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An ‘infrared Helmet’ Was Introduced To Strengthen The Brain

Durham: The British company Macaulium Limited has developed a helmet that not only strengthens the brain through infrared waves but can also help treat various mental illnesses.

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The helmet also has 14 fans with several rows of infrared LEDs that keep the wearer’s head cool in addition to the helmet.

These LEDs emit 1,060 nanometers to 1,068 nanometers of infrared rays that transmit 1,368 joules of energy (in the form of heat) to the inner part of the brain every six minutes.
The helmet has an introductory price of, 7,250 (approximately PKR 1.72 million).

The pilot study of the helmet on 27 volunteers at Durham University, UK, has been successfully completed, details of which have been published online in the latest issue of the research journal “Photo Biomodulation, Photo Medicine, and Laser Surgery” .

This type of brain therapy is called “transcranial photobiomodulation therapy” (BBM-T) in which the infrared rays emitted from a special helmet are transmitted to the internal parts of the patient’s brain. Is.

These infrared waves reach the responsible parts of energy production in the brain cells, the mitochondria, and transfer their energy to them.

It improves the performance of mitochondria as well as the state of energy in the brain, which in turn has a positive effect on mental health.

During the pilot study, 14 volunteers used real infrared helmets twice daily for six weeks for six minutes, while 13 volunteers used synthetic but harmless helmets similar to the original helmets.

At the end of the study, it was found that the volunteers who wore the original helmet had significantly improved mobility, memory and communication skills, while those who wore the fake helmet did not notice much difference.

None of the study volunteers reported adverse or side effects during treatment.

Another study on the infrared helmet was conducted in the United States last year, involving 39 volunteers with memory and acquisition problems at an early stage, meaning they had dementia.

A report published in the July 2021 issue of “Aging and Disease” on this study shows that all patients did benefit from the use of infrared helmets, but re-emerged from dementia after discontinuation. ۔

Dr. Gordon Dougal, the inventor of infrared helmet technology, says that although much remains to be learned about the benefits of infrared to the brain, given the many benefits and positive aspects that have emerged so far, There is nothing wrong with starting to use.

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