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just fda approved for Migraines with Aura, 1-8 mo, plane electrodes on back of head near occipital area, no pain. Interrupts the transmission off pain much in the same way as triptans without the side effects ... I currently use Botox with very good success! I don't have auras, but prodomes; and 15+ migraines/mo. I'd rather stick to my Botox for now


Many people have “sea legs” after getting off a boat, but in most this sensation of still being on a rocking boat quickly subsides. Very few unfortunate people continue to have this sensation for months and even years.


Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive method used to stimulate small regions of the brain. During a TMS procedure, a magnetic field generator, or "coil" is placed near the head of the person receiving the treatment. The coil produces small electrical currents in the region of the brain just under the coil via electromagnetic induction.


Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Cure for Depression? Dr.Oz Describing TMS Featuring animated content. Learn more about TMS at & get a similar animation created for your medical treatment or device at


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rTMS provides a novel means of reducing pain and improving cognition in FM/ME/CFS ~~ That idea behind the use of  repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), a magnetic therapy being pursued in disorders ranging from fibromyalgia to Alzheimer’s to multiple sclerosis to schizophrenia. .... Read more at:


Brain stimulation guides people through an invisible maze: "participants solved a maze puzzle guided only by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)... could be used to augment virtual reality experiences or help give blind people visual information about their surroundings."