State-Of-The-Art technology

VGuard utilizes non-invasive stimulation of the vagus nerve, known as transcutaneous auricular vagal nerve stimulation (atVNS). The therapy aims to enhance brain activity in structures related to memory processing, such as the hippocampus, amygdala, and locus coeruleus. Such activation is crucial in Alzheimer's desease, where these brain structures undergo neurodegeneration, impairing memory processing. Through years of research, we've developed the VGuard brain booster.

How VGuard Works?

VGuard works by gently stimulating a specific vagal nerve branches near the ear using a small, safe electrical current, all done comfortably through a headband equipped with soft electroders. This approach ensures ease of use and comfort for our patients.
Stimulation Process

Stimulation is carried out through the use of two key components—a stimulator and electrodes. These electrodes are affixed to the patient’s ear, after which the stimulation process is activated either via a dedicated application or a base station.

This process utilizes an electrical current characterized by its exceptionally low charge, ensuring a delicate and precise approach to stimulation.

Treatment flow

Our priority was to create a device that is comfortable and easy to use. The treatment or electrostimulation process takes place during sleep, so it does not interfere with the patient’s daily life.

The unique design allow for a comfortable and restful sleep while the device is in operation.

How Vguard Works
Vguard device

Base Station

Base Station of the VGuard system is your control center from which you can adjust all necessary  settings of stimulation and also to start the treatment


We have 3 sizes of the headband which is used to hold the Neurostimulator on your head. S, M, L. The headband is very comfortable and helps you to sleep better at night.

VGuard Stimulator

The most important part of VGuard System. The neurostimulator that is the brain of our device. It is put on the headband and it is controled by base station.


These electrodes are connected to your ear during the night.

VGuard System

A user-friendly medical device designed to provide non-invasive nerve stimulation. This device, paired with the base station is crafted to enhance patient care and support vital clinical research.