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Thanks for submitting this post to our blog carniv...

2008-06-21T03:04:00.000-04:00

Thanks for submitting this post to our blog carnival. We just published the 35th edition of Brain Blogging and your article was featured!

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Shaheen



I am not so convinced rTMS might work for treatmen...

2008-06-12T05:15:00.000-04:00

I am not so convinced rTMS might work for treatment resistant depression. Recent literature is disappointing, for more information please visit my blog:
http://ectweb.blogspot.com/2008/05/rtms-not-effective-for-depression.html
Regards Dr Shock



Spent my life working around high powered transmit...

2008-06-07T20:23:00.000-04:00

Spent my life working around high powered transmitters, (radio waves and magnetism are two sides of the same coin, one creates t'other) and my gut feeling is that magnetics such as this are a pretty blunt instrument. I watched a bird go crazy in the beam of a radar transmitter, and die by repeatedly flying into the ground. So there is no doubt in my mind that something is going on. I just can't bring myself to believe that it could be anything good!
On the other hand, if you like, I will sell you a pretty little copper bracelet with 25 cents worth of rare earth magnets in it for only 25 dollars! I have heard there are some "good results", expecially be the people marketing such bogus products.



SOUNDS VERY INTERESTING. DO YOU KNOW IF IT HAS BEE...

2008-06-05T11:15:00.000-04:00

SOUNDS VERY INTERESTING. DO YOU KNOW IF IT HAS BEEN USED WITH PTSD AND BIPOLAR DISORDER?



Seems like somthing I need to check in on ;-)

2008-06-04T12:50:00.000-04:00

Seems like somthing I need to check in on ;-)



HIMagnetic therapy is effective on humen brain and...

2008-06-04T08:38:00.000-04:00

HI

Magnetic therapy is effective on humen brain and I think this time doctors are avoide to this.



I think alternatives are great especially for thos...

2008-06-04T03:10:00.000-04:00

I think alternatives are great especially for those who traditional medicine or therapy is not working



I'd heard about magnetic therapy awhile ago. After...

2008-06-03T18:44:00.000-04:00

I'd heard about magnetic therapy awhile ago. After experiencing years of failure with so many treatments, including invasive ones like ECT and the VNS implant, I personally hold no hope that anything will work for me.

I still find it good though that researchers are trying new things. Hopefully others with treatment resistent depression will find relief with one of the new methods they're experimenting with.



Maybe that would work for me! I am willing to try...

2008-06-03T16:51:00.000-04:00

Maybe that would work for me! I am willing to try anything to make myself feel better.



I've read these studies on rTMS. I really like th...

2008-06-03T10:10:00.000-04:00

I've read these studies on rTMS. I really like the fact it is non-invasive.

I think this is definitely an approach when conventional methods fail. We are, after all very individualistic.



Veddy Interesting. Hd not heard of this, so thank...

2008-06-02T21:30:00.000-04:00

Veddy Interesting. Hd not heard of this, so thanks for the info.

Would like to see outcome study with "standing on one's head" as a control group and other forms of posturing to produce more blood flow to the brain. Like one of those upside down contraptions. Have read anecdotal claims that this improves mood.



That really sounds interesting. I'd like to read m...

2008-06-02T21:24:00.000-04:00

That really sounds interesting. I'd like to read more on this.



wow I wonder if that would work for me because not...

2008-06-02T21:01:00.000-04:00

wow I wonder if that would work for me because nothing else seems to be helping!

your blog is so informative!



That is really neat! I didn't know such a thing ex...

2008-06-02T18:20:00.000-04:00

That is really neat! I didn't know such a thing existed..



Hi Dr. Deb. Thanks so much for viewing my blog, an...

2008-06-02T16:58:00.000-04:00

Hi Dr. Deb. Thanks so much for viewing my blog, and I am touched that you would add to to your blog.
It's so hard to get my feelings out in the open, but I'm going to try harder...Mary



I dunno, Doc. Looks like some kinda strange alien ...

2008-06-02T15:12:00.000-04:00

I dunno, Doc. Looks like some kinda strange alien testing to me. LOL



I think the concept is intriguing, and the non-inv...

2008-06-02T13:18:00.000-04:00

I think the concept is intriguing, and the non-invasive aspect of it is especially interesting. Must read more on this. I know a guy who works locally on the premise of resonant light therapy, and I've written features on him. He believes in it with all his heart and so do some other therapists.



I remembering hearing about rTMS when it was firs...

2008-06-02T11:08:00.000-04:00

I remembering hearing about rTMS when it was first being used in treatment-resistant patients and I thought it was fascinating. I think it's definitely another option for those who are having a terrible time trying to improve their depressive symptoms.

It's amazing how many different problems rTMS might help :)

Donna



Well that sounds really interesting, Ive had ECT a...

2008-06-01T22:33:00.000-04:00

Well that sounds really interesting, Ive had ECT and would never recommend it to anyone, I hope this is better..Mary



I would imagine magnetic therapy could be very use...

2008-06-01T20:13:00.000-04:00

I would imagine magnetic therapy could be very useful under the right person's care. This is really encouraging, especially for people that are unsuccessful to find relief with other means. I cannot imagine how wonderful it must be for someone with hallucinations to finally find a solution.



Never heard of this before... it does sound weird....

2008-06-01T15:49:00.000-04:00

Never heard of this before... it does sound weird.



Interesting info!Thank you for blogrolling me,I bl...

2008-06-01T15:19:00.000-04:00

Interesting info!
Thank you for blogrolling me,I blogrolled you too!!



Dear Clueless,If I had to choose a different caree...

2008-06-01T14:43:00.000-04:00

Dear Clueless,
If I had to choose a different career, I think I'd be a neurologist. The way our neuropathways work intrigues me.

Dear GOM,
I want to get certified in EMDR. I believe there is a strong neurobiology to repetitive eye movement and neural pathways. So glad it helped you. Wonderful to read that!!

Dear Lisa,
We are learning more and more each day about neural pathways, how the brain can re-learn and even create new pathways. Amazing stuff, I agree. Didn't know that about the elevated levels. See, blogging is great for sharing and learning new things. I'm gonna check that commonality out now.

Dear Barbara,
It HAS been used for Tinnitus. I forgot to mention that. Check it out for yourself and let us know!!



I wonder if it would have a positive affect on tin...

2008-06-01T14:38:00.000-04:00

I wonder if it would have a positive affect on tinnitus???? Its not really related but I'd try anything for that :)

Thanks for great info, as always!



I'm like 'clueless' - that's really interesting. ...

2008-06-01T12:33:00.000-04:00

I'm like 'clueless' - that's really interesting. I wonder if it serves to encourage new neural pathways to develop, in the same manner as repetitive, purposeful actions work on brain plasticity.

I just recently learned that non-suicidal MDD patients share an elevated level of IL-6 with patients who have Multiple Sclerosis or Transverse Myelitis. This is of particular interest since I was diagnosed with a Depressive Disorder (never suicidal) years before I was finally diagnosed with MS.

The body and brain are fascinating.