Self-administered electroshock therapy at home available soon

“Flow uses 2 milliamps (mA) of electrical current, approximately 10 times less than the amount it takes to power a 30-watt light bulb for 30 minutes at a time over a six-week treatment course. The brain stimulating headset comes with an app designed to coach patients through behavioural changes known to help with depression. For instance, it might prompt you to go for a walk after dinner that day, or go to bed an hour earlier that night. The app will take into account what you’ve already achieved when setting new challenges. Patients will be asked to confirm that they’ve been diagnosed with major depressive disorder before they can buy.”

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