Thursday, January 28, 2016

PTSD - electric patch:

Enter an experimental electrical brain treatment for PTSD called "trigeminal nerve stimulation" (TNS).
The treatment relies on a 9-volt battery that powers a low-level current that zaps the brain through an external forehead patch worn during sleep, according to the researchers. The current targets the patient's autonomic nervous system and brain regions that regulate mood, behavior and thought.