My afternoon pick-me-up packs more of a jolt than your average cup of joe.
I’ve been sticking a new $300 device called Thync to my temple when I need an energy boost or help unwinding for the past week and a half. In sessions lasting five to 20 minutes, the gadget zaps a low-voltage electrical current through nerves in my forehead.
The sensation is like drinking an espresso, accompanied by a tingle of prickly heat behind the ear. That’s the feeling of an Energy “vibe.”
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