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Neurosensory Effects of Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation

Probably everyone using transcranial current stimulation has made the experience that stimulation can cause neurosensory effects. This makes blinding the stimulation difficult, or even impossible. Usually, flickering phosphenes and skin sensations are perceived, but we also had subjects reporting feelings of dizziness and pressure. There is evidence that sensations elicited by tDCS fade with stimulation… Read more »