Non-invasive brain stimulation is a breakthrough treatment that has the potential to cure certain neurological disorders completely. This new treatment can be highly effective in treating such disorders as stroke, chronic pain syndromes and minor brain injuries. If you suffer from one of these disorders, then you should look into this exciting technology. First, however, it’s essential to understand how this treatment works before deciding if it’s right for you.
Non-invasive brain injury research has been going on for years, but it hasn’t wholly cured any neurological disorders. There are many promising results and hope for improvement in the future, but there is no known cure just yet. One of the problems is that once a person gets a brain injury, they are often left with lifelong disabilities. Because of this, they’re stuck having to deal with the effects of their damage on a day-to-day basis. In many cases, they’re unable to function normally in society because they can’t perform the tasks they use their brains are capable of.
TBI or Total Bodily Impact is the term used to describe a traumatic brain injury. This can be caused by a car accident, falls, a workplace injury or some other cause. When a person suffers from the same type of injury, it can have long-lasting consequences. One non-invasive treatment that has shown great promise in treating neurological disorders is brain stimulation. This treatment has been proven to be highly successful in improving the function and functioning of the brain in those with proven brain injury.
Some of the brain injury symptoms include seizures, balance and coordination problems, and speech difficulties. Patients can improve the quality of life with the use of this non-invasive brain stimulation technique. In addition, those with severe brain injury can be treated with this procedure as well. Patients suffering from hyperexcitability can benefit from non-invasive treatment to reduce symptoms associated with a neurological disorder.
A study published in the July 6 edition of Nature Nanotechnology showed non-invasive brain stimulation could treat patients with hyperexcitability. The study was conducted by a team of researchers led by graduate student Zhi Zhong. The researchers combined adenosine triphosphate (ATP), an excitatory neurotransmitter, with nanoparticles. The adenosine triphosphate (ATP) activates a region of the brain known as the raphynostriatal pathway. This pathway helps regulate information transfer between brain cells and synapses. Because of the stimulation provided by the nanoparticles, the researchers were able to retrain the brain to work more efficiently.
Another study published in the same issue of Nature Nanotechnology showed how a larger molecule, composed of copper, might help treat some types of diseases and syndromes associated with hyperexcitability. The study was done by a team of researchers led by molecular biologist Hong Kong. They used a technique called trans-synaptic potentials using carbon nanotubes. The researchers combined the nanoparticles with copper ions and implanted them into the brain of a rat. After a few days, they discovered that the rats treated with copper ions showed improved movement and physical function.