Alternating, low-level electrical shocks to the brain to improve memory don't seem to affect brain waves, according to a study published in Nature Communications. Researchers monitored the brain waves of epilepsy patients who underwent transcranial alternating current stimulation and found no changes.
Study: Electric shocks of low intensity have little effect on brain waves
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