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Overview

A serious depressive mood disorder is another name for clinical depression. It's a significant and widespread medical illness that has a detrimental impact on how you feel, act, and think. The rTMS gadget uses electromagnetic coils to provide a series of powerful magnetic signals to the brain. When the coil is placed on the individual's forehead, the device transmits the impulse to the brain nerves. The medical expert begins by examining the brain area that needs to be improved. Then the brain's specific nerve cells are targeted and triggered. The modulation of brainwaves improves as the sessions proceed, offering relief to the individual by reducing symptoms. Cadabams' professional therapists can help you not only recognise your symptoms, but also develop the best treatment plan for depression. With our clients and their family, Cadabams carefully prepare treatment and counselling sessions using rTMS as your chosen treatment option for depression.
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What is the RTMS duration?

Depending on the severity of the illness or issue, the length of the session may vary from person to person. The majority of the sessions, however, may last 30 to 60 minutes and occur twice a week. Depending on the individual’s progress and recuperation, the number of sessions may be increased or decreased. In most cases, the period is six weeks.

Is it necessary for me to be hospitalized for my RTMS treatment?

No. Unlike ECT, RTMS does not require sedation or general anaesthesia, so patients remain awake and alert throughout the procedure. Because there is no “recovery time,” patients can drive home and resume their normal routines.