19 Apr 2017 11:38 AM EST
Researchers have discovered a method to help ease the symptoms of PTSD using a patient’s own brainwaves. PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder, is caused by traumatic events that occur in someone’s life. The way researchers used a patient’s own brain waves is by playing a “noninvasive closed-loop acoustic stimulation brainwave technology.” The study’s lead author Dr. Charles Tegeler, stated, “It’s as if the brain can look at itself in an acoustic mirror, recalibrate its patterns towards improved balance and reduced hyperarousal, and can relax.” Researcher hope to further the benefits of the treatment.
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