, making TNS a valuable tool. Effective TNS devices cost at least $400 and come with electrodes that stick to your forehead. These devices typically come with a 90-day supply of electrodes, and replacement packs cost around $25 for three electrodes.

Median Nerve Stimulation: Stress-Nausea

Median Nerve Stimulation (MNS) is great for alleviating nausea and motion sickness, common issues among high-stress professionals. MNS devices stimulate the median nerve found in both of your wrists. Effective MNS devices range from $130 to $300. Like VNS devices, MNS devices require conductive paste that needs to be cleaned off after each use, with replacement paste costing about $10 per tube.

Slow Breathing Trainer: Nervous System Maintenance

Proper breathing techniques are essential for maintaining a balanced nervous system. Slow-breathing trainers teach users how to breathe effectively to manage stress. They work by placing a device in your mouth and breathing along with a guided pattern. Effective trainers cost between $200 and $400. While they do not require consumables, many require an app subscription for access to the full range of training programs.

VeRelief: The All-in-One Solution

VeRelief offers the most effective form of auricular vagus nerve stimulation on the market, ideal for reducing stress, and anxiety, improving sleep, and boosting focus under pressure. Here’s how VeRelief combines the benefits of multiple devices into one comprehensive solution:

  • VNS: Provides auricular vagus nerve stimulation to help reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep, and enhance focus.
  • TNS Protocol: Includes a trigeminal nerve stimulation protocol to manage stress-related headaches.
  • MNS Protocol: Includes a median nerve stimulation protocol to alleviate stress-induced nausea.
  • Slow Breathing Modes: Features two slow breathing modes to teach effective breathing techniques for nervous system regulation and to enhance the calming effects of stimulation.
  • Features: VeRelief comes with no need for conductive gel paste or app connections, giving every high-stress professional easy access to relief in any situation on a moment’s notice. It uses patented dry gel tips that cost as little as $11/month for those who choose to subscribe to long-term use. 

The Cost Comparison


Without VeRelief

With VeRelief

VNS Device


Built in

TNS Device


Built in

MNS Device


Built in

Slow Breathing Trainer


Built in




Ongoing Maintenance Cost



Without VeRelief

To address the various aspects of nervous system wellness, you would need to spend over $1,030 on multiple devices:

  • VNS Device: $300
  • TNS Device: $400
  • MNS Device: $130 - $300
  • Slow Breathing Trainer: $200 - $400 
  • Plus, ongoing maintenance costs for consumables can exceed $50 per month.

With VeRelief

VeRelief provides all these benefits in a single device for just $400, with an optional maintenance subscription of $11 per month for long-term use.



High-stress professionals face constant stress, which can lead to headaches, nausea, and other health issues. While there are clinically proven devices available to address each of these problems, the cost and maintenance can be prohibitive. VeRelief offers a comprehensive, cost-effective solution that combines the benefits of multiple devices into one, making it the best $400 you can spend on nervous system wellness. Invest in VeRelief to reduce stress quickly and maintain a balanced nervous system, ensuring you perform at your best every day.

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