Category: Press Release

Chronic Stress and Anxiety can Damage Brain

Originally found on https://www.belmarrahealth.com/brain-damage-likely-from-chronic-stress-and-anxiety-study/ Based on the results of an analytical study, scientists from the Rotman Research Institute, a division of Baycrest Health Sciences, caution people that chronic stress and anxiety may lead to an increased risk of developing depression, and even dementia. So what exactly is chronic stress? Anxiety, fear, and stress are common emotions…

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Depression affects the brains of males and females differently

Originally found on https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/07/170711085522.htm When researchers in the UK exposed depressed adolescents to happy or sad words and imaged their brains, they found that depression has different effects on the brain activity of male and female patients in certain brain regions. The findings suggest that adolescent girls and boys might experience depression differently and that sex-specific…

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Understanding Depression

Originally found on https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/depression-what-you-need-to-know/index.shtml#pub2 Sadness is something we all experience. It is a normal reaction to difficult times in life and usually passes with a little time. When a person has depression, it interferes with daily life and normal functioning. It can cause pain for both the person with depression and those who care about him…

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Scientists discover ways to increase efficiency in neurofeedback

Originally found on https://www.news-medical.net/news/20170729/Scientists-discover-ways-to-increase-efficiency-in-neurofeedback-training-paradigm.aspx Researchers from the HSE Centre for Cognition & Decision Making and the Control of Complex Systems Laboratory (Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences) have conducted a series of experiments to uncover what a person actually controls when they are tasked with independently affecting the activity of their own…

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Electrical Brain Stimulation Could Help Relieve Fibromyalgia Pain, Study Suggests

Originally found on https://fibromyalgianewstoday.com/2017/07/21/fibromyalgia-pain-could-be-helped-with-targeted-electrical-brain-stimulation-clinical-trial-suggests/ Ten sessions of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), a technique that stimulates certain areas of the brain with electrical impulses, could provide pain relief for patients with fibromyalgia, according to the results of a small clinical trial. The study, “Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on pain, mood and serum endorphin level in…

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Insomnia linked to stress, anxiety, and depression

Originally found on http://www.belmarrahealth.com/important-get-good-nights-sleep/ Sleep is a fundamental act we partake in each and every night that keeps us healthy. When we sleep, all of our organs and systems get much-needed rest so that they can continue to function each day. So, when we don’t sleep, this can have detrimental effects both physically and mentally….

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Electrical Brain Stimulation Could “Awaken” Comatose People

Originally found on https://futurism.com/new-electrical-brain-stimulation-could-awaken-comatose-people/ WAKING THE BRAIN After experiencing a severe brain injury, people can slip into a coma. Some of these people begin to show signs of intermittent awareness, but are still not able to communicate. This state is called “minimal consciousness,” and it can leave friends and loved ones of those who are trapped…

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Electrical brain stimulation found to improve working memory

Originally found on http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/316370.php Our brains are complex machines capable of processing an impressive amount of information. For the brain to work properly, however, it must connect all of its many components into one coordinated effort. Scientifically, the brain has been divided into four main regions, each with its own subsections and specialized functions. Some of…

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Nexalin Technology Featured on The Huffington Post

Nexalin Technology is currently being featured in an article on The Huffington Post regarding “The Future of Brain-Based Medicine”. The article discusses the growth of mental illness in the United States and the costs that are associated with mental healthcare.  Furthermore, the article looks at the current treatment protocols and how they are only aimed to address the symptoms of disorders, never the…

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Nexalin Gains International Traction

Nexalin presented on the showroom floor of the Warsaw Stock Exchange at Wedbush Morgan’s 3rd Annual Global Life Sciences Conference in Warsaw, Poland on June 11, 2015. On stage Mr. Letcavage and Mr. White detailed the innovation of Nexalin and the massive potential in the mental health field in Europe. Furthermore, Nexalin addressed the plan to…

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