This Device To Ease Stress Is Being Tested In A Trailer Park. The Science Behind It? Flimsy

Published: Nov 18, 2016

Its first wearable device, priced at $199, promised to energize you with a few zaps of electrical pulses to the neck.

Now, the startup Thync is developing a new model aimed at reducing stress. After sinking $30 million into research and development at Thync, the team set out recently to test the second-generation model — in a trailer park in Warren, Mich.

It’s collecting some positive reviews. But the science behind the buzzy new technology?

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