Effects of Binaural-Beat Stimulation on Recovery Following Traumatic Brain Injury
AbstractPatients suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) lose the ability to structure their own life. Rehabilitation is expensive in time, money and effort. A noninvasive, patient-controlled method, binaural-beat auditory stimulation, may elicit changes in states of consciousness and mood. This study assesses the feasibiliry and efficacy of using this method to improve self-esteem, quality of life and function of daily living for persons suffering from old TBI.
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