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Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Updated: Aug 9, 2023

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is a simple application that safely delivers very small electrical micro-currents to enhance, amplify, activate, recharge, or inhibit select neural pathways and areas in the brain. The positive and negative flow of electrons are used to either excite an area of the brain or inhibit or slow down an area of the brain.

The trans-cranial direct current stimulation uses micro-currents to “activate” or “recharge’’ the muscles of the brain – exercising those areas of the brain that may atrophy or already has atrophied. Unlike neuro-feedback, which retrains the brain, the tDCS exercises the muscles of the brain.
Simply put, it will exercise those areas of the brain that are under-stimulated or slow down areas of the brain that are over-stimulated.

Its use can be beneficial to rehabilitate or repair neurological injuries, enhance motor and speech functions, inhibit pain, relieve anxiety, depression, PTSD, addictions, cravings, and symptoms of ADD/ADHD, enhance memory, accelerate learning and other cognitive functions. Regular use has shown long term repair and improvement in the selected activities.

Consider Trans-cranial Direct Current Stimulation as a method to enhance the physical brain’s function. Contact the Center for Holistic Healing for more information.

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