Sleep & Home
Using your HSA/FSA
If you are purchasing a single order: check out as a guest (not Shop Pay) and choose Truemed as the payment option [Note: You must select the Truemed payment option to maintain compliance with HSA/FSA spending. We will provide a required Letter of Medical Necessity after payment).
Why is Frenz Brainband eligible?
The Frenz Brainband, is a unique device designed to enhance sleep quality. It uses advanced technology to monitor and analyze sleep patterns, delivering personalized audio sessions based on real-time data. This could be particularly beneficial for individuals with chronic conditions, as improved sleep is known to play a critical role in overall health and well-being. By promoting deeper and more restful sleep, the Frenz Brainband may help in managing or even preventing some chronic conditions.
For qualified customers, there is an added benefit. The Frenz Brainband can be purchased using HSA/FSA funds, thanks to a partnership with Truemed. This provides a cost-effective way for individuals to access this advanced sleep technology. The use of HSA/FSA funds for such purchases not only makes it more affordable but also emphasizes the health-related advantages of the Frenz Brainband.
Is Frenz Brainband eligible for HSA/FSA?
Products and services may require a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) to qualify for HSA or FSA spending, indicating that the expense is for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease and for treatments affecting any part or function of the body.
Is Frenz Brainband Medicine?
The Frenz Brainband and similar brain-focused products aim to support brain health and potentially prevent or manage conditions through various technologies. These include neurofeedback to encourage healthy brain function, brain stimulation techniques like tDCS or TMS for treating conditions such as depression, cognitive training exercises to enhance brain functions, stress reduction tools to mitigate health issues linked to chronic stress, and sleep improvement aids to combat diseases associated with poor sleep. While these approaches offer promising benefits, their effectiveness can vary, and they should complement traditional medical advice. It's crucial to rely on scientific research and consult healthcare professionals to assess the efficacy and appropriateness of such products for individual health needs.