With the gift-giving season in full swing, TouchPoints™ are flying off the metaphorical shelves! After all, who couldn't use the gift of calm in the form of wearable devices that provide near-instant stress relief? If you're not convinced yet, check out these recent TouchPoint features:
As the gold medal winner of the 2018 Edison Awards, which recognizes groundbreaking technology in wellness, this anxiety-minimizing gadget lives up to the recognition. Using a neuroscience technology called BLAST, which stands for bilateral alternating stimulation–tactile, the wearable device administers gentle micro- vibrations on either side of the body that have beenshown to reduce stress by 70 percent in as little as 30 seconds. While designed to help manage everyday triggers, it may prove particularly fruitful during chaotic holiday travel—or if you’re getting the third degree at the Thanksgiving table.
Edison Gold Award Winning TouchPoints are neuroscience-backed wearable devices that not only increase focus and attention by up to 50% but can also improve sleep by alleviating underlying stress. School districts across the country are using TouchPoints in the classroom to help kids focus, and parents love using TouchPoints during homework time. People have reached for their TouchPoints more than 1 million times in the past year as a tool for better focus and stress relief.
Who doesn’t need better sleep and less stress, especially during the busy holidays? TouchPoints bands use a neuroscience technology called BLAST (bilateral alternating stimulation tactile) designed to reduce up to 70% of stress in less than 30 seconds, with the push of a button.
Using gentle, micro-haptic vibrations Touchpoints alters a body’s natural stress response, resulting in a calm state of mind. Touchpoints have up to six settings (calm, focus, sleep, anger, performance, cravings) and offers customizable wristbands to match your unique style.
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