Neurosonic relaxation pod provides a welcome sanctuary for pressured frontline staff at Whipps Cross Hospital
In these times of national emergency, it is important to help those who are battling on the frontline to help keep us safe; and Welltek has taken the initiative to provide technology-based furniture to a London hospital.
Welltek is a leading London-based furniture company and the only firm in the UK to distribute furniture made with Neurosonic technology.
Now Welltek has answered the call for help from Whipps Cross Hospital in north London and has provided a Neurosonic wave and a neuron activation pod for its makeshift wellness centre.
The facility provides a space for hardworking NHS staff to have a break when working their shift at the hospital during the current pandemic.
The Wave mattress and N.A.P from Lo0ok Industries, a ground-breaking Finnish technology company, work via sensory tissue stimulation to help the mind and body relax and recover over a 10-minute programme.
The mattress and pod use Neurosonic technology to increase the user’s wellbeing by helping to improve sleep quality, reduce migraine problems, and relieve stress and many more ailments, both physical and mental.
The technology is based on sensory tissue stimulation, with built-in elements transmitting a very-low-frequency (20-100 Hz) sinusoidal vibration, targeted simultaneously to the whole body.
Neil Jenkins, founder and managing director of Welltek, said: “I had the pleasure of meeting many hard-working doctors and nurses at Whipps Cross Hospital this week.
“Our NHS staff are working tirelessly to keep us safe in these very-difficult times, without a thought for their own safety, and we are delighted to be able to help in any way we can.
“By providing the Wellness centre with a wave and N.A.P we hope to make much-needed recovery breaks more relaxing and comfortable.
“The products have only been on site for a few days and already the feedback has been incredible.”
Welltek has now started a campaign to get as many Neurosonic products to hospitals as quickly as possible.