Meet TouchPoints! TouchPoints are designed to help you stress less, sleep better, enhance focus, and more!

Take a moment to register your TouchPoints for product coverage, review charging safety and care information, and learn about your Personalized Stress Profile with the quiz below. 


in the Box:

Setting Up:

Using TouchPoints:


Lead (L):

First device powered on

-used to select setting

Follower (F)

Second device powered on

-mimics setting from the lead

Either device can be a lead or follower based on which one is powered on first. 

Each TouchPoint device has three speeds with corresponding lights:

slow/blue, medium/yellow, fast/purple.

A brief green light displays when the follower device is searching for another TouchPoint to pair with and right before each TouchPoint powers off. A red light displays when the TouchPoints are charging. The red light will shutoff when the TouchPoint is fully charged. 

Step-by-Step Guide:



TouchPoints are intended to be used as needed throughout the day. TouchPoints can be used for a short duration to spot treat stress, or they may be left on for longer periods of time to prevent it.

Spot use:

Use TouchPoints on your preferred setting whenever you feel sudden stress. Most use TouchPoints for 5-15 minutes, or until they feel a sense of calm. There is no "too-long" with TouchPoints.

Preventative use:

Use TouchPoints prior and during a stressful situation, such as before an important meeting, before a test or presentation, or a difficult conversation. We recommend you begin using TouchPoints 15-30 minutes prior and if necessary, during, until you feel a sense of calm. 

For more ways to use TouchPoints, visit the Encyclopedia of Uses.


to Wear:

There are lots of ways to wear your TouchPoints, as long as you place one on the right and one on the left side of your body.

TouchPoints do not need to be touching the skin as long as you can feel the vibrations.


Are TouchPoints safe for all ages?

TouchPoints are recommended for ages 4 and up due to small parts posing a choking hazard. 

How do TouchPoints help reduce my stress?

When you're stressed, the 'fight or flight' part of your brain engages. TouchPoints shift you into the logical, rational part of your brain and allow you to think clearly and experience calm all within seconds. Having the ability to think rationally without an associated body sensation helps the brain create new neural pathways that are net positive, and this has a lasting effect on your brain.  See How TouchPoints Work for more information.

Do TouchPoints work on every condition related to stress and anxiety?

TouchPoints do not treat or cure any medical conditions but can help manage the underlying stress that accompanies many conditions in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle.

Can I wear TouchPoints all day?

TouchPoints are not intended to be used all day, however there is no "too long" with TouchPoints or harm in using BLAST for several hours at a time. Keep in mind a full charge can be ran for about 3-4 hours at a time, so if you prefer to use TouchPoints all day you may need multiple pairs. 

TouchPoints can begin to shift your stress response in as little as 30 seconds, and designed to be used as needed throughout the day, on average in about 5-30 minute periods.

For those with Parkinson's Disorder using TouchPoints to reduce tremors you may find you use TouchPoints longer than the average user. Use TouchPoints on your preferred setting until the tremor reduces or stops completely. 

Please note wearing TouchPoints all day, every day can result in the battery having a shorter life expectancy. 

How do I schedule my 10-minute phone consultation?

When will I know TouchPoints are the right fit for me?

Some users notice a considerable change in their stress related behaviors the first day they use TouchPoints. Some users may need 2-4 weeks to notice the effect. We encourage everyone to use TouchPoints consistently for the best results. 

Can TouchPoints be used for Parkinson’s Disorder (PD)?

We do have many customers reporting that using TouchPoints on the calm, anger, or performance settings may reduce the incidence of tremors associated with Parkinson's. Also, many customers report that using TouchPoints helps reduce the anger/agitation, and anxiety associated with these conditions and the "rebound" effect of medication.

There are two types of tremors, resting tremors and action tremors. TouchPoints seems to make action tremors better. Since Essential tremors and cerebellar tremors and action type tremors, we believe that Touchpoints technology works on the same brain circuity which is why they would likely result in improved control and tremor severity.

Currently, there are universities interested in pursuing research given these findings, but we as a company have not yet researched this. TouchPoints are shown to reduce the overall stress response and since TouchPoints are a general wellness device, we are still learning of so many potential applications to improve people's lives!

Why do you have to wear two TouchPoints?

Are TouchPoints waterproof?

TouchPoints are not waterproof, however, they are sweat-resistant.

How long do TouchPoints take to charge and how long is the battery life?

TouchPoints take 2-3 hours to charge fully. The battery life for TouchPoints is 3-4 hours depending on the settings used. 

What if TouchPoints don't work on me?

There are no known conditions that would render TouchPoints ineffective. TouchPoints should work on everyone because of how the brain integrates sensory input.

If it feels like your TouchPoints aren’t producing calm it could be because they are not on the right setting for you. Cycle through a couple different settings to find the one that works best for you.

If you are panicking or thinking about an extremely stressful event, it may take longer than 30 seconds to feel the difference. In this case, leave your TouchPoints on and then reassess every minute. In a few minutes, there should be a noticeable difference.

If you have a severe medical or mental health condition or are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, this may interfere with the results. If you have a dissociative disorder, autism, or agenesis of the corpus callosum, you may not be able to notice the positive changes even if they are occurring.

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