Fall Asleep Fast & 

Stay Asleep All Night

TouchPoints were shortlisted as Time's best invention of the year.

How do they work?  

Stress is one of the most common and pervasive sleep disruptors. It impacts three out of four people today, with sleep disruption as one of the most common complaints.  When you're stressed, your adrenal glands release hormones like adrenaline and cortisol that keep you wired and … awake.  But if you can stop the stress, you can change your sleep. That's where TouchPoints come in. TouchPoints' proprietary neuroscience technology uses gentle, alternating micro-vibrations to get you back into calm, sleep mode in seconds. 

Research-proven Results: Scientific Advisory Board study shows TouchPoints help you fall asleep within 15 minutes and wake up 80% less in the middle of the night.

Three Simple Steps for Sound Sleep

Before one of the biggest presentations of my career, I decided to use TouchPoints to help ease my anxiety. Not only did my completely calm my nerves, but I was able to clear my mind and absolutely crush my presentation.


Because stress is one of the biggest sleep disruptors plaguing people today, TouchPoints’ ability to alleviate it means it can naturally help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.    - Dr. Michael J. Breus, The Sleep Doctor

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TouchPoints for Sleep

If you have difficulty falling asleep, simply place your TouchPoints inside the included zippered sweatbands on your wrists or ankles 15 minutes before bedtime. Your TouchPoints will shut off on their own - they have a built in 30 minute timer so you don't have to worry about turning them off once you fall into your restful night's sleep. 


 If you tend to wake up in the middle of the night and can’t go back to sleep, keep your TouchPoints charged and on your nightstand. When you wake up, simply choose your setting (most people prefer slow/blue), insert your TouchPoints into the zippered bands and slide onto wrists or ankles.

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