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Scientists Find Mild Jolts to The Brain May Improve Performance With Numbers

12th February 2014

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The electrodes are placed in a tightly fitted cap and worn around the head. The device, run off a 9-volt battery commonly used in smoke detectors, induces only a gentle current and can be targeted to specific areas of the brain or applied generally. The mild current reduces the risk of side effects, which has opened up possibilities about using it, even in individuals without a disorder, as a general cognitive enhancer. Scientists also are investigating its use to treat mood disorders and other conditions.

Quick, grab Obama and wire him up.

2 Responses to “Scientists Find Mild Jolts to The Brain May Improve Performance With Numbers”

  1. RealRick Says:

    Other politicians may require anatomy-specific electrodes. Bill Clinton, for example,….well, I probably don’t need to explain.

  2. Whitehawk Says:

    I don’t think 9 volts will do it.