Non-invasive electrical vestibular stimulation

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Non-invasive electrical vestibular stimulation or VeNS is a method of stimulating a part of the ear using a wearable electrical device.[1]

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  1. Sluydts, Morgana; Curthoys, Ian; Vanspauwen, Robby; Papsin, Blake Croll; Cushing, Sharon Lynn; Ramos, Angel; Ramos de Migue, Angel; Borkoski Barreiro, Silvia; Barbara, Maurizio (2020). "Electrical Vestibular Stimulation in Humans: A Narrative Review". Audiology and Neurotology. 25 (1–2): 6–24. doi:10.1159/000502407. ISSN 1420-3030. PMID 31533097.

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