A Telehealth tDCS Approach to Decrease Cannabis Use: Towards Reducing Multiple Sclerosis Disability

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to determine if transcranial direct current stimulation, or tDCS, can be used to treat cannabis use disorder (CUD) in patients living with multiple sclerosis (MS). There are currently no established standard-of-care treatments for cannabis use reduction, including for the MS patient. This study will evaluate whether tDCS combined with mindfulness meditation results in decreased distress and, in turn, decreased cannabis use. tDCS is a safe, noninvasive (does not enter your body) brain stimulation that uses a small handheld tDCS device to deliver a mild electrical current through a headset to the brain to help improve brain activity.

Clinical Study Identifier: s21-01028
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT05005013
Principal Investigator: Leigh E. Charvet.

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