10+ years of research
Since 2011, Thync scientists have conducted iterative testing on thousands of subjects to verify Feelzing’s safety and efficacy.
Feelzing increases energy for 84% of users
In a double-blind, placebo controlled study with 70 participants, 84% of subjects reported a moderate or strong increase in energy levels when using Feelzing.
90% cite a positive benefit on their mental state
In a 2019 survey of 67 Feelzing users, 61% of people experienced an energizing effect equal to or greater than coffee.
Benefits cited by customers: alertness, concentration, focus, increased motivation and productivity, reduced mental and physical fatigue.
How it works
Feelzing activates and balances your autonomic nervous system
Autonomic nervous system balance
Feelzing works by sending a patterned electric waveform to the nerves of the autonomic nervous system, creating the optimal state for productivity: calm alertness.
For this optimal state, we need our autonomic nervous system to up-regulate and balance our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
Without ANS balance, we’re cracked out or lethargic
Feelzing restores balance so you can be productive
Based on the literature of peripheral nerve stimulation, Thync’s scientists developed a unique high-frequency and high-amplitude waveform to most effectively stimulate nerves connected to your autonomic nervous system.
The Feelzing patch is placed behind the ear on the mastoid. This area contains important nerve connections to the sympathetic nervous system (i.e. greater auricular and lesser occipital nerves) and parasympathetic nervous system (i.e. the vagus nerve).
Stimulation of these nerves together creates an optimal state of balance in the autonomic nervous system, resulting in a calm, energized state — without jitters or anxiety.
Feelzing uses a form of neurostimulation called transcutaneous peripheral nerve stimulation (tPNS).
McIntire 2019 - Peripheral Nerve Stimulation to Augment Human Analyst Performance
Air Force Research Lab shows peripheral nerve stimulation improves arousal, learning, and reaction time in active duty military.