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A Feasibility Trial of Gamma Sensory Flicker for Patients with Prodromal Alzheimer’s Disease

Publication: Alzheimer’s Association Author: Qiliang He, Kay M. Colon-Motas, Alyssa F. Pybus, Lydia Piendel, Jonna K. Seppa, Margaret L. Walker, Cecelia M. Manzanares, Deqiang Qiu, Svjetlana Miocinovic, Levi B. Wood, Allan I. Levey, James J. Lah, Annabelle C. Singer After seeing the beneficial results of 40Hz lights reducing amyloid plaques in mice, researchers began a …

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Deep Sleep May Help Clear the Brain of Alzheimer’s-Related Toxins

Publication: Medical News Today Author: Jeanna D. Smiley Alzheimer’s disease destroys neurons and their connections in parts of the brain involved in memory. It’s caused in part by amyloid plaques that compound in the brain. Multiple studies are ongoing revealing the deep connections between cleaning out amyloid plaques and sleep. Current research agrees with previous …

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A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment With Clicks and Flashes? It Worked on Mice

Publication: NYTimes Author: Pam Belluck For Alzheimer’s patients, a new study led by a prominent M.I.T. neuroscientist offers tantalizing promise. It found that when mice engineered to exhibit Alzheimer’s-like qualities were exposed to 40Hz lights and clicking sounds, important brain functions improved and toxic levels of Alzheimer’s-related proteins diminished. What’s more, the rapid-fire soundtrack appeared …

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Cognito Therapeutics Presents New Clinical Data Demonstrating Disease-Modifying Effects of Gamma Frequency Neuro-modulation on Cognitive Function and Brain Atrophy in Alzheimer’s Disease at AAIC 2021

Publication: Biospace A Massachusetts-based neuro-physiology company developing a new class of digital therapeutics to treat neurodegenerative disorders presented key findings from clinical research at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in 2021.  These results reported the impact of gamma frequency neuro-modulation on cognitive function in Alzheimer’s Disease, which showed improvements in sleep, improvements in memory and …

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How flashing lights and pink noise might banish Alzheimer’s, improve memory and more

Publication: Nature Author: Helen Thomson Neuroscientists are getting excited about non-invasive procedures to tune the brain’s natural oscillations. Although scientists have observed the effects of differing brainwaves for the past 100 years, only now are they understanding the positive effects that certain frequencies have on restoring gamma wave activity in the brain. The work offers …

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Can flickering light and sound treat Alzheimer’s

Publication: Medical News Today Author: James Kingsland MIT research team revealed that light therapy boosts a form of brain wave called gamma oscillation, which research suggests is impaired in people with Alzheimer’s disease. The most recent investigation has shown that boosting gamma oscillations can improve the connection between nerve cells, reduce inflammation, and preserve against …

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Flickering light mobilizes brain chemistry that may fight Alzheimer’s

Publication: Science Daily Author: Ben Brumfield The promise of flickering light to treat Alzheimer’s takes another step forward in a new study conducted at the Georgia Institute of Technology, which revealed stark biochemical mechanisms: 40 Hertz stimulus triggers a marked release of signaling chemicals to fight Alzheimer’s disease. The flickering light does need not long …

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Flickering Lights and Sound Could Be New Weapon Against Alzheimer’s

Publication: Neuroscience News Source:  Georgia Tech A Georgia Tech study reveals that flickering lights and sounds have been shown to be tolerable, safe, and effective in treating adults with mild cognitive impairment. These findings show that prolonged gamma sensory flicker is safe, tolerable, and feasible with preliminary indications of immune and network effects, supporting further …

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