Is Nu-V3 safe?
Because Nu-V3 delivers the science of neuromodulation non-invasiveley, non-pharmaceutically and with such a tiny micro-signal, it is considered very safe. There are no known negative side effects from Nu-V3 or the Nu-V3 Treatment Program.
Who is Nu-V3 for and how can I get it?
Anyone suffering severely from the symptoms of pain, anxiety, depression and or sleeplessness. Our initial patient populations include those suffering from neuropathy, back and joint pain, PTSD, arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. However, literally anyone suffering from these symptoms may find Nu-V3 is a real answer for them.
What is Nu-V3 used for?
Nu-V3 has been developed to manage and mitigate the symptoms of pain, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness. Other benefits of Nu-V3 are an increase in activity, lesser dependence on as-needed pain, anxiety and depression medications and an overall increase in quality of life.
How is Nu-V3 used?
Nu-V3 is worn comfortably behind the ear and allows the patient to sleep, shower and perform almost any everyday activity while wearing Nu-V3.
How does Nu-V3 work?
Nu-V3 works by sending a tiny micro-signal through the auricular (ear) area, to the cranial nerves, more specifically the vagus, facial, trigeminal and glossopharyngeal nerves, helping to stimulate enkephalins (a strong endorphin) and over a period of weeks, re-establish balance of the autonomic nervous system.
What is the science behind Nu-V3?
Nu-V3 utilizes the well established science of Neuromodulation. While Nu-Life did not invent or discover the science of neuromodulation, we developed a minaturized, non-invasive, easy to use technology that delivers this science 24/7 in a way that no one else does.
What is the difference between Nu-V3 and other neuromodulation technologies?
While there are a number of forms of neuromodulation, what sets Nu-V3 apart is the ability to deliver the stimulation non-invasively, non-pharmaceutically. Nu-V3 is also comfortable to wear on the ear and simple to use, significantly increasing patient compliance. Because Nu-V3 is miniaturized and lightweight it enables the patient to perform almost any everyday activity. The most important distinction is the long term benefit Nu-V3 offers and the opportunity to discontinue treatment once the patient's ANS has become functional once again.
What is Nu-V3?
Nu-V3 is a patented, miniaturized, wearable, non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical medical device.
Is the Nu-V3 Program covered by insurance?
We do anticipate the cost of the Nu-V3 program to be covered in a number of ways, from self-insured corporations for their employees to major healthcare providers and agencies.
The H.O.P.E. Initiative FAQs
Is the H.O.P.E. Initiative limited to healthcare workers, first responders and veterans?
Yes, while this initiative is focused on those protectors who are most in need at this time, Nu-V3 will become available to anyone who suffers from pain, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness as we enter the market officially in early 2021.
How can I be assured my donation is going to directly benefit these protectors?
Nu-Life is dedicated to making sure 100% of your donated funds go toward The H.O.P.E. Initiative. Expenses related to H.O.P.E. are evaluated, validated and audited by committee through the Executive Team at Nu-Life USA, authorized and paid on a monthly basis separately from all other business expenses.
How long will you continue The H.O.P.E. Initiative?
Although our goal is $1,200,000.00 to treat more than 1,000 patients, we will continue to treat people under The H.O.P.E. Initiative as long and the campaign remains viable, cost effective and supported through GoFundMe!
What happens if you do not reach your goal?
While our goal of $1,200,000.00 allows us to treat more than 1,000 patients, any significant amount of funding through this campaign will serve the community well by treating as many people as possible with the funding that is received.
Is there a minimum amount I can donate?
There is no minimum donation. Any amount is appreciated.
May I donate more than once?
Yes, you may donate as often as you like. As we reach certain milestones you may wish to increase your support!
Can someone donate for me?
Yes, as long as the donation comes from an approved GoFundMe country. See the GoFundMe site for more information on approved countries.
Is my donation tax deductible?
While 100% of the funds raised go to the campaign and no patient will pay for treatment, donations are not tax deductible at this time. Nu-Life provides all Nu-V3 devices and services at cost, which allows donations to go much, much further.
Is there a way I can contribute if I do not have funds to donate?
Absolutely! There are several ways to support the H.O.P.E. initiative:
How do I participate or get someone I know to participate in The H.O.P.E. Initiative program?
This question is our most asked, and an indication of just how many people are in need of Nu-V3. Also our most difficult question to answer, until recently. We no longer have to say "no" or "not yet" to those who qualify for The H.O.P.E. Initiative program. Of course, we can't treat everyone, all at once, hence The H.O.P.E. Initiative, which is limited at least for now, to approximately 1,000 people. H.O.P.E. is a way to begin treating those in need, in large numbers, so they may then lead the way to a significant increase in availability of Nu-V3 across the United States, then globally.
Resources for H.O.P.E.
I am a first responder. I am looking for a resource, someone to connect with on the issues facing us at this time of crisis. Please help.
Please allow me to direct you to one or more of these resources:
I am a veteran. I understand Nu-Life will be offering treatment for symptoms associated with PTSD soon. Presently, I am looking for a resource to connect to regarding my specific situation. Can you help?
Absolutely. While there are numerous resources for veteran support and some you may have already contacted, the following list are the respources we believe to be the most significant in terms of immediate guidance:
I am a heathcare worker, looking for a place to go to to talk about coping with the daily stresses of my work and/or home life. What or who would you suggest?
These are some possible respources for you: