Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a treatment that can help with depression. It is a very accurate way of targeting a particular part of your brain via electrical energy from a coil of wire with a powerful magnetic field. The use of TMS to the frontal lobe is associated with regulation of mood swings.
Magnetic therapy for depression does not involve surgery and is non invasive, there are no pills/medication to take which is why it is becoming a more common therapy for people suffering with depression.
TMS can also help with a range of other medical benefits such as treatment for migraine, tinnitus, strokes and Parkinson’s.
There are minimal risks and side effects with TMS however there has been infrequent seizures reported, but these may have been linked to predisposing factors and the research that has been done in this suggests the risk is actually very low.
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