Can this little sticker really reduce stress and fight anxiety? Not only does a pack of 20 photos cost US$80, but you also have to spend US$30 per month to subscribe to the APP to use it, which also made journalists curious to know whether it Trying it will be effective.
According to the Daily Mail, an American manufacturer has launched a sticker called NuCalm. The former British royal wifeMeganAlthough she and her husband have “retired” from the royal family, their every move still attracts the attention of the outside world. When she stepped out on August 10 this year, the media photographed her with this sticker on her hand.
The company claims that when this sticker is applied to acupuncture points on the inside of the wrist, it will send signals to the pericardium of the heart, stimulating the parasympathetic nerves, thereby affecting the body’s response to external stress. To test the product’s functionality, Daily Mail reporter Cassidy Morrison wore the sticker on her wrist for 10 consecutive days.
He believes that although the company’s description is based on traditional Chinese medicine in designing the sticker, he personally feels that the sticker is merely a “placebo.” Morrison said she felt her stress went down the first few days after using the stickers, but after a few days she felt “nothing at all”.
The app that comes with NuCalm stickers has very light music. She thinks that listening to that music helps her relax and sleep well at night, but it still has nothing to do with the stickers. Morrison visited the official website to find information about the product. Although the official website stated that it was “clinically proven” to be effective, there was no such experimental information. Many netizens also think that spending $80 to relieve stress is actually an exaggeration. Some people think that Meghan may have deliberately exposed the sticker as “career partner”. The sticker is not useful at all.