The Familiar Fear of Needles.
Check out the video below to see how “Hugh” overcomes his fear of finger pricks and no longer gets anxious about glucose monitoring.
The fear of needles and finger pricks is most common in children, but 20-30% of adults continue to fear them. Pain and finger soreness are the top reasons diabetics sometimes skip blood glucose testing, which makes it hard to effectively manage diabetes.
How to use DigiVibe™
Simply hold the DigiVibe in your hand or place the stand on a flat clean surface and press the suction activation button.
Center your finger under the DigiVibe tip and allow the device to vibrate your finger for about 12 seconds.
As the DigiVibe is vibrating, prick your finger and proceed with your typical glucose testing routine.
See How DigiVibe™ Makes a Difference.
DigiVibe is making life easier, one fingerstick at a time.
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“”Finally!” is all I can say. After years of searching for something, anything to make glucose testing more tolerable, a friend reached out to me on social media to suggest DigiVibe. Talked to my doctor and ordered with skepticism, but it has out-performed my expectations. Now I recommend it to every fellow diabetic I know.”
“As parents who pay very close attention to the health of our children, we’re so grateful to have a product that requires no additional medications to reduce pain. Keeping our household stocked with clean foods and free of toxins is already hard enough. DigiVibe is a fantastic tool for people like us.”
“I can’t thank the inventors of DigiVibe enough! Friends told me it would get easier, but six years after my type 2 diagnosis I still loathed the pain and soreness of monitoring my blood sugar. I used to dread pricking my finger each day, but now I think nothing of it. DigiVibe is a true lifehack for fingersticks.”
“Children shouldn’t have to face finger-prick pain every day on top of the diagnosis for a lifelong condition like diabetes. Thanks to DigiVibe my 8-year-old daughter now looks forward to “buzz time” as we’ve started calling it. No more tears or tantrums.”