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.