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Treat your depression
on your own terms with fewer side effects comfortably at home

Created by doctors. Recommended by Experts.

Brain stimulation

tDCS for depression

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique used to treat depression by stimulating neural activity through gentle currents.

2006

tDCS to treat depression

Clinical research proves that tDCS reduces depressive symptoms in patients.

2016

tDCS used in clinics

tDCS has been used in the treatment and management of 

2018

tDCS approved for home use

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ECT is a form of brain stimulation where a brief electric current is administered to the brain to induce a controlled seizure while the patient is under general anesthesia. 

Because of the side effects, including memory loss and disorientation, ECT is most commonly used in severe cases of depression or in treatment-resistant depression. It can also be used to treat bipolar disorder and symptoms of schizophrenia. Though researchers don’t know exactly how ECT works, the treatment is thought to spark electrical activity among brain cells and change the chemical balance in areas of the brain which play an important part in mood regulation. ECT treatment usually consists of 6-12 ECT sessions.

Read more about ECT in this step-by-step guide: All you need to know about electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) – Liberating modern ECT from old-fashioned stereotypes

TMS is a form of brain stimulation where a magnetic field (about the same strength as in an MRI scan) is used to change the activity of brain cells in specific brain areas. TMS can be used against treatment-resistant depression and is approved by the FDA. When treating depression with TMS, a coil is placed on the forehead to target the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) of the brain. A TMS procedure typically lasts for 30-60 minutes and a full treatment includes 20-30 pr

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ocedures. No anesthesia or muscle relaxants are needed and the patient is fully awake through the procedures.

Read more about Can Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) treat depression? – Your complete guide to TMS and tDCS for depression

his depression symptoms test, called MADRS-S, to get an overall view of your mood. Your result on this questionnaire can be divided into one of four categories; no depression, mild, moderate or severe depression. Higher scores indicate more severe depression. 

The test usually takes 5-10 minutes to complete. Download the Flow depression app to take the test.

(Remember, questionnaires can’t provide you with a complete diagnosis. The result is more like a guideline.)

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