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Richard Hanbury creates Sana Relief - a device to recovery from fatigue.

Shared by Joana Afonso PI on 2024-03-14 14:17

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The Sana Relief Device is a cutting-edge solution harnessing audiovisual stimulation to rebalance brain activity, inducing deep relaxation in long-term meditative practices. This innovative device, comprising a simple mask and headphones, employs carefully synchronized pulses of light and sound to guide users into a state of profound tranquility, facilitating enhanced recovery from fatigue.

Key Features:
Audiovisual Technology: Meticulously coordinated light and sound pulses facilitate deep relaxation, aiding in fatigue recovery. It is portable and easy to use: Designed as a lightweight mask and headphones, the Sana Relief Device is convenient for on-the-go use, optimizing relief wherever the user is. Additionally, it comes with a travel case for portability.

Sana Relief Session: Each session lasts 16 minutes, with many users experiencing rapid sleep onset. There are no risks associated with interrupting a session prematurely if needed. Some benefits include support enhanced rest, improved sleep management, reduced feelings of stress, and enhanced recovery from fatigue.

Pricing starts at £149 for 3 months, and the pricing extends up to £99 for 18 months, ensuring affordability and accessibility for users.

The Sana device is not approved by the FDA for the treatment of any specific medical condition at this time. However, the FDA has provided Sana Health with a legally binding opinion that the Sana device is safe and appropriate for use to improve general wellness such as enhancing rest and recovery.

Source of information: https://lyfebulb.com/people/richard-hanbury/
Contact information: info@sana.io | linkedin.com/in/richard-hanbury | https://www.sana.io
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHW1UTYw-eY

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Richard Hanbury developed audiovisual technology to enhance physical recovery and mental well-being. Following a life-threatening car accident in 1992, which caused severe nerve damage, Hanbury began experimenting with neuromodulation patterns and biometric sensors to alleviate chronic pain. His initial prototype effectively relieved his pain, and he has remained pain-free since 1993. Hanbury, a former McKinsey associate, co-founded Easymatch estate agency software. He holds an MBA from Wharton in Healthcare and Entrepreneurial Studies and a law diploma from the College of Law.

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