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We recommend 15 mins per day. This follows some of the latest research that aims for the ideal balance between time commitment and efficacy.
However, many studies have shown that longer periods of stimulation (45 mins) can in some circumstances be more beneficial to some people. If you feel you may benefit from longer daily stimulation, the vagus.net simulator can be used in multiple consecutive sessions.
Use the included USB charging cable connected to any USB power socket.
You can purchase a replacement charging cable here.
Reported side-effects are minimal and include skin irritation or redness under the electrode.
You should remove your hearing aid before using tVNS. If you have an implanted hearing device then you should not use tVNS.
It looks a bit like vaseline but it's actually conductive paste. You put a little smudge on the gold electrodes of the clip before clipping the clip to your tragus.
The conductive paste greatly reduces the resistance between your skin and the electrical circuit.
The effect of using paste is to greatly reduce the sensation of the stimulation. In our tests users were able to stimulate at much higher levels without discomfort when using this conductive paste.
There is actually a big difference. Most tens machines are voltage-controlled, while the vagusnet stimulator is a current-controlled device. We advice against the use of standard TENS machine in the stimulation of the vagus nerve. To learn why, read our blog post "Should you use a tENS Macgine for Vaugs Nerve stimulation" on the subject.
We recommend at least 15 minutes per day but this is just a minimum to see results.
Many studies use longer session durations and you can now increase the session length up to 60 minutes.