Research led by Dr Paul Chazot on a new infrared light therapy that might have the potential to help people with dementia.
People wear a specially adapted helmet which delivers infrared light deep into the brain for six-minutes per treatment.
This stimulates mitochondria that generate most of the chemical energy needed to power the biochemical reaction in the brain’s cells.
Read more about the pilot study here.
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