Flow tDCS

transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Flow tDCS

Flow tDCS has similar efficacy to other treatments but with fewer side effects.


Bi-lateral Alternating Stimulation


TouchPoints are wearables that use gentle vibrations to reduce stress.


Virtual Reality Therapy


Virtual Reality (VR) has been shown to help physical and cognitive rehabilitation.


Neuromodulation via the Vagus Nerve


Neuromodulation – targeted electrical impulses to the brain via the Vagus Nerve.

Flow tDCS

Depression Treated Differently

  • Non-invasive wearable headset that uses brain stimulation
  • Used by over 20,000 people
  • Used by the NHS and available at Well Pharmacy

How Flow works

When you experience depression, there are lower levels of activity in the front area of your brain. This is the part responsible for regulating mood, sleep and motivation.

Your brain runs on electricity; Flow sends gentle electrical impulses into the area that has slowed down. This gets cells firing again and reduces your symptoms of depression.

The technology is called tDCS – or transcranial Direct Current Stimulation.

Until now it was expensive and only available at clinics. With Flow you can access the treatment at home.


TouchPoints are patented wearables that use gentle vibrations to reduce the negative impacts of stress.

  • Research shows TouchPoints increase focus by an average of 50%
  • TouchPoints are scientifically proven to reduce stress by 74% in 30 seconds
  • Research participants using TouchPoints fell asleep within 15 minutes and woke up 80% less

Physical Impact

Immediately reduce debilitating body sensations caused by stress like increased heart rate, headaches, upset stomach, muscle tension, chest pain, dry mouth and insomnia.

Mental Impact

Shift from your stress-induced “fight or flight” sympathetic nervous system to your logical, peaceful parasympathetic nervous system, helping you to think clearly.

Lasting Impact

Using TouchPoints to shift your body’s reaction to stress creates long-lasting new behavior patterns which lessen the negative impacts of stress.

Virtual Reality (VR)

As well as aiding with mental health, Virtual Reality (VR) has been shown to help physical and cognitive rehabilitation, with many VR applications being able to support a range of therapeutic programmes.

The recent Covid-19 crisis has highlighted just how useful digital interventions can be, and with the correct infrastructure, technology, management, and supervision, can help achieve the best results for you.

There is endless amounts of research surrounding VR. It is ever-changing and always updating, as one would expect in digital health. At The Well, we have our Virtual reality headset and have found it to aid relaxation, help with meditation and improve sleep. This may be a totally new concept for you, but for us, this has been an option we have strongly believed for a long time should be accessible to everyone as a viable mental health digital option. Sometimes in the world of mental health and wellbeing we have to think outside of the box, but here at The Well we try to think that there is no box!!

We have to be dynamic, innovative, and brave enough to try new things and different approaches. Our efforts to keep up with digital advances will benefit the whole community as we strive to deliver only the best!


Clinically validated, wearable neurotech, in the palm of your hand.

Rewire your nervous system; Nurosym delivers small, targeted electrical impulses to the brain via the Vagus Nerve.

The Parasym device uses micro-pulses of electrical current to target the vagus nerve and modulate baseline mechanisms of the autonomic nervous system.
As the world leader in non-invasive vagus nerve modulation, Parasym has a user focused approach and is committed to developing wearable technology that improves clinical care and user experience. Parasym’s proprietary technology provides an optimised, low-risk, portable neuromodulation


  • Diseases related to autonomic imbalance
  • Pain and fibromyalgia
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Long-COVID

Neuromodulation system Benefits:

  • Safe
  • Non-invasive
  • Few, if any, side effects
  • Adjunctive
  • Clinically effective
  • Rechargeable and cost effective
  • Easy to use
  • Addresses unmet clinical needs