CHINA: A 2009 study by the Russian Academy of Sciences examined the effects of terahertz radiation on brain cells and found that the right dose can stimulate activity. This study by the State Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning at Beijing Normal University builds on this earlier work. of the SY-38, GluA1, and GluN1 proteins, which are essential for the growth of neurons.
Li Xiaoli, the principal researcher of the study that was published in Acta Physica Sinica, says: “It may be possible to create new neuromodulation technologies using terahertz radiation of specific frequencies and energy to treat or prevent diseases like neurodevelopmental disorders.”
Alzheimer’s, autism, and Parkinson’s disease are among the illnesses that can be treated with this technology, but research indicates that it may be able to go even farther.
In the study, mice’s neurons were subjected to 100 microwatt pulse radiation at frequencies ranging from 0.3 to 3 terahertz for three minutes. The treated neurons grew 150% more quickly in a Petri dish while retaining healthy properties.
As a result of another side effect of radiation on the mice used in the experiments, their ability to learn was enhanced. In just three days, the number of connections between their neurons doubled. Tests revealed that the animals’ bodies were not harmed.
Another experiment subjected the mice to 20 minutes daily of 90 mW terahertz radiation for three weeks. Young specimens had more brain cells as a result, which helped them learn activities and respond to stimuli more quickly than mice who had not received the treatment.
Li Xiaoli also makes clear that more research is already being done to make sure that 6G technology is secure and that terahertz radiation treatments will provide future generations with improved living conditions without putting their safety at risk.
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