Optimizacion del cerebro con Flow Neuroscience – transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS).

Buscar en Google «tDCS placement and montage».

Anode is the positive current, de Cathode is the negative.

tDCS Results – Learned Helplessness: en el video, se coloca el Anode(positivo) en la parte derecha de la corteza prefrontal, y el cathode(negativo) en el hombro izquierdo. Aplicación: 13 minutos, 20 mintuos descanso, 13 minutos, se logra extender el efecto 24 horas del Michael Nishi, no encontré el link del doctor en el internet ni ningún artículo con este protocolo.

tDCS Electrode Placement Guide

Guía para colocar electrodos de tDCS, Total tDCS Electrode Placement Guía.

Too impatient to meditate? A mild shock to the scalp could help.




«In mindfulness, one of the most popular types of meditation practiced in western cultures today, your attention is focused on the present moment with an attitude of curiosity, openness, and acceptance. Neuroimaging studies show that regular practice can increase the volume of several key areas of the brain, including the right insula. This region is involved in interoception, the perception of your body and how you’re physically feeling. Meditation also decreases activity in the default mode network, a system of connected brain regions that turns on when our minds start to wander and is involved in thinking about ourselves and our relationships. Research suggests that high activity in this network is linked to feelings of unhappiness. By turning down activity in the default mode network while turning up activity in the insula, mindfulness meditation may help you stop obsessing so much about yours and others’ perception of you and start being more present in the moment. In other words, stop listening to your brain and start listening to your body.»

Badran and his partner at Bodhi NeuroTech, Baron Short, an associate professor of psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina, think that tDCS can help speed up these positive changes. In their first study, published last year, they led novice meditators through a 20-minute guided mindfulness meditation session while increasing electrical activity in the right insula and turning down activity in the default mode network. To do so, they placed the positive electrode over the right temple, which sits above the insula, and the negative electrode over the left eyebrow to target the medial prefrontal cortex, which is part of the network. Participants reported feeling significantly higher levels of “acting with awareness” after meditating with tDCS compared with meditating without it, but other changes in mood were not significant.


Tienda online donde venden TMS y tDCS.


Aprendizaje y memoria.
Razonamiento matemático.
Funciones ejecutivas.

Notes on youtube video: Efficacy and Safety of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation: For treating OCD patients.
Minute: 4:46. Cathodal stimulation over the pre-SMA with an extra-cephalic anode more likely to activate structures involved in OCD circuits (anterior cingulate cortex and anterior basal ganglia).
Cathode: supplementary motor cortex.
Anode: left deltoid (neutral region).
2 mA current on surface of 25cm2 (3.87 in2).
Sham group: device turned off after 30 seconds of active stimulation.

Minuto 7: 22% de mejora en los síntomas de TOC.

Minute 8: In this sample of patients with severe, treatment-resistant OCD with multiple comorbidities, active tDCS was superior to sham stimulation in reducing OCD symptoms.
The reduction in depression and anxiety symptoms was also greater in the active tDCS than in the sham group, but differences were nonsignificant.

Minute 9: Gowda et al., 2018: RCT. Anodal tDCS over the pre-SMA and the cathode over the right supra-orbital area associated with improvement; shorter duration (2 daily sessions for 5 days), samaller sample.


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Plato work TDCs 400 dólares.

PlatoWork tDCS Headset


Why Brain Stimulation?

Brain stimulation makes your brain function differently.

tDCS is the most studied mode of brain stimulation.

Stimulation is a relatively new field that is still being explored.

There is a mixture of excitement and caution:

Tienda online donde venden algunos dispositivos para hacer TDCs: https://caputron.com/collections/tdcs-devices/consumer


LIFTiD tDCS Device

Flow tDCS device

Flow tDCS device: 559 euros.

ActivaDose tDCS Device Starter Kit

ActivaDose tDCS device: $400.

Brain Premier tDCS Device

Brain Premier tDCS: $125.

LIFTiD tDCS Device

Lift tDCS device: $150, parecido a Lift y más barato, no es para depreción, es para lo siguiente:

Using LIFTiD Neurostimulation for 20 minutes a day trains the brain to maximize attention, focus and alertness, putting the LIFTiD user in the right mindset to accomplish tasks and perform at a higher level. Designed for gamers, students, working professionals, musicians and athletes, LIFTiD Neurostimulation is lightweight, easy to use, and developed by a world renowned science team. LIFTiD is the perfect device for elevating performance.


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Comprar: $500.



How it works

TheBrainDriver.Com – TDCS Device V2.1.Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

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TDCS for Cognitive Enhancement.



Director Psychology Clinical Neuroscience Center (PCNC)

Photo: Vincent Clark

(505) 277-2223 or (505) 272-4939
Logan Hall Rm 280 OR MRN Office Location at Mind Research Network, Pete & Nancy Domenici Hall, 1101 Yale Blvd. NE, Rm 2018
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Lab Website
Curriculum vitae

Research Area/s:

Cognition, Brain and Behavior

Research Interests:

  • Brain stimulation for neuroenhancement
  • Attention and perception
  • Learning and memory
  • Multimodal neuroimaging of drug addiction, alcoholism, schizophrenia, motor illness, chronic pain, antisocial disorders and psychopathy
  • Brain injury
  • Brain stimulation for the treatment of chronic pain, addiction,schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease and motor illness
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
  • Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS)
  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Event Related Potentials (ERPs)
  • Magnetoencephalography (MEG)
  • Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)
  • Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS)
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
  • Transcranial ultrasound stimulation (TUS)
  • Photobiomodulation



Dr. Clark is the Founding Director of the Psychology Clinical Neuroscience Center at UNM (http://psych.unm.edu), where he and his associates investigate the relationship between mind and brain and are developing new methods of combined brain stimulation and imaging to accelerate learning and treat illness. Dr. Clark’s ultimate goals are to combine brain stimulation with neuroimaging to broaden our understanding of the human brain and cognition, to develop innovations in learning and education, and to develop new treatments based on neuromodulation to reduce the suffering caused by psychiatric and neurological disorders. He employs structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), magnetoencephalography (MEG), event-related potentials (ERPs) and methods of transcranial brain stimulation, including transcranial electrical stimulation (TES) including tDCS, tRNS and tACS, transcranial ultrasound stimulation (TUS), transcranial photobiomodulation (tPBM), as well as other methods to examine human brain structure and function. Using these tools, he is investigating the basic organizational principles of perception, learning, memory, sleep, attention and language in healthy people. He also uses these methods to examine the neural basis of clinical disorders, such as drug use and addiction, psychotic disorders including schizophrenia and forms of dementia including Alzheimer’s disease, among others.  His recent area of research examines how brain stimulation can be used to increase learning and performance in healthy subjects, and the mechanisms by which these methods produce changes in brain function and behavior.


Selected Publications //


tPNS (transcutaneous peripheral nerve stimulation). https://feelzing.com/pages/science

TES (Trancranial electrical stimulation).
CES (Cranial electrotherapy stimulation).
TMS (Transcranial magnetic estimulation). Brainsway.
LLLS (Low Level light stimulation) Photobiomodulation.
TUC (Transcranial ultrasound stimulation).

tACS: Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS) is a device that applies a low-intensity sinusoidal electrical current to the brain through electrodes on the scalp. The technique can be painless and is thought to boost the brain’s own oscillations, which can be used to treat disease or enhance brain function. In many ways tACS is similar to tDCS as a neuromodulatory technique, but instead of applying a direct electrical current, tACS oscillates a sinusoidal current at a chosen frequency to interact with the brain’s natural cortical oscillations.

«All forms of macroscopic energy may be able to change nervous system function and human behavior when applied the right way, each has shown some ability to change behavior. Each method will have advantages and disadvantagse depending on the anatomical targets and specific behavioral applications.»

tRNS (Transcranial random noise stimulation) a wide range of frequencies is needed for increasing cortical excitability). ranscranial random noise stimulation (tRNS) is a recent neuromodulation protocol. The high-frequency band (hf-tRNS) has shown to be the most effective in enhancing neural excitability. The frequency band of hf-tRNS typically spans from 100 to 640 Hz. Here we asked whether both the lower and the higher half of the high-frequency band are needed for increasing neural excitability. Three frequency ranges (100–400 Hz, 400–700 Hz, 100–700 Hz) and Sham conditions were delivered for 10 minutes at an intensity of 1.5 mA over the primary motor cortex (M1).


10+ years of research

Link para comprar abajo: 240 dólares, 16 usos.

Feelzing Energy Patch

BrainSTIM 2020 | Keynote 3 | Vincent Clark

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Efficacy and Safety of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Clinical Applications of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Electrode Positioning and Montage in Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

transcranial Electrical Stimulation (tES): Everything You Always Wanted to Know, tDCS for depression.

Brain Hack – TechKnow

Brain zap: transcranial direct current stimulation I The Feed.

Katie Witkiewitz – BrainSTIM2015 – Integration of Brain Stimulation and Imaging in Clinical Research

TrainSTIM2015, T. Boonstra, PM#2, After-effects of tDCS on resting-state EEG

Vince Clark – Introduction to BrainSTIM 2015 Meeting – Why are we here?

Physiological Basis of tDCS

Cellular Mechanisms of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)

transcranial Electrical Stimulation (tES): Everything You Always Wanted to Know: este video explica cómo funciona el tDCS.


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