Brain Stimulation Could Treat Depression & Heart Health

Scientists found a brain network linked to both depression and heart rate.

A technique called TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) can target this area.

TMS could personalize depression treatment AND improve heart health.

This breakthrough could make treatment more accessible – no MRI needed!

Larger studies are underway for people with treatment-resistant depression.

This research has major implications for both mental and physical health.

One day, TMS might be used by both psychiatrists and cardiologists.

This study brings hope for new, more effective treatments.

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