One of the first things you learn about Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is that you put the anode electrode over the part of the brain you wish to excite and the cathode electrode over the part of the brain you wish to inhibit.Read More
Researchers from the University of New South Wales School of Psychiatry is currently trialing a hand-held tDCS device meant to improve the moods of those suffering from depression.Read More
This article focuses mainly on the regulatory status of tDCS and how tDCS compares to TMS based on updates in 2019.Read More
Deep brain stimulation, or DBS, has recently been approved by the FDA as a treatment for people with certain forms of severe epilepsy that have not been responding to traditional pharmaceutical intervention. After implantation, patients have seen a 70% reduction of seizures on average.Read More
Can brain stimulation be used to reduce anxiety in those with trait anxiety?
A new study published by the University of Oxford seems to suggest so!Read More