Non-Invasive Neuromodulation for Tinnitus.

Link – Non-Invasive Neuromodulation for Tinnitus. Abstract Tinnitus is a prevalent disorder that has no cure currently. Within the last two decades, neuroscientific research has facilitated a better understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms that underlie the generation and maintenance of tinnitus, and the brain and nerves have been identified as potential targets for its treatment […]

Vagus nerve stimulation paired with tones for tinnitus suppression

Link – Vagus nerve stimulation paired with tones for tinnitus suppression: Effects on voice and hearing. Abstract Objective: In individuals with chronic tinnitus, our interest was to determine whether daily low-level electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve paired with tones (paired-VNSt) for tinnitus suppression had any adverse effects on motor-speech production and physiological acoustics of […]

Combined tDCS-TMS May Help Tinnitus.

Link – Single-Session of Combined tDCS-TMS May Increase Therapeutic Effects in Subjects With Tinnitus. Abstract To treat motor and psychiatric disorders, transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) are used in clinics worldwide. We combined these two types of neuromodulation technique to increase the effective response of a single session of neuromodulation […]

tRNS in treating chronic tinnitus.

Link – The efficacy and safety of multiple sessions of multisite transcranial random noise stimulation in treating chronic tinnitus. Abstract INTRODUCTION: Random noise stimulation was reported as the more effective and safer type of electrical stimulation techniques in relieving tinnitus symptoms. The multisite protocol of transcranial random noise stimulation has shown additional favorable effects. OBJECTIVE: […]