Thync Will Zap You in the Mood: New Wearable Headset Will Hack Your Brain in Fifteen Minutes

Tap your smartphone and zap your head.

That’s right, there’s a new mood-changing headset that just hit the market and it’s proven to perk you up, keep you focused, and even calm you down.

Thync is a new wearable headset that will change your mood in just 15 minutes, and it is just like using drugs, except it doesn’t come with all that bad stuff.Thync is a new wearable headset that will change your mood in just 15 minutes, and it is just like using drugs, except it doesn’t come with all that bad stuff.

For years a large percentage of the population has long relied on caffeine, alcohol and sleeping pills to alter their moods. And let’s face it, we all know drugs of sorts are not healthy and they sure as heck don’t play a positive role on the longevity front for us humans.

However, java, energy drinks, booze, and nighty-night pills now have some serious stiff competition.

Enter Thync, a new wearable headset that will change your mood in just 15 minutes, and it is just like using drugs, except it doesn’t come with all that bad stuff.

The device delivers teeny electrical beats to the brain through small pads that are placed on the temple and the back of the neck.

There are three mental states one can choose from via the Thync smartphone app: Calm, Focus and Energy. Just click on the mood you want, wait 15 minutes and your mood will be changed. You can even adjust the strength of the mood you desire through the on-demand control setting on your phone.

Isy Goldwasser: “We created Thync to help people better access the power of their mind. We believe that when you conquer your mind, you can conquer your day.”Isy Goldwasser: “We created Thync to help people better access the power of their mind. We believe that when you conquer your mind, you can conquer your day.”

According to the company’s website, “Thync’s technology platform comprises neurosignaling algorithms, hardware, software and biomaterials. The company is integrating the most advanced aspects of neuroscience and consumer electronics to create a new category of products that give individuals access to their own capabilities, without the need for chemicals or supplements.”

Thync was founded by Silicon Valley technology gurus Isy Goldwasser and Dr. Jamie Tyler. Their new invention has already raised $13-million (USD) in capital funding, and the headset ranges from $150.00 to $500.00 in price, depending on the style you select.

“We created Thync to help people better access the power of their mind,” says Goldwasser. “We believe that when you conquer your mind, you can conquer your day.”

Dr. Tyler explains that the “sale of products and services related to inducing energy and relaxed states exceed $400 billion per year globally.”

He adds, “Recent market research indicates that in the U.S., energy drinks are a $12.5 billion per year industry, while coffee, alcohol and artificial stimulant use is at an all-time high. The wearables market is projected to top more than $7 billion in 2015, with an estimated 300 million wearables to be shipped. Thync encompasses all of these categories with a chemical free product that will tap directly into the source – the user’s brain.”