New Method of Electrical Stimulation Eases Essential Tremor Syndrome

New Method of Electrical Stimulation Eases Essential Tremor Syndrome

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New Method of Electrical Stimulation Eases Essential Tremor Syndrome

Scientists have developed a new method of noninvasive electrical stimulation that can suppress tremors in people with essential tremor syndrome by interfering with the abnormal brain waves that trigger them. According to the research team, if proven effective in larger studies this new method may be adopted as a way to treat essential tremor syndrome, including those that occur in Parkinson’s disease patients. “Tremor is a very debilitating symptom in some of our patients. Unfortunately, currently…

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