Yes. The type of stimulation used in Halo Sport, known as tDCS, is backed up by a decade of research — 2000 articles covering over 60,000 sessions all speak to the excellent safety profile of tDCS. We've also tested Halo Sport on over 1,400 healthy volunteers in our in-house studies. Most importantly, Halo Sport was built with medical-grade engineering and design controls.
Our engineers have put the headset through thorough risk analysis, quality assurance procedures, electronic testing, and mechanical testing to ensure that the headset is 100% safe for its users. You can learn more about the safety of Halo Sport from the safety panel in The Science section of our website by visiting haloneuro.com/science#safety.
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