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  1. tVNS Increases Liking of Orally Sampled Low-Fat Foods: A Pilot Study.Lina Öztürk, Pia Elisa Büning, Eleni Frangos, Guillaume de Lartigue & Maria G. Veldhuizen - 2020 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14.
    Recently a role for the vagus nerve in conditioning food preferences was established in rodents. In a prospective controlled clinical trial in humans, invasive vagus nerve stimulation shifted food choice toward lower fat content. Here we explored whether hedonic aspects of an orally sampled food stimulus can be modulated by non-invasive transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation in humans. In healthy participants we tested liking and wanting ratings of food samples with varying fat or sugar content with or without tVNS in a (...)
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  • Effects of Sub-Threshold Transcutaneous Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation on Cingulate Cortex and Insula Resting-State Functional Connectivity.Yixiang Mao, Conan Chen, Maryam Falahpour, Kelly H. MacNiven, Gary Heit, Vivek Sharma, Konstantinos Alataris & Thomas T. Liu - 2022 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 16.
    Transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation, a non-invasive alternative to vagus nerve stimulation with implantable devices, has shown promise in treating disorders such as depression, migraine, and insomnia. Studies of these disorders with resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging have found sustained changes in resting-state functional connectivity in patients treated with low frequency taVNS. A recent study has reported reductions in pain scores in patients with rheumatoid arthritis after a 12-week treatment of high-frequency sub-threshold taVNS. However, no studies to date have examined (...)
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