Electrical Patch Found to Reduce Depression

Dr. Christopher DeGiorgio, a professor of neurology from the University of California, recently presented an external trigeminal nerve stimulation patch that he invented to the Royal Society of Medicine in London. The patch stimulates nerves in the forehead that link deep within the brain to areas that are associated with mood. The studies have shown that it can improve the moods of people who suffer from depression by as much as 50% if worn for at least eight hours a night during sleep. Not only that, it has also been found to reduce the occurrence of epileptic seizures in patients that don’t respond to drug treatment.


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