How Barbra Found Out About Noodle
Barbara had always been afraid of needles. She suffered from trypanophobia, a fear of injections, and even the thought of getting a blood test or a vaccination made her anxious. She had tried everything to overcome her needle phobia, from therapy to self-help books, but nothing seemed to work.
One day, while browsing online, she stumbled upon a strange device called Noodle. According to the website, Noodle was a hand-held device that could numb and disinfect the skin before an injection, making the process less painful and less intimidating.
Barbara was skeptical at first, but she was desperate to find a solution to her phobia. She decided to give Noodle a try and ordered one online.
When the device arrived, she was pleasantly surprised by its compact size and easy-to-use design. She followed the instructions and placed the sponge stick on her skin, holding the electrodes in place for 25 seconds. To her amazement, the skin around the injection site became numb, and she felt much less anxious about the prospect of getting an injection.
Over time, Barbara became more comfortable with the idea of injections and even started to look forward to using Noodle before every shot. She even recommended it to her friends and family who shared her fear of needles.
Thanks to Noodle, Barbara was able to overcome her trypanophobia and take control of her health without feeling scared or anxious.