Vagus Nerve Stimulation For Depression: Non-Invasive Treatment Report Released

Wellness tech company, Pulsetto, have released their report into the effects that stimulating the vagus nerve, through exercise and non-invasive electrical treatments, can have on those suffering from depression.

The new report has been released as part of the company’s educational blog series, which also offers readers a variety of techniques for vagus nerve stimulation from their scientific research team.

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Research from Johns Hopkins shows that approximately 1 in 10 American adults will suffer from a depressive illness in any given year, many of whom will not receive treatment for their condition. Lack of medical financing and social bias often deter those with depression from recognizing their symptoms or seeking help, explains Pulsetto’s researchers. This is why the company decided to look into non-invasive, drug-free methods to help alleviate depressive symptoms.

Clinical treatments for depression often explore stimulating the vagus nerve, which is linked to the wellbeing of both the mind and body. Research contained in Pulsetto’s report shows that vagus nerve stimulation, combined with gentle exercise, can help to reduce depression symptoms. Pulsetto’s wearable, budget-friendly wellness device allows patients to try low-level electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve at home.

“The vagus nerve regulates our body’s stress and relaxation responses,” explains a spokesperson for Pulsetto. “When signals to the brain are disrupted, we get that shift in mood which is often accompanied by the physical symptoms of anxiety, digestive issues, irregular heartbeats, prolonged sadness and low energy. The mild electrical pulses and calming music offered by our Pulsetto wellness device can help provide some respite from these symptoms, and allow us the breathing space to help our mind course correct and return to a more functional mental state.”

Pulsetto’s report details how combining this kind of non-invasive treatment with both steady breathing and physical exercise can help to stimulate the vagus nerve and achieve a state of calm. Creating vibrational reactions in the body through humming, singing or gentle tapping were also shown to increase vagus nerve stimulation, helping to manage the onset of depressive symptoms.

Pulsetto is a FCC-certified wearable wellness device designed for vagus nerve stimulation. As with any health-focused device or high-impact fitness regimen, those considering starting any new treatments are advised to contact a medical professional. Those interested in the benefits of vagus nerve stimulation for depression can find out more from Pulsetto’s report at

Contact Info:
Name: Agnė Ginaitė
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Organization: Pulsetto
Address: 3 Aludarių gatvė, Vilnius, Vilniaus apskritis 01113, Lithuania

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89133423

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