How it works

Our random vibration improves dysregulated breathing & heart rates in newborns 

Propelling pacemaker neurons

Pacemaker neurons found in the lower brainstem, the "oldest" region of the brain, are responsible for breathing and heart rate. Science teaches us how random (stochastic) stimulation propels neurons helping to stabilize dysregulated breathing and heart rates.

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Precisely controlled & safe

Prapela stimulation is the most precisely controlled random (stochastic) vibration for infant health in the world.   Our random vibration moves up and down less than the diameter of a human hair and at a speed difficult to sense.  All these tiny movements require less than 5 volts of electricity an amount so low it can not cause a shock.