Depressed? Get a Deep Tissue Brain Massage!

Posted April 11, 2013 by Johnny2x in Science


This one does NOT come with a happy ending. We find this story at They are always looking out for our health and well being!

Apparently scientists have used Deep Brain Stimulation to successfully treat patients suffering from severe depression. Using a pacemaker-like device they activate select regions of the brain via implanted electrodes and can treat various mental illnesses.


Check it out:

Deep Brain Stimulation shows promise as treatment for depression

Deep Brain Stimulation, in which a pacemaker-like device activates select regions of the brain via implanted electrodes, has been used to help people suffering from a variety of neurological problems. Just in the past few years, studies have explored its use for treating anorexiaAlzheimer’s, andmemory disorders. Now, perhaps not surprisingly, scientists from Germany’s Bonn University Hospital have found that it also appears to do wonders for acute depression.

– read more

A paper on the Bonn research, which was led by Prof. Volker Arnd Coenen and Prof. Thomas E. Schläpfer, was recently published in the journal Biological Psychiatry.

Source: Bonn University

Comment with Facebook

About the Author


John created the just because he cares about each and everyone of you. He likes science, technology, movies, and music. He also likes long walks in the park but only at night and in most dangerous park he can find AND he discovered the internet while playing in his back yard as a child. Some of this is true and some of it is not.


Be the first to comment!

Leave a Reply

Upcoming Movies

%d bloggers like this: