Brain-hacking. It sounds sinister and quite possibly illegal, like a cerebral version of computer-hacking.
But some one claimed he has,according to Davis.... I’ve been brain-hacked. It happened on Thursday morning in Swansea. And not only am I still here to tell the tale, it also made me better at darts.
Of course, not many people care how good they are at darts.
But there is evidence to suggest that brain-hacking, or transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) to give it the proper scientific name, can treat depression