TDCS

Transcranial Direct Curent Stimulation, or TDCS, is a non-invasive, painless, and safe form of brain neurostimulation.

The technology involves the use of a direct current low between 1-2 mA, delivered to specific areas of the brain through electrodes on the scalp. Electrical stimulation performed in this way can be used either to ,,excite,, or to ,,inhibit,, neural activity in the target area.

 

Transcranial electrical stimulation has been shown to be effective in a wide range of conditions such as ADHD, self-control, addiction, chronic pain, depression, insomnia but also to improve skills such as: creativity, focus, math skills, ability to learn.

 

TDCS is often combined with another form of activity or training in order to improve a specific brain function. American copper scientists have used electrical brain stimulation to improve staff mental skills in research aimed at increasing the performance of Air Force crews.

At the Biohacking Performance Center we use the first TDCS-based neurotechnology device to help athletes improve their performance through technology called ,,neuropriming,, .

 

Neuropriming involves the use of energy impulses to activate the motor cortex, improving the brain's response to training. The device delivers light energy pulses to produce a state of hyperplasticity, increasing the ability of neurons in the motor cortex to work together, creating functional connections.

 

Hyperplasticity helps athletes in two ways: increase strength and increase the ability to learn and correct deadly elements.

Strong growth

 

The device increases neural activity in the motor cortex and coordinates signals sent from the brain to the muscles. When the brain sends stronger signals, the recruitment of the motor unit and the number of activated muscle fibers - increases. As the recruitment of motor units increases, strength, power and speed increase.

 

Increasing learning capacity

 

Neuropriming also improves the brain's natural processes for learning and storing information, helping athletes gain motor skills at an accelerated pace.

Using the same technology in one study, the United States Ski and Snowboard Federation managed to achieve notable improvements in increasing the agility and strength of ski jumping, which are determinants of competition.

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