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Stimulation by Light and Sound: Therapeutics Effects in Humans. Systematic Review.

da Silva VF, Ribeiro AP, Dos Santos VA, Nardi AE, King AL, Calomeni MR - Clin Pract Epidemiol Ment Health (2015)

Bottom Line: Methods : The methods followed the Prisma model for eligibility of studies.Results : Four studies on the systematic review were included 3 experimental studies and 1 case report.Two of these studies were focused in learning and sportive performance, and 2 focused on increasing physical and mental health.

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Affiliation: Rua Benta Pereira, 237 - Centro - Campos dos Goytacazes - CEP: 28035-290, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
Introduction : The objective of the study was to make a systematic review of published studies that used the brain stimulation by light and sound as means to optimize brain function and increase the different treatments. Methods : The methods followed the Prisma model for eligibility of studies. Results : Four studies on the systematic review were included 3 experimental studies and 1 case report. Two of these studies were focused in learning and sportive performance, and 2 focused on increasing physical and mental health. Conclusion : It was concluded that the investigation of brain stimulation technique can be applied to induce favorable mental states to enlarge treatments of several disorders that affect humans in a safe and noninvasive way. It is suggested that positive results can also be found through the association of brain stimulation by light and sound with therapies that combat depression and anxiety states.

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Mentions: Furthermore, this research does not claim to indicate the brain stimulation by light and sound as an efficient technique to be used in combination with interventions in the mental health field. The aim with this systematic review, despite apparent limitation by the lack of studies, is to provide researchers with mental health access to the results produced through the application of brain stimulation by light and sound, and thus, stimulate interest for this technique is more widely tested in the mental health area (Fig. 1).


Stimulation by Light and Sound: Therapeutics Effects in Humans. Systematic Review.

da Silva VF, Ribeiro AP, Dos Santos VA, Nardi AE, King AL, Calomeni MR - Clin Pract Epidemiol Ment Health (2015)

Flow diagram of selected studies.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 1: Flow diagram of selected studies.
Mentions: Furthermore, this research does not claim to indicate the brain stimulation by light and sound as an efficient technique to be used in combination with interventions in the mental health field. The aim with this systematic review, despite apparent limitation by the lack of studies, is to provide researchers with mental health access to the results produced through the application of brain stimulation by light and sound, and thus, stimulate interest for this technique is more widely tested in the mental health area (Fig. 1).

Bottom Line: Methods : The methods followed the Prisma model for eligibility of studies.Results : Four studies on the systematic review were included 3 experimental studies and 1 case report.Two of these studies were focused in learning and sportive performance, and 2 focused on increasing physical and mental health.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Rua Benta Pereira, 237 - Centro - Campos dos Goytacazes - CEP: 28035-290, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
Introduction : The objective of the study was to make a systematic review of published studies that used the brain stimulation by light and sound as means to optimize brain function and increase the different treatments. Methods : The methods followed the Prisma model for eligibility of studies. Results : Four studies on the systematic review were included 3 experimental studies and 1 case report. Two of these studies were focused in learning and sportive performance, and 2 focused on increasing physical and mental health. Conclusion : It was concluded that the investigation of brain stimulation technique can be applied to induce favorable mental states to enlarge treatments of several disorders that affect humans in a safe and noninvasive way. It is suggested that positive results can also be found through the association of brain stimulation by light and sound with therapies that combat depression and anxiety states.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus