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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) - A Brief Outline Before You Go For Treatment

 TMS is believed to be the most effective and potential method to get out of depression or any other mental disorder. Due to this, today, several patients suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, or OCD are opting for TMS treatment rather than recreational or physical medication. 

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TMS treatments have shown more effective results in treating mental stress and disorder patients. Thus, if you are also in the queue for mental illness and planning to take TS treatment from the BrainHealth solutions, you might be curious to learn everything about TMS. And that's why here is a guide that will explain everything about TMS treatment in detail. 

How do TMS works?

TMS is a non-invasive treatment in which the physician puts the magnetic coils on the patient's scalp and moves electromagnetic pulses in the coil. It produces sensations in the brain and stimulates the brain's nerve cells. It improves the ongoing activity in your brain. 

When is TMS treatment used for?

Usually, TMS treatment is used to treat any mental disorder like depression, stress, or anxiety when patients are getting any improvement from the medications. TMS is an alternative treatment to psychotherapy. Patients who fail to get results from the medicines consider TMS treatment. 

Who will perform TMS treatment?

The TMS physician generally carries out TMS treatment. The technician is fully trained and experienced. They will be present during the whole treatment to monitor your progress and analyze how you respond to the TMS treatment. Besides, you can stop it anytime if you feel uncomfortable during the treatment. 

How long does the TMS treatment take?

Usually, the TMS treatment is divided into a set of series. The patient needs to undergo TMS treatment for 4 to 6 weeks under 26 to 28 sessions. Each session takes 30 to 60 minutes. However, the overall time period of the treatment will depend upon your progress and response to the TMS treatment. 

Do people need to be hospitalized to take TMS treatment?

Well, as TMS treatment is invasive and carried out in outpatient rehab, the patients taking TMS treatment don't need to stay in the hospital overnight. Besides, a person can start doing their usual activities after the treatment. 

Who cannot take TMS treatments?

Patients who have implanted any metal thing like braces or metal rods should not receive TMS treatment as it can heat the object or result in malfunction. It can even lead to death or any serious injury. 

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