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Do’s & Dont’sUpdated 10 months ago


  • Consult with your physician before using this device if you are in the care of a physician.
  • Use this device with caution if you have a tendency to bleed internally, such as following an injury or fracture. 
  • If you have suspected or diagnosed heart disease, or epilepsy, you should follow precautions recommended by your physician.
  • Handle the unit with care. Inappropriate handling of the unit may adversely affect its characteristics.
  • It is recommended to use the carrying case that comes with the unit, for transport of the device to protect it. 
  • Always use the certified USB charger/adapter (power supply) and cable to recharge the unit. Only use electrodes supplied by the manufacturer. Other electrodes may have electrical properties that are not suitable for or may damage the device. 
  • If the device is not used for an extended period, it is recommended to charge your device every 6 months. 
  • You should store the device in a dry and cool environment.


  • Do not use this device if you are pregnant, or suspect that you are pregnant, unless under the direction of your physician.
  • Do not use this device on children.
  • Stop using the device and consult with your physician if you experience adverse reactions from use of this device.
  • Do not use this device over your eyes, mouth, face, front of neck, head, chest, or across your heart because this could cause severe muscle spasms resulting in difficulty in breathing and other adverse effects.
  • Do not use this device when in the bath, shower or other sources of moisture.
  • Do not use this device over open wounds or rashes, or over swollen, red,infected, or inflamed areas or skin eruptions (e.g., phlebitis, thrombophlebitis, varicose veins).
  • Do not use this device while driving, operating machinery, or during any activity in which electrical stimulation can put you at risk of injury.
  • Do not use this device over, or in proximity to, metallic implants, cancerous lesions, and electronic monitoring equipment (e.g., cardiac monitors, ECG alarms), which may not operate properly when the electrical stimulation device is in use.
  • Do not place the electrodes in water or apply solvents of any kind to the electrodes.  
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