MIT Researchers Make 2019 Breakthrough on Alzheimers (Using A Technique I’ve Been Writing About for 7 Years)
If you run gamma frequency (over 30hertz to 100hz) into the eyes or brains of rats, half of the amyloid plaques evaporate: http://news.mit.edu/…/brain-wave-stimulation-improve-alzhei…
Specifically, when you coax the brain into operating at the “flow state” or “learning” frequency, you teach it to clear the Alzheimers -causing accumulation.
After studying the entirety of the USMLE1 neuroanatomy and neurophysiology lecture series in 2012, learning that specific actions occur at specific hertz ranges, I became fascinated with the idea of forcing the brain out of the anxiety, pain, and depression ranges (13-29hz) and into alpha, theta, delta or bursts of gamma (which is what advanced zen meditators already do). I conducted experiments with running current across the brain (tDCS), to find that I could easily solve Rubik’s cubes for the first time in my life and foreign language learning could be done at about 2-5x faster: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/18303984/
It’s among an arsenal of proprietary techniques I use with advanced coaching clients. And these I never in detail share publicly. But I did reference them on the blog in 2013: https://www.elev8wellness.com/wellblog_best_nutrition_tra…/1
In recent posts as well, I cover EEG ranges.
And I have included them in client notes going back to 2012, although my iPad search could only find 2016 files with reference to brain stimulation or the Fisher Wallace device.
The future is here. The tech has been around for a while. I applaud MIT. But if you’re going to wait around for their next 10 trials, publishings, clinical go-ahead, and for pharma to get out of the way, good luck. Brain stim already had beneficial human outcomes in 2008 research. Eleven years later and MIT is conducting rat trials. The viable officially-approved therapies are not advancing; they’re going backward.