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Can Nerve Stimulators Conquer Parkinson’s and Even Obesity?

A recent study out of Duke University found that ongoing spinal cord stimulation could improve symptoms of Parkinson's disease. The report also showed that the treatment could safeguard nerve cells from further damage. The study, published in Scientific Reports , explained how scientists used a technology called dorsal column stimulation (DCS) to help rats with a similar disease regain control of their movements.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Anything that stimulates dopamine production will help with Parkinson’s, obesity, and ADHD.  The best food to achieve that is high-dose fish oil, at least 7.5 grams of EPA and DHA per day.

 

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