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The lead author volunteered to try the technique first, and shortly afterward claimed he felt like he had drank a martini. The vibrational frequencies used have not been shown to be harmful. Future research seeks to only target the area of the brain associated with mood. More info: http://bit.ly/12KNDFX  Image: University of Arizona

The lead author volunteered to try the technique first, and shortly afterward claimed he felt like he had drank a martini. The vibrational frequencies used have not been shown to be harmful. Future research seeks to only target the area of the brain associated with mood. More info: http://bit.ly/12KNDFX Image: University of Arizona

In a study published in the journal Radiology, researchers found that white matter damage in the brains of people who had experienced concussions closely resembled the type of white matter damage found in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.  These findings suggest that concussions set off a chain of neurological events that can cause long-term damage to the brain.

In a study published in the journal Radiology, researchers found that white matter damage in the brains of people who had experienced concussions closely resembled the type of white matter damage found in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. These findings suggest that concussions set off a chain of neurological events that can cause long-term damage to the brain.

The Interactive Brain via BrainLine.org The brain is incredibly complex. Take an interactive journey to see how the brain works and what impact an injury can have.

The Interactive Brain via BrainLine.org The brain is incredibly complex. Take an interactive journey to see how the brain works and what impact an injury can have.

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