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Is flashing light too good to be true?
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Posted: Friday, February 7, 2020 11:26 AM
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Is Flashing Light Therapy Too Good to be True?

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All subjects exhibited improvement of cognitive function as expressed by testing with an average improvement of 73.6% across all exams.

 92% of subjects were described as “improved” by their family and or caregivers, inclusive of “mood, disposition, and engagement” as defined in administration of a post therapy interview.

A preliminary study assessed 24 individuals with AD diagnoses using two standardized cognitive scales, the MoCA Cognitive Assessment Test, the Mini-Cog™ Cognitive Impairment Exam; and a Subject Specific Life History (SSLH) exam, before and after administration of flashing light therapy. Following just seven days of treatment, the conclusion of this study was that:

All subjects exhibited improvement of cognitive function as expressed by testing with an average improvement of 73.6% across all exams. 92% of subjects were described as “improved” by their family and or caregivers, inclusive of “mood, disposition, and engagement” as defined in administration of a post therapy interview.

NEUROSURGERY

FEBRUARY 4TH, 2020

A few years ago scientists discovered that directing flashing light at 40 Hertz (cycles per second) into the eyes and noises into the ears of mice with Alzheimer's disease led to a marked decline in amyloid plaques in their brains. The...