Quell, the Device You Wear During Sleep

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) devices are used to treat pain. Quell has created the only TENS device with sleep tech.

Quell looks to help ease the pain while you sleep. Read more below to learn the science behind this sleep technology.

There is a two-way relationship between sleep and pain.  Poor sleep makes pain worse and pain disrupts sleep.  So it is not surprising that most people with chronic pain also have poor sleep.  This may include a short sleep duration, difficulty falling asleep, waking up at night and altered sleep cycles.  Quell® offers patented technology to help control your pain while you sleep.

Sleep Modes

Quell offers various sleep modes for overnight use. Sleep modes control how therapy will operate while you sleep.

Gentle Overnight Overnight therapy at reduced intensity. This is the default mode.
Bedtime Only Therapy only while falling asleep.
Full Power Overnight therapy at regular daytime intensity.
As Needed Therapy only when Quell detects that you are having restless sleep.

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