Brain Hacking with Foc.us

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Back in 2012 ten thousand plus people tried tDCS for the first time with Foc.us.

The world’s first consumer tDCS stimulator started a revolution. That revoluion continues today.

Remote Control

Most Foc.us products are wirelessly controlled.

Athletic Performance

Increase your endurance with tDCS. Studies have shown that stimulating the motor cortex can result in improved athletic performance.

Forums

Foc.us Forums are a great place to learn about how to get the most from your brain.

Charge Your Brain

Your brain is an electric organ already. Take it to the next level and turbo charge that electrical activity

Advanced Waveforms

The Foc.us V3 includes several waveform stimulation modes including tDCS, tACS, tPCS, tRCS and tRNS.

Timed Stimulation

Don't use a brain stimulator that does not include a timer to end a session. All foc.us products include this and many other safety features.

Testimonials

Smart people use foc.us products to stimulate their brains.

Focus are absoluetly masterful pioneers of consumer grade tdcs devices that are very popular and very easy to use.
Jeff Martin
Dr Jeffrey Martin
Transformative Tech Conference
I’m in shock that anyone would bad mouth this company, they are SO advanced and make such beautiful and useful devices.
Dr Rustin Berlow
Psychiatry & Brain Stimulation

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Brain stimulation is used by different people for different purposes. Learn about different stimulation modes and how they can benefit you.
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