It looks like an MP3, but not for the ears, but for your belly. The device Livia prevents menstrual cramps immediately to heart beat, according to an advertisement of the device manufacturers.
This new device’s technology sends signals to the nerves to keep them ‘occupied’ and forget the pangs felt that menstruation. Dr. Bari Kaplan (Beilinson Hospital) says that “more than 50 percent of women experience menstrual cramps and consume lots of painkillers. Livia uses a technique of pain relief beyond the consumption of drugs. Our idea is based on stimulating nerves so that it is impossible for the pain reaches the brain. the Livia method has been effective in several medical studies and strongly recommend its use for relief of menstrual pain. “
The ‘gadget’ (available in several colors) is portable and has two suction cups that are attached to the belly areas where you feel pain. There is also a cable and a dimmer that defines the rhythm of the vibrations of the device. Its battery lasts about 15 hours and is charged through a USB cable. Its creators have dated its launch in October with a price of $ 149 (about INr 10,985), although pre-orders can be made to enjoy a discount of around 40% of the amount.The idea of Livia was born in 2013 with finding a product that will prevent menstrual pain without the use of drugs or side effects.
After years of experiments and procedures, the invention requested funding through ‘crowdfunding’ and from June 6 has already achieved a 1340% of the funds needed for the market. Interest in the product also results in the number of views of their first ‘spot’, which reaches nearly half a million clicks.