This study showed that exposing middle aged mice to brief (6 min) stimulation with infrared light over 10 days could markedly improve memory and mood stability. The study completed by Quietmind Foundation has shown this same effect is achieved in similar timeframes with human subjects diagnosed with dementia in the same amount of time using a broad transcranial and intraocular exposure technique. Ongoing trials are being conducted using this device combined with brainwave biofeedback training. Contact Quietmind Fdn. for details. click here for the full paper. original mouse study
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