Vagus Nerve and Stimulation

The Vagus nerve, trunk located on the left side of human neck and stems reach to outer ear area, provides a unique entrance to the brain. Electrical stimulation of this structure in the cervical region – that is the conventional VNS method – allows direct modulative access to subcortical brain areas.

Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) has become an established therapy for difficult-to-treat epilepsy during the past 20 years and depression during the past 10 years. 
FDA approval since 1997.


Vagus Nerve Stimulation helping to reach well-being and happiness

  • Stress relief
  • To relieve anxiety and panic disorders
  • To mitigate/relieve pains like cluster headache, migraine, fibromyalgia
  • To relieve addictions
  • To prevent memory loss (AAMI, MCI) and worsening of Alzheimer´s disease
  • To treat annoying tinnitus (as a component of TCPT (tinnitus care pathway technology)
  • To treat stress-associated insomnia

Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation tVNS

Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation tVNS

Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation is a non-invasive method allowing effective stimulation treatments without invasive procedures.

Salustim Group is currently developing new generation stimulation device, but you can still obtain and use our previous, white cell-phone like model SaluSTIM device. Read more here.