Electrical impulses boost the brain’s self-repair mode
Stroke Electrical Brain Stimulation Brain

Electrical impulses boost the brain’s self-repair mode

Dr Sahba Mobini
Dr Sahba Mobini

Stroke victims could possibly recover faster through a method used to stimulate the brain’s ability to heal itself. Scientists are studying how electrical stimulation can help regrow neural connections… and treat other conditions too.

In 10 seconds? The current and limited rehabilitation methods after a stroke can be complemented in the future with electrical brain stimulation. Research shows this method can create new ‘paths’ that help regain lost skills.

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