Thync, Wearable Technology That Connects With an iPhone App to Help Regulate a Person’s Moods

Thync is a wearable device that uses the concept of neural signaling to help regulate a person’s mood through an iPhone app that acts as a control center. The device connects to the skin via medical-grade conduction strips, which carry a low level of electricity into facial nerves that communicate with the brain to either stimulate or calm the mood.

Neurosignaling is the coupling of an energy waveform to a neural structure (receptor, nerve or brain tissue) to modulate its activity. Neurosignaling waveforms or Vibes consist of precise algorithms that bias activity of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, so that you can enjoy a shift into a more energetic or relaxed state. Neurosignaling builds upon the best features of long-standing tDCS and TENS techniques by using pulsed currents with lower-intensity and higher-frequency outputs delivered through bio-compatible materials for greater safety and comfort. At Thync, we have developed proprietary neurosignaling technology that delivers signals to the brain through three neural pathways:






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