How a New Piece of Technology Provides the Drug-Free Pain Relief You’ve Been Looking For

If you’re one of the 40 million Americans suffering from chronic pain (or one of the countless others worldwide),¹ you’re likely familiar with the conventional options for pain relief…

Prescription pain medication.

But these medications can be highly addictive and come with frightening side effects:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation²

They also make you sleepy when you don’t want to be² which can make it just as hard to live your day-to-day life as the pain itself.

Don’t think you’re out of the woods if you’re reaching for an over-the-counter pain med.

Regardless of which brand you choose, over-the-counter pain medicine typically falls under the category of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs.

While NSAIDs have the advantage of being non-habit forming, they come with their own risk of debilitating side effects, and that risk INCREASES when you use NSAIDs daily to manage chronic pain.³

Some of the side effects of NSAIDs include:

  • Gastrointestinal bleeding and ulcers
  • Hypertension and other heart-related conditions
  • Kidney failure.³⁻⁵

With options like these, chronic pain sufferers have faced a choice: live with debilitating pain or debilitating pain medication.

Until now …

A Breakthrough That Could Give You Your Life Back

Recent scientific breakthroughs have led to the development of a drug-free pain solution that’s already helped thousands of people.

It’s called Kailo, and it works with your own biological processes to bring instant pain relief.

Kailo is a microtechnology patch that acts as a bio-antenna, amplifying your body’s communication system and telling your brain to turn off the pain.

How Your Body Communicates Pain

Your brain is constantly communicating with the rest of your body through your nervous system, which sends both chemical and electrical signals.⁶

These signals can give your brain a lot of information from “I’m hungry” to “Don’t touch that! It’s hot” to “Ouch! It hurts.

In many ways, these signals keep you safe and allow you to react to your environment.

But like all of your body’s processes, this system can break down.

Much like forgetting to turn off the lights in your hous