Forget taking a pill for menstrual cramps, this device will get rid of them instead.Livia is a new device that literally shocks your cramps away.SEE MORE: This device stops you from snoring
By tuning into the wavelength frequency of your cramps, Livia stimulates nerve endings, blocking the pain from reaching your brain.
All you have to do is attach the device to your clothes, stick on the pads and turn Livia on.
And by “cramps,” I mean pain so bad that I wound up in the hospital at least once a year for the past decade. How I got rid of them for good, one green drink at a time. read more
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