Microcurrent: A promising new treatment for concussions
The new method is a real breakthrough in providing a proactive solution, which can be used in conjunction with the current maintenance method.
Concussion recovery therapy follows a protocol called trans-cranial microcurrent point stimulation which yields results in two different ways. First, it helps reduce symptoms such as cortisol (stress), headaches, tight muscles, brain fog and ringing of the ears. Second, it helps improve reaction time, visual motor skills, and cognitive functioning.In addition to concussion treatments,
The way it works is by calming down the sympathetic nervous system. When a concussion occurs, the body goes into fight-or-flight mode due to the stress hormone cortisol. Too much cortisol however can have devastating consequences on the brain such as memory loss, brain aging, cognitive performance, and decreased neuroplasticity. In addition to concussions, tCMPS may prove valuable for geriatric care as well.
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