Reducing Cravings and Addicting Behaviors

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Anode: Right DLPFC (F4)     Cathode: Left DLPFC (F3)

tDCS Electrode Placement - Reduced Risk Taking - F3-F4 FRONT

Study Results: Reduced cigarette cravings and other addicting behaviors 

Other Uses: Reduced alcohol and Junk food cravings. Studies focusing on this montage have shown the potential for decreased risk-taking in humans.

Studies:
Cumulative priming effects of cortical stimulation on smoking cue-induced craving
A randomized controlled trial of targeted prefrontal cortex modulation with tDCS in patients with alcohol dependence