There are no known conditions that would render TouchPoints™ ineffective. TouchPoints™ should work on everyone because of how the brain integrates sensory input.
If it feels like your TouchPoints™ aren’t producing calm it could be because they are on too slow of a speed setting for a particular person or the overlap period may be too long. Try a faster setting with no overlap if this is a possibility.
If someone is panicking or thinking about an extremely stressful event, it may take longer than 30 seconds for the individual to feel the difference. In this case, leave your TouchPoints™ on and then reassess every minute. In a few minutes, there should be a noticeable difference.
If an individual has a severe medical or mental health condition or is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, this may interfere with the results. If an individual has a dissociative disorder, autism, or agenesis of the corpus callosum, he or she may not be able to notice the positive changes even if they are occurring.