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Therabody Smart Goggles Review: Heat, Vibration, and Massage

Therabody Smart Goggles Review: Heat, Vibration, and Massage

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The modern world has ruined my brain. I need constant stimulation, watching TV and scrolling TikTok or playing Tetris at the same time as I mentally put all of Jenna Ortega’s outfits in my shopping cart on Wednesday. I know. I need help.

I’m not quite the adult equivalent of an iPad kid. At least I can put my phone down in the presence of other people. But combine my phone addiction with a job spent typing on a computer screen and my skull and eyes started rebelling. I am plagued with eye fatigue and pounding headaches, the latter of which may or may not be a result of the above habits. Sometimes the headache throbs and hits me like lightning. As an added measure, my vision would occasionally blur for about 20 minutes before the pain hits. (Those eye migraines started before I owned a smartphone, for what it’s worth.)

I thought I was destined for a life of pain and discomfort, blamed solely on my own bad choices. But then I tried Therabody smart glasses. The company is best known for its Theraguns, which are powerful and affordable massage guns. When I heard about these glasses I wasn’t sure what to think – they could either be great or an overpriced gimmick, but my pounding brain needed a solution. Luckily, these warm, vibrant glasses turned out to be the former. I love her.

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The smart glasses work by combining massage, heat and vibration to relieve headaches and reduce eye strain and strain. They look a bit like a VR headset, and I feel like I should teleport somewhere when I get them over my eyes. I have a few sensory issues and can get incredibly uncomfortable very quickly if just one thing touches me wrong, but these feel good, not distracting. Also, there is an adjustable strap to make it looser or tighter. The eye area is adequately padded and wipes clean easily. You should use it on clean skin, but occasionally I need to use it in the middle of a busy makeup day.

The goggles are Bluetooth-enabled and connect to the Therabody app (available for iOS and Android), where you can customize controls and session times from five to 30 minutes. There are also small buttons on the top of the actual device. I like having the option to not use my phone, but customization is much easier and more straightforward in the app. You can turn off the vibrations and heat, but the massager is always on. It squeezes just enough to relieve pain, but it’s not uncomfortable, and it loosens and contracts frequently enough that it shouldn’t bother you. It took my husband a little to get used to the feeling, while if we’re being honest, I could shake my head a bit more. (I was imagining opening my skull à la Dr. Finkelstein from The Nightmare Before Christmas.)

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