Fighting age-related memory decline by syncing brain waves

Researchers at Boston University used brain stimulation to improve synchronization between gamma and theta brain waves in the left temporal and prefrontal cortexes in older people with memory decline. This technique rapidly boosted the participants’ working memory function for at least 50 minutes after 25 minutes of stimulation.

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