brain stimulation

This shows a woman wearing the TEMT head device

Alzheimer’s memory loss reversed by new head device using electromagnetic waves

A new, non-invasive brain stimulation treatment shows promise in enhancing memories and cognitive function in those with Alzheimer's disease. Transcranial electromagnetic treatment (TEMT) increases functional connectivity within the cingulate cortex. TEMT is also able to penetrate the brain to break up amyloid-beta and tau deposits, slowing the progression of Alzheimer's disease. ... Read More...
This shows a blue brain

Non-invasive electrical stimulation alters blood flow in brain tumors

After a single session of transcranial electrical stimulation (tES), researchers noted a significant reduction in blood flow to brain tumors. However, there were no alterations in blood flow or activity in the rest of the brain. The technique may be helpful in the treatment of brain cancers such as glioblastoma.... Read More...