Power Naps with so-tDCS
Sleep plays an important role in the consolidation of memories. Lack of slow-wave activity has been tied to insomnia.
Can augmenting slow-wave power through so-tDCS create a power nap that boosts memory consolidation and wellness?
Enhancing memory consolidation with slow oscillating transcranial direct current stimulation (so-tDCS) power naps.
The ability to sustain attention
The program settings used in this study are shown below.
Montages Session Settings
Dual X anodes: F3 & F4
Y cathodes: opposite shoulders
What People Say About Power Naps with so-tDCS:
Brain Sceptic Score
The so-tDCS sleep stuff is new, experimental and gets a B.S. Score of:
Experience Power-Nap so-tDCS Montage
with these products:
Other tDCS Electrode Placements:
Notes: so-tDCS Power Nap Montage
Brain stimulation during an afternoon nap boosts slow oscillatory activity and memory consolidation in older adults. (link)
Slow oscillating transcranial direct current stimulation during non-rapid eye movement sleep improves behavioral inhibition in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (link)
Slow oscillating transcranial direct current stimulation during sleep has a sleep‐stabilizing effect in chronic insomnia: a pilot study (link)