Your BRAIN HEALTH depends on your five senses

At-home sense testing keeps you sharp.

Learn more about your sense of:

Free shipping

With SuperSenses you can

Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer's, Dementia, and Cognitive Decline

Detect the Earliest Signs of Cognitive Decline

Maintain a High Quality of Life and Cognitive Vitality

Boost Memory, Improve Focus, and Enhance Mental Clarity

Receive Customized, Tailored Recommendations Based on Your Results

  • pexels-barbara-olsen-7869555.jpg__PID:b1d82447-a021-4571-849f-d69834859c38

    Brain Health is Sense Health

    Take proactive measures against cognitive decline with sensory training and wellness alerts – your future self will thank you.

  • Understand Your Sense Baseline

    Whether you're naturally Super and want to stay that way or are working to improve low sensitivity, our guidance will help you navigate your sensory experience.

  • calm .png__PID:5b3517b4-a01d-42ad-bbdb-e3bd41de192d

    Lifestyle Strategies Tailored To You

    SuperSenses is your personalized wellness hub offering expert insights and practical strategies tailored to your specific cognitive needs.

Stronger Senses for a Stronger Brain

SuperSenses has everything you need to assess your brain health through comprehensive sensory testing. Touch Sensitivity Dial, 4 Taste Strips, a 12-Odorant Test, an Auditory Range Hearing Test, and a Visual Clarity and Color Blindness Test.

number 1
Order Your Kit

Everything you need to test your 5 senses, all in one kit, delivered right to your door.

number 2
Test Your 5 Senses

Download our app and follow the simple on-screen instructions to guide you through the process step by step.

number 3
Gain Immediate Insights

Discover instantly if your senses are reduced, normal, dominant, or super, and learn what that means for your health.

download app for everything you need download app for everything you needget the app to test your 5 senses

Everything You Need to Test Your Five Senses at Home


free shippinig

Watch SuperSenses Founder, Datar Sahi Demonstrate SuperSenses

Real Science, Real Results

Our tests aren't just fun and games. Each test is rigorously developed and suitable for use by medical professionals to evaluate sensory abilities.

Partner with SuperSenses


Because Your Body Has a Language of Its Own

Sensory testing isn’t about confirming what you already know - it’s about identifying and measuring the nuances of your sensory experience so you can have a more complete understanding of your health.
Smell test
Smell icon

The Smell Test

Our 12-odorant test evaluates your ability to detect and identify various smells, utilizing methodologies rigorously validated in the 2013-2014 U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) for optimal accuracy, backed by extensive scientific research.

Did you know? Diminishing sense of smell serves as an early warning sign for diseases such as Parkinson’s, Dementia, COPD, and more.

Discover What Low Smell Can Reveal

  • Super Smelling (hyperosmia) has been linked with Lyme Disease, migraines, pregnancy, body fluid disturbances, hormone deficiency and certain medications.

  • Reduced smell is a common symptom of early-onset Alzheimer disease. It can occur even before other symptoms such as memory loss and difficulty thinking are apparent.

  • Reduced ability to smell, or hyposmia, is a common early symptom of Parkinson's disease.

  • Reduced ability to smell, or hyposmia, is a common symptom of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), affecting up to 70% of people with the disease.

  • Multiple Sclerosis advances commonly impacts the olfactory processing area of the brain resulting in a loss of the sense of smell.

  • Reduced ability to smell, or hyposmia, is a common symptom of diabetes. In fact, it is one of the most common symptoms of diabetes, affecting up to 70% of people with the disease.

  • Up to 80% of American survivors of Covid-19 are dealing with a reduced sense of smell without realizing it. There are things that can be done to help rehabilitate smell.

The Hearing Test

Comprehensive evaluation of your ability to identify pitch and volume sensitivity in pure and white noise settings. Results provide valuable insights that can be shared with your doctor. This science-backed test meets standards used by medical professionals.

Did you know? Hearing loss is highly prevalent, yet unrecognized and common in children affecting 1 of every 5 by age 18 and may significantly impact how we age.

Take the hearing test
hearing test

Discover What Low Hearing Can Reveal

  • Noise-induced hearing loss can be caused by prolonged exposure to loud sounds, damaging the delicate sensory hair cells in the inner ear. It is preventable but not reversible.

  • Otitis Media, or middle ear infection, can cause temporary hearing loss. It occurs when the area behind the eardrum called the middle ear becomes inflamed and filled with fluid and is common after respiratory infections. Early treatment can prevent complications, including permanent hearing loss

  • Hyperacusis, often mistaken for super hearing, involves heightened sensitivity to low-volume sounds. Tesing can aid in recognizing the distinction and finding effective coping strategies.

  • Age-related hearing loss (presbycusis) develops gradually. Regular tests are crucial for monitoring changes, enabling early intervention to enhance quality of life and communication.

  • For otosclerosis, regular family-linked hearing checks or noticing changes is vital. Early detection and treatment can slow its impact on the stapes bone, causing progressive hearing loss.

  • Meniere's disease causes vertigo, tinnitus, and potential hearing loss. If you experience sudden hearing loss with dizziness or ringing, seek immediate medical help for early detection and symptom management.

Vision test
Vision icon

The Vision Test

Evaluate your capability to differentiate visual stimuli with our rigorous, self-administered test, providing insights into your daily visual experiences. Gain insights into your visual advantages or challenges to make more informed choices regarding your eye health.

Did you know? Regular eye exams help detect eye diseases in their early stages. Catching these conditions early is crucial for effective treatment and preventing vision loss.

Discover What Low Vision Can Reveal

  • A diminished sense of vision often serves as an early disease indicator, making prompt detection critical. Conditions like retinitis pigmentosa, uveitis, and trauma contribute to vision loss, emphasizing the importance of timely identification and intervention.

  • Combining eye exercises with regular eye exams provides a comprehensive approach to maintaining optimal eye health and preventing potential visual problems."

  • A decreased vision signals early disease, emphasizing the need for prompt detection. Conditions like retinitis pigmentosa, uveitis, and trauma stress the importance of timely intervention.

  • Hypertension damages eye blood vessels, leading to hypertensive retinopathy and vision issues. Regular eye exams detect early damage, crucial for preserving vision with high blood pressure

  • cataract, a clouding of the eye's lens, reduces vision with symptoms like faded colors and blurry vision. Aging and conditions like diabetes increase the risk.

  • While not as commonly associated with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) as other symptoms, vision issues can be an early sign of the disease. Inflammation damaging nerves in the brain and spinal cord can affect the optic nerve, leading to reduced vision or other eyesight changes.

Taste icon

The Taste Test

Explore your taste receptors, buds, and neural pathways with our 4-strip taste test. By testing your ability to detect three important compounds: PTC, sodium benzoate, and quinine, SuperSenses determines whether you're a Super Taster, Low Taster, or somewhere in between. This test is rigorously supported by robust scientific research ensuring reliable insights into your taste perception.

Did you know? Many “picky eaters” are considered Super Tasters, which only make up an estimated 25% of the population.

Discover What Low Taste Can Reveal

  • DIABETES: frequently causes reduced taste ability, known as hypogeusia, due to elevated blood sugar levels damaging taste bud nerves. Recognizing taste changes serves as an early warning sign of diabetes.

  • Early-onset Alzheimer's disease (AD): May manifest with a loss of taste as an initial symptom, even preceding memory loss or cognitive difficulties. Monitoring changes in taste could be an early warning sign, warranting prompt medical evaluation if taste decreases.

  • In numerous instances, Parkinson's disease initiates with a diminished sense of taste, preceding motor symptoms. Harmful substances linked to Parkinson's, like free radicals, may cause degeneration in taste-processing brain areas. 

  • Reduced taste ability is commonly reported in individuals with COPD, possibly due to medication use or the disease itself.

  • COVID-19 is associated with temporary and long-term taste changes, often persisting after recovery. Severity varies, and ongoing research is exploring the impacts of prolonged taste and smell loss in cases of 'Long COVID.'

  • Hypogeusia, or reduced taste ability, can be experienced by those with multiple sclerosis (MS). Linked to inflammation affecting brain nerves and taste buds, it can serve as an early warning sign of MS.

The touch test
touch test

The Touch Test

Gain insights into daily tactile experiences with the Two-Point Discriminator Disc, assessing touch detection ability. This friend-assisted, scientifically validated test measures tactile discrimination function, distinguishing between two points of pressure in four stages.

Did you know? A diminishing sense of touch is linked to health concerns such as stroke, peripheral neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis.

Discover What Low Touch Can Reveal

  • Peripheral neuropathy, often caused by diabetes or autoimmune diseases, reduces touch sensation. Early signs include numbness or tingling in the hands and feet. Regular tactile testing helps identify issues early for timely intervention.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can lead to a reduced sense of touch, typically beginning with tingling or numbness in the fingers. This condition is often associated with repetitive hand motions, and early detection is key to preventing permanent damage.

  • Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized by widespread pain and tactile sensitivity. The reduced ability to properly perceive and process touch signals can contribute to the pain experienced in fibromyalgia.

  • stroke can sometimes cause a reduced sense of touch due to the damage it causes in the brain's sensory processing areas. Early detection and treatment of stroke are crucial for minimizing its impacts and improving recovery outcomes.

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a progressive autoimmune disease that can lead to a reduced sense of touch due to damage in the nerves that carry sensory information.

  • Raynaud's disease is a condition that causes some areas of your body – such as your fingers and toes – to feel numb and cold in response to cold temperatures or stress.

Developed by
Medical Doctors

Test Processing & Administration

SuperSenses sensory tests are designed by medical experts with a commitment to accuracy and reproducibility. We stick to rigorously standardized procedures, guaranteeing the data is a faithful reflection of an individual's unique sensory profile.

Guided by Experts

Every step of our journey is advised by a team of leading experts spanning diverse fields like neurology, medicine, bioinformatics, statistics, and computer science. This collaborative approach assures our products are met with scientific rigor.

Scientific Standards

Our methods are laser-focused on providing precise, high-quality data about your senses in a way that's easy to grasp and utilize. Each step is stringently monitored to ensure the accuracy of sensory data.

Our Science Advisory Board is composed of highly regarded medical professionals who stand at the forefront of their respective fields. They are passionately committed to elevating the quality and precision of SuperSenses.

alt text

Michael McKenna, AuD,is a board-certified Doctor of Audiology. Dr. McKenna graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in May 2020, and previously, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in May 2015. His areas of expertise and clinical interests include the diagnostic evaluation and management of hearing and vestibular disorders. He has extensive knowledge and experience with both pediatric and adult populations in the fields of hearing aids, cochlear implants, tinnitus, aural rehabilitation, as well as vestibular management. He takes great pride in educating patients about their hearing and balance, and loves being able to help improve the lives of others through better hearing and communication.

alt text

Dr. Molly Duong, is a distinguished Optometrist based in Southern California. Graduating with a Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree, Dr. Duong exhibits exceptional proficiency in diagnosing, treating, and managing various eye disorders. Dr. Duong's deep understanding and hands-on experience with diverse patient demographics bolster her capabilities in improving vision and managing ocular health. On top of clinical care, she is also involved with various independent medical writing projects on a wide spectrum of ocular topics for ophthalmologists in the UK. Her commitment to patient education and continuous learning underlines her ethos. She finds great fulfillment in advancing the field of eye care, affirming her stance as an outstanding choice for a science advisory role in sensory technology.

alt text

Dr. Danielle Kelvas,is an empathetic and dedicated physician with a focus on primary care and eating disorders. Graduating from East Tennessee State University, she has honed her skills in emergency medicine before transitioning to primary care. A tireless advocate for healthcare reform, Dr. Kelvas has been a National Chair of Global Health for the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), and has developed a global health program for medical students. She has a profound commitment to culturally competent care, enriched by her medical volunteer work in over 40 countries. Her writing extends her impact beyond the clinic, and she is currently funded to write a novel on PTSD in healthcare providers.