November 28, 2017

“The high-tech lifestyle device is certainly worthy of a gift for the high-strung family member and will make an interesting conversation piece.”

- The Washington Times

With the gift-giving season getting into 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 the following gift guides that feature TouchPoints™:

1. Holiday Gift Guide 2017 - Best in home and health gadgets | The Washington Times

What is it? A pair of stress-relieving devices

Price: $150
Gift group: Humans looking for a quick way to reach an inner calm

Santa’s scoop: No one can claim that he exists in a stress-free universe, and TouchPoint Solutions looks to relieve levels of anxiety with its “better living through neuroscience” products.

However, the high-tech lifestyle device is certainly worthy of a gift for the high-strung family member and will make an interesting conversation piece. Owners do get a 30-day, money-back guarantee, but they pay for return shipping.

2. The 2017 ADDitude Gift Guide for Adults with ADHD | ADDitude

Stress is toxic on its own. Add to it hyperactive emotions or racing ADHD brain, and you may really struggle to calm down and regroup following an anxiety-producing situation. If so, TouchPoints™ may help. TouchPoints™ us a wearable stress-management device that uses a research-backed alternating vibration pattern - known as BLAST technology - to reduce your stress levels in as little as 30 seconds. Different TouchPoints™' settings may also help boost focus, zero in before an important presentation, or even promote sleep. The newest model, the TouchPoints™ original, is app-controlled - making it easier than ever to calm down quickly when tempers rise.

3. 30+ Unique Gifts For Men: 2017 Holiday Gift Guide | Aspiring Gentleman

We recently heard about the TOUCHPOINTS™ wearable devices that use BLAST (Bi-Lateral Alternating Stimulation-Tactile) technology to help to reduce stress. Invented by neuroscientist Dr. Amy Serin, this is intended as a new way to create calm, sleep and day to day anxiety. While we love our whiskey, tequila, rum, and over liquors, this device is better than a shot or two which would likely be good only for just the evening.The TOUCHPOINTS™ work with an app and have six settings or the new, basic model has three settings and does not require an app. You can visit www.thetouchpointsolution.com judge whether you believe it can work or not. It’s too early to tell for us but we still want to mention this wearable device.

4. 2017 Holiday Gift Guide - Tech Gifts | All Mommy Wants

TOUCHPOINTS™ are new breakthrough wearable devices that use BLAST (Bi-Lateral Alternating Stimulation-Tactile) technology to help to reduce stress by over 70% in as little as 30 seconds! The devices are non-invasive, drug free and have shown great success not only for day to day anxiety and stress, for cravings, to promote restful sleep, deal with anger, and help us to focus and therefore increase performance.

The original TOUCHPOINTS™ work with an app and have six settings; the new, basic model has three settings and does not require an app, making it easier for children with ADHD or autism to use them in school or elsewhere more easily.

5. Holiday Gift Guide 2017 | My Sparkling Life

TOUCHPOINTS™ are new breakthrough wearable devices that use BLAST (Bi-Lateral Alternating Stimulation-Tactile) technology to help to reduce stress by over 70% in as little as 30 seconds! The devices are non-invasive, drug free and have shown great success not only for day to day anxiety and stress, for cravings, to promote restful sleep, deal with anger, and help us to focus and therefore increase performance.

6. Gift Ideas for Friends | Giveaways4Moms

Alleviate stress with TouchPoints. With separate settings for sleeping and exercise, these wristbands connect directly into the nervous system to help rid yourself of stress. It’s the number one way of getting rid of stress using the latest neuroscience.


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