NERVANA Delivers Happiness to Supporters Worldwide with Explosive Launch of Indiegogo Campaign

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The highly anticipated NERVANA nerve stimulation technology exceeded its Indiegogo crowd-funding goal within two hours of going live Tuesday.

NERVANA launchedthe campaign to bring its revolutionary electronic product to market. NERVANA combines science and technology to make an ordinary experience extraordinary. It synchronizes gentle nerve stimulation with sound, allowing the user to experience music in ways never felt before.

Introducing NERVANA, the World’s First & Only Vagus Nerve Stimulator Synchronized to Music from Moving Minds on Vimeo.



NERVANA is a wearable product that sends a gentle electrical wave through the left ear canal to stimulate the body’s Vagus nerve, while syncing with music. This elicits a calm, relaxing feeling for users in a natural way, which stimulates the brain’s pleasure center; known to release neurotransmitters (the body’s feelgoodmessengers).
“NERVANA redefines wearable technology and marries it with the world’s universal pastime – listening to music.” said Dr. Richard Cartledge, co-creator and co-founder of NERVANA. “This combination adds a dimension to the listening experience that will change the music industry forever.”

The only product of its kind, NERVANA debuted at CES 2016 in Las Vegas earlier this year and generated industry and international buzz as one of the most highly anticipated wearable lifestyle products. In fact, NERVANA won the Techstars award for “Lifestyle and Digital Health” during the Show.

The 40-day campaign continues with a special pre-sale price of $279 (plus shipping + handling). NERVANA consists of a generator, which hosts the electrical signal to stimulate the Vagus nerve, and a set of specially designed ear buds that transmits the signal through the left ear bud. Users can activate their NERVANA experience in three different modes: 1) synchronizing with a music source (i.e., smartphone) connected through a standard audio jack; 2) ambient sound, such as music at a concert, that synchronizes the signal with the performers’ live beat; and 3) without music for those looking to generate stimulation waveforms internally without sound. Each mode can be easily customized with simple buttons to control
the intensity level of the signal, ranging from 2 to 25, and a sensitivity dial.

NERVANA is portable andcompatible with all digital music players and it can be used virtually anywhere. “The positive response we have received from industry experts at CES and consumers across the globe has been overwhelming,” said Dr. Daniel Cartledge, co-creator and co-founder of NERVANA. “We are so excited to bring NERVANA to people worldwide starting with this first phase, the launch of our Indiegogo

Full details can be found on NERVANA’s Indiegogo campaign page.

“NERVANA promotes wellness in ways never imagined, said Ami Brannon, co-founder and CEO of NERVANA. “That’s what NERVANA is all about – making people feel good by simply pressing a button.”

For more information, please visit and follow NERVANA on Twitter
@Nervana_US and and YouTube page for the latest updates.


NERVANA was created by two brothers, Drs. Richard and Daniel Cartledge, both practicing physicians, who have been fascinated by Vagus nerve stimulation for decades. They had an idea to take the best part of vagus nerve stimulation and provide it to users in a way that was easy to use. In 2014, they formed NERVANA LLC, including medical and intellectual property experts and engineers to make that dream a reality. The team created NERVANA, a breakthrough product that stimulates the Vagus nerve in harmony with tunes selected by the user.

This is the first of many products NERVANA, LLC is currently developing that enhance our lives utilizing the
exciting new science of bioelectronics. NERVANA is based in Boca Raton, FL.

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