James Davis

Thync Reviews - What Is It?

WARNING: DO NOT BUY Thync Until You Read This Review!
Is it a Scam? Does It Really Work? Check Ingredients, Side Effects and More!

Thync is a wearable device that claims to provide you with calmness during stressful situations, to increase your energy levels and to prove the quality of your sleep. The device works with a smartphone app and uses neuroscience to manage your mindfulness, fitness, and sleep in synergy with your body and mind. The Thync app promises to improve your meditation, help you focus, and enhance your yoga practice. It can boost your workouts and performance in general, as well as improve your rest and recovery. Finally, the Thync app is said to improve your sleep and give you energy in the afternoon without the use of caffeine. How does it do this? Are the results really worth your money? Let's see how the application works to improve your state of mind.

The Thync system consists of three components. The first one is the module, which attaches to your forehead. Calm and Energy strips attach to the module and Vibes (energy or calming states) are delivered via the app on your iOS or Android device. Thync sends low-energy waveforms to your head's nerves, which causes your body to energize or relax. Depending on the chosen Vibes you may experience different benefits, for instance, motivation, fitness, intensity and energy. At first, Energy Vibes increase your mental arousal, focus and attention; improve your motivation and physical and mental energy. Then Thync's Calm Vibes promote your physiological relaxation for you to better focus on your training. These can also improve your recovery and rest after training. Can this system really boost your performance, provide you with the desired calmness, reduce stress and improve sleep? We will try to find out by taking a look at the science behind the device and real users' reviews.

Customer Reviews - Does Thync Really Work?


Thync was founded in 2011 by a few experts in the sphere of neuroscience, neurobiology, and consumer electronics from institutions that include Harvard, MIT, and Stanford Universities. The specialists relied on a few decades of years of research about transcranial electrical stimulation (TES) called neurosignaling. It is the process of using the brain's waveforms to better understand your emotional or cognitive state. Biofeedback is probably the oldest method of neurosignaling. This is when a person is connected to electrodes which read different signals from your brain and skin. Thync sends low-level electrical impulses to peripheral nerves in your face and head. As a result, your nerves activate your parasympathetic nervous system to decrease your stress and get more relaxed. The ability of the device to change your state of mind seems to be fantastic and unreal, though.

Is there any clinical research backing up these claims? According to the Thync official website, a neurosignaling study published in the journal Nature in 2015, but it seems to have measured only the physiological changes taking place when the user is wearing the device. It did not measure the real impact of these changes on the wearer. The founder, Dr. W. Jamie Tyler, said that the only way to estimate what was happening to the users was to ask them how they felt. Their answers might not be objective enough, so it is difficult to make any legitimate conclusions. According to Tyler's words, about 75 to 80 percent of the users felt positive. The specialists also used a questionnaire to ask each user of their experience, which was certainly positive, according to the author of the device.

It has to be noted that neurosignaling is a relatively new science, so the current research is slim. There is no third-party research neither for Thync, nor for neurosignaling in general. With this in mind, the technology is associated with a great deal of skepticism. What are real-world users of the device experiencing? Amazon customers rated the device an average of 3.1 stars based on seventy reviews. The most common compliments referenced increase of energy, mild relaxation and ease of use. At the same time, the most common complaints cited problems during use (loss of connectivity with phone), failure to receive results, and that you need to keep your neck shaved and wipe your skin with alcohol before using the device. Some customers report that they felt a strong urge to take a nap after using the Thync system, while the others condessed that it made them indifferent and lazy. One person noted experiencing difficulty putting words together. It can be concluded that the system works for only some people. Many users did not have any response. Let us take a look at the real users' reviews online.

"I bought the Thync device from the official website but it took several months to arrive. Despite several emails I sent to them, I received the product really late. This was a negative first impression of the company. The company convicted the bad shipping but, in my opinion, it was their fault. The product did not do what was promised by the manufacturer. It did not alleviate any anxiety issues or anything of the kind"

"Before buying thync, I contacted their customer support service to ask some questions about the android app. They promised me that it works just perfectly, so I ordered the device. Unfortunately the product never worked as promised. I used it two times a day for three weeks, trying different levels and positioning, watching their videos, talking to people on forums about it. I ensured that this product was snake oil. The only positive thing was that I was able to get my money back"

"Thync is sucking and does absolutely nothing! I did on the energy vibe at about 50% power for ten minutes and had very uncomfortable sensations. My right eyeball started hurting and I got a headache. I was hoping to replace my daily coffee with this device but not a chance. It just doesn't work for me. I hope to get a refund. I do not recommend this product"

Where To Buy Thync?

The Thync Kit can be purchased directly from the manufacturer for $200, including free shipping. The set includes the Thync Module, five Energy Strips, five Calm Strips, User Guide, and Charging Cable. Each strip can be used five to fifteen times before can be replaced. Replacement five-packs can be bought for $20 each. The product is unavailable on Amazon, GNC or Walmart.

My Final Summary

Taking into account everything we have learnt in this review, I can assume that the Thync system will not work for you as well as the manufacturer claims. The device may only work for some users, the greater number of users will not see any effect, while a few percent of people will suffer from side effects like headache. It clearly won't provide value for the money of most buyers. The company doesn' provide any additional information about factors that could influence the effectiveness of the device. If you suffer from stress, insomnia, agitation or any other condition, you should see a doctor. With all this, I cannot recommend Thync to usage.