With the rise of wearable technology for health, there are now devices capable of targeting everything from nausea and stress to chronic pain—Livia is specifically designed to relieve menstrual cramps.
Quite simply, this compact pain management device taps into the wavelength of a woman's menstrual pain and blocks it from being registered in the body. This is done though a small unit containing two flower-shaped electrodes that can be temporarily attached to a target area.
Unlike many other solutions for period pain management, this one is drug-free, works instantly, boasts no side effects and a tolerance for the treatment won't be developed over time, meaning that it will always be effective. Currently crowdfunding on Indiegogo, this inventive device has already surpassed its initial funding goals.