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Overview

RTMS entails a series of therapy sessions, each lasting around 30 to 40 minutes. There is no need for general anesthesia or sedative during the treatment, and no hospitalization is necessary. Individuals are completely awake and aware throughout the session, and they may return to their normal activities afterward.

In general, rTMS has few adverse effects, with headaches being the most prevalent. These are usually minor and go away with time, or they can be managed with pain medicines. Some individuals may have facial twitching or severe scalp sensations, although these, too, will subside over time. Other possible adverse effects include dizziness or transient hearing loss as a result of the device's strong magnet noise.
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