Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a well-recognized diagnostic tool in most brain disorders. Today, high-strength magnetic field (3 Tesla) MRI are standard. Though 7 T MRI are not currently widely used yet, it becomes more and more available for clinical and neuroscientific researchers. However, the higher spatial resolutions that are possible at ultra high field imaging increase scan time as a result, which can result in patient discomfort. The main complaint at ultra high field followed by nausea, light flashes, metallic taste in the mouth, too much noise during image acquisition [1].

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