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CRANIAL Electrical Stimulation

OVERVIEW

Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is a form of neurostimulation that delivers a small, pulsed, alternating current via electrodes on the head. CES is used with the intention of treating a variety of conditions such as anxiety, depression and insomnia.  Controlled studies provide evidence that CES is effective for anxiety, headaches, fibromyalgia, smoking cessation, drug withdrawal symptoms.

WHY

Why would you do cranial electrical stimulation?  The vagus nerve helps to regulate heart rate and blood pressure, along with digestion and other things. It also helps stimulate serotonin which is a beneficial neurotransmitter which improves mood. You can stimulate the vagus nerve with Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES).  Cranial electrotherapy stimulation is a device that delivers a mild form of electrical stimulation to the brain for the treatment of anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

RECOMMENDED

Who is cranial electrical stimulation recommended for?  Cranial electrotherapy stimulation is primarily recommended for individuals that suffer from anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

HOW OFTEN

How often should you repeat cranial electric stimulation?  People who have depression usually require three weeks or more of daily treatment to experience significant symptom improvement, but may take longer.  After the condition is under control, CES can be used two to three times per week or less to maintain good results.

SUMMARY

 What does this help to improve?  Cranial electrotherapy stimulation is primarily recommended for individuals that suffer from anxiety, depression, and insomnia.  Therapeutic effects are usually experienced during a treatment, but may be seen hours later, or as late as one day after treatment. Some people require a series of five to 10 daily treatments before an effect is seen.   In severe depression CES may take up to three weeks to establish a therapeutic effect.