Think you know depression? Read this to see how stress and childhood trauma can impact depression.This is a very informative article published on the Harvard Health website. We offer effective treatment of depression. If you or someone close to you is suffering from depression, please let us know by completing our inquiry form. Introduction: It’s […]

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Tourette Syndrome (TS) has been the subject of misinformation and jokes. In college I read a humor article in our newspaper. The writer described yelling expletives at someone who beat her to a parking space in a crowded parking lot only to later find out that person was attending the same funeral as she was. […]

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Our attitude toward health has never been more holistic—it seems like Western culture is finally syncing with its Eastern neighbours, as our approach focuses more and more on prevention rather than cures. It also means that rather than simply looking after our immune systems, we’re now employing a more 360-degree approach to wellness, covering everything […]

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It’s back to school time, and students are transitioning back to class with stress. A national survey of college freshmen found 50 percent reported feeling stressed most or all of the time and 36 percent did not feel as if they were in control of managing the stress of day-to-day college life. Students accept stress […]

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Dr. Amy Serin interviews with the Clark Howard Show of WSBT 2 News of Atlanta Georgia at CES 2018 live. Clark’s takeaway: The fact that this tackles stress in a non-invasive way without pharmaceuticals is a big plus, Clark says. He also appreciates that the  company is dedicated to the wellness of veterans and those […]

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Finding another female-founded tech startup with ambitions to scale in Arizona is like looking for the mythical unicorn, said Vicki Mayo, cofounder of The Touchpoint Solution, a wearable technology that reduces the stress response. So when she heard about Project Entrepreneur’s Summit in Los Angeles, where women entrepreneurs had the chance to connect with one another and […]

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Dr Amy Serin says you got everything wrong about stress! but she has very good news for you… She will explain you the physiology of stress and emotions and offer you a simple and non invasive solutions: TouchPoints to deal with daily stressful situations and live a better life. Q1-01:33: What inspired you to become a neuropsychologist? Q2-02:07: Is the […]

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A stress-reducing wearable device developed in Scottsdale launched Tuesday with a $15,000 Kickstarter campaign. Buzzies are non-invasive, wearable devices that claim to alleviate stress and improve performance by overriding the “fight or flight” mechanism in your brain. Peoria neuroscientist Dr. Amy Serin, who runs the Serin Center in Peoria, discovered the new technology and partnered […]

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Dr. Amy Serin is a Neuropsychologist at The Serin Center and Inventor of TouchPoints (formerly Buzzies), who is a recognized national leader in applied neuroscience. Her success is inspiring to women globally, so we are proud to say she was raised in Arizona! Learn more about Amy Serin… Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona First job: My first […]

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