Dreaming again with TENS on my neck (100 Hz), and less moving legs

pattismith

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I don't have POTS, but brain and spine pains.
(slight cervical deviation of unknown origin)

I don't recall my dreams for a long time now.

But then, I tried my TENS on my neck during the night (all night long), and I can recall my dreams on the morning almost every time I do it.

I also notice that my moving morning legs in bed are not moving any longer these times.

Very happy even though I would prefer nicer dreams... maybe if I try another Hz!
 

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Where are you placing it on your neck (back of cervical?)? I remember reading that TENS shouldn't be done on left (?) ear due to possibly causing heart arythmias due to a certain nerve or something that runs through. Perhaps this nerve also runs down the neck. If so it would be wise to avoid it.
 

pattismith

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Where are you placing it on your neck (back of cervical?)? I remember reading that TENS shouldn't be done on left (?) ear due to possibly causing heart arythmias due to a certain nerve or something that runs through. Perhaps this nerve also runs down the neck. If so it would be wise to avoid it.
I put the four electrods behind the skull, under the hairs, along cervical spine. I think I avoid the vagus nerve which travels under the ear along internal jugular vein.

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