Wednesday, September 18, 2019
A head device that zaps the brain with electromagnetic waves appears to have reversed the effects of Alzheimer's in a trial.
Eight patients with mild or moderate forms of the brain-destroying disorder took part in experimental transcranial electromagnetic treatment (TEMT).
It involved them wearing a skullcap of magnets which sent electric pulses to break down build-ups of proteins known to stop nerve cells working properly.
Seven of the patients showed a 'highly significant improvement' in tests of their memory, language, attention, behaviour and moods.
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