What Is TMS? How Does TMS Work?

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What Is ADHD?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that typically presents in childhood and continues on into adulthood. It is known to be a life-long condition that can sometimes go undiagnosed until you become an adult. If you have ADHD, you may find it interferes with many aspects of your life, such as your relationships, education, and job performance. If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have ADHD, Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy at TMS Therapy Center may be just what you need. Our practice provides Deep TMS for adults in and around Houston, TX. Learn more today by calling our office to set up a consultation.

How Is ADHD Treated?

After your initial consultation at TMS Therapy Center, we will perform Deep TMS therapy to help treat your ADHD symptoms and make them more manageable. You will be asked to sit in a comfortable chair while she carefully places the padded helmet on your scalp and secures it with a strap around your jaw. Then, as the H-Coil in the helmet is activated, electromagnetic pulsations will be distributed to the parts of your brain, such as the right prefrontal cortex (PFC), that are related to behavior and attention. After a series of treatments, which will be discussed at your consultation, you should notice an improvement in your symptoms.

Reduce ADHD Symptoms

If you are tired of ADHD getting in the way of everyday tasks, you might want to try Deep TMS therapy at TMS Therapy Center. Our team performs Deep TMS to stimulate the areas of the brain associated with ADHD symptoms so you can function better. Call our Houston, TX practice now to get started.

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Will ADHD eventually go away without treatment?

No. However, people with ADHD that goes untreated do tend to develop coping skills that allow their body to ignore some mild symptoms of the condition. However, the presence of ADHD never truly goes away without treatment.

How does ADHD affect daily life?

ADHD can significantly impact various aspects of daily life, including academic performance, work productivity, and interpersonal relationships. Common challenges include difficulty focusing, poor time management, and impulsivity, leading to higher stress levels and lower quality of life. However, with proper treatment at TMS Therapy Center, many people manage their symptoms effectively.

Does TMS therapy hurt?

Patients experience a brief, rapid pulse on their forehead during TMS therapy. The feeling is not painful and is commonly likened to a woodpecker's tapping. A few patients might experience discomfort on their scalp, potentially accompanied by a mild to moderate headache during the session. This discomfort usually fades post-session and significantly lessens after the initial treatments.

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