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Review: NuCalm

I’m listening to it now. It’s music but it’s even more. It’s a sound bath but even that doesn’t entirely do it justice. I’m feeling frequencies and it comes from NuCalm, a patented neuroscience technology. What if told you that professional athletes use it? What if I told you the various branches of the military not just use it but rely on it? Now, what if I told you that even advanced cancer patients feel like they can’t live without it? Bold, I know, but all these testimonials and endorsements exist.

Tony Robbins is a user and a fan so much that he even discusses it in his latest book Life Force. Jim Kwik, bestselling author of Limitless himself also leverages the tech and the list goes on. So why are we mere mortals just now hearing about this? It might be because up until the last year or so it would have cost you thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars and was shared through celebrity doctors, professional athletic team physicians, or administered through special military exercises.

David Fagan, considered a Beverly Hills Talent Manager, has been challenging me to try NuCalm for some time now and he explained it like this “There are a lot of things I need to do and preferably at fairly specific times. I need to sleep at certain times, exercise at certain times, focus and work at certain times, and so on. We don’t always feel able to sleep or feel like exercising but NuCalm has patented tech with various tracks that help me create more of those feelings on demand so I can do what I need to do when I need to do it. After all, sometimes willpower just isn’t enough. Plus, the more I do the right things, the best things, the more I’m forming the habits that make these good things more automatic.” You can see why I used the quote.

For others, it’s as simple as just wanting and needing to recharge and reboot. Stress is a killer, and this unwinding process is what I value the most. Fifteen minutes and I’m ready to do what needs to be done.

So, here’s what you do. You put on a patch (which looks and feels like a sticker) that works by signaling the body to emit a naturally occurring neurotransmitter called Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid which I’m told is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that counteracts the effects of cortisol and adrenaline, thus slowing down and relaxing the brain.

This isn’t meant to be a commercial for them but the social proof, name-dropping, and scientific evidence just come too easy. In just the last few months alone they have been in USA Today, CBS, and the Robb Report. They have been doing training at universities and even with the FBI at Quantico. So, with so much to say in their favor, I’m going to do something a little different and tell you what some scientists would say against this technology.

I asked some researchers with big degrees (that asked to remain nameless) that weren’t as impressed with the tech, what they had against it. There were a lot of big words but bottom line I was educated on the true power of the placebo effect potentially explaining some of the good things that come from this kind of tech. One even said that some of the positive results could even just be what is called the Mozart effect, which is the theory that classical music, especially Mozart’s, may temporarily boost intelligence or have other similar positive powers.

Regardless this reviewer says give it a try and see if it works for you. NuCalm regularly has exhibited at everything from NFL’s Superbowl week to the Toronto Film Festival to University’s to Tony Robbin events. We give it a thumbs up and 5 out of 5 stars with it now being cheaper for us mere mortals.

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