Brain Waves and Parkinson’s: A Possible Link to the ‘Flicker Effect’

Brain Waves and Parkinson’s: A Possible Link to the ‘Flicker Effect’

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Brain Waves and Parkinson’s: A Possible Link to the ‘Flicker Effect’

While searching for a way to communicate telepathically, German psychiatrist Hans Berger invented the EEG machine to measure pulsating electrical brain activity in 1924. Professing my ignorance, I know more about telepathy as “advanced empathy” from my PhD thesis than I do about electroencephalography, or EEG. Seldom do I stray outside my field of brain rehabilitation. But the scattered bits of information connecting beta waves to Parkinson’s disease are too intriguing for me to ignore.…

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