Friday, February 13, 2015

Mood-Altering Wearable Thync Releases First Brain Test Data

from slashdot:

Thync, the world's first wearable that alters a user's mood has released the first set of data that shows its device reduces stress without chemicals. The study found that "the levels of salivary -amylase, an enzyme that increases with stress, as well as noradrenergic and sympathetic activity, significantly dropped for the subjects that received electrical neurosignaling compared to the subjects that received the sham."

User review here:

Compare to the Fisher Wallace Stimulator ($600-700) for pain, anxiety, depression:

Different device,  ($30), same manufacturer, good reviews: