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Direct Cranial Stimulation is a non-invasive form of treatment that helps in relieving symptoms of multiple mental health disorders. Direct Cranial Stimulation stimulates specific parts of the brain and is painless in nature. This treatment procedure is conducted by a mental health professional. During the session, a constant, low-intensity current is passed through a couple of electrodes placed over a person’s head. This current stream modulates neuronal activity.

Direct Cranial Stimulation for Dementia is preferred because it is painless and has fewer side effects. This treatment option helps improve cognitive functions in individuals with Dementia and reduces the symptoms of anxiety and depression associated with Dementia.

Direct Cranial Stimulation improves memory in people with Dementia and it also seems to have a positive influence on the memory and language functions in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment. With the rate of Dementia in the population increasing, this is proving to be an increasingly preferred recovery option.

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Is Direct Cranial Stimulation effective?

Direct Cranial Stimulation is an effective treatment option for multiple mental health disorders. This includes disorders like depression, anxiety, dementia, and more. It is conducted by a certified mental health professional and is completely safe.

What are the benefits of Direct Cranial Stimulation?

Direct Cranial Stimulation is a preferred treatment method for many people facing diverse mental health conditions. This is because the treatment method is completely safe, non-invasive, and painless. Another benefit of this treatment option is that it has fewer side effects on individuals.

How many sessions of tDCS will I require?

tDCS is a treatment option that will be suggested by your mental health professional. They will also advise how many sessions you will need. Based on your recovery and progress, they may suggest more or fewer sessions.

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