COVID-19 Strategies

Nutrition and Natural Strategies Against COVID-19

You can take vitamin C 1,000 mg twice a day.   

Check your vitamin D, This should be done often, especially for shut-ins. 

Taking an erectile prescription such as Viagra could help those battling the coronavirus, because it contains Nitric Oxide.

  

Doctors in China are testing Viagra as a treatment for COVID-19. Nitric oxide is a gas with a pretty enviable medical resume.

Its discovery gave rise to a treatment that snatches thousands of "blue babies" — newborns starved of oxygen by a heart defect — from the jaws of death every year. Later, research into the gas's knack for relaxing blood vessels led to the development of the world's best-known little blue pill — the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra.

In 1992, the journal Science named nitric oxide "molecule of the year." And in1998, UCLA pharmacologist Louis J. Ignarro shared a Nobel Prize in medicine for uncovering nitric oxide's role as a "signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system.”

Nitric oxide may not be done yet. The colorless, odorless gas, inhaled through a mask or even from a small "flute," is now being tested as an experimental treatment for COVID-19. It may also prove helpful in protecting healthcare workers on the front line of the pandemic from getting sick.

At hospitals in Boston, Alabama, Louisiana, Sweden and Austria, researchers have launched a clinical trial to test inhaled nitric oxide in patients with mild to moderate cases of COVID-19. The trial will test whether the gas can drive down the number of patients who end up needing breathing assistance from a mechanical ventilator, a piece of equipment that's in critically short supply.

In Italy, where the gas was used under more haphazard conditions, the treatment appeared to dramatically boost oxygen levels in the blood of COVID-19 patients, said Dr. Lorenzo Berra, the critical-care specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital who is leading the new trial. But it'll take more rigorous testing to clarify how much nitric oxide helps, he said.

A proposed second trial, still under scrutiny by a research panel at Massachusetts General Hospital, would enroll healthcare workers who are routinely exposed to patients with COVID-19 and are themselves at high risk of infection. For 10 to 15 minutes at the start and end of every shift, doctors and nurses would tug on a handheld device and inhale a high dose of nitric oxide.

In humans, nitric oxide is naturally generated by 60 trillion cells that line our blood vessels, and by some brain cells as well. It helps regulate blood pressure, engulfs invading toxins, prevents platelets in the blood from forming clots, and signals that food has arrived and that sex is at hand. But sometimes, a supplemental supply is needed.

When inflammation, emphysema or a disease like cystic fibrosis attacks the lungs, the large blood vessels and tiny capillaries that deliver oxygen constrict. Inhaled nitric oxide relaxes those vessels, increasing the transfer of oxygen to the blood and easing the heart's workload.

Since 1993, it's been used to rescue oxygen-starved newborns with congenital heart defects, as well as infants with persistent pulmonary hypertension. These young patients begin by breathing a high dose of nitric oxide in their tiny neonatal intensive care bubbles. Their bodies usually respond by making the gas on their own, typically in five days or so.

And that's it, said Dr. Warren Zapol, a pioneer in the medical uses of nitric oxide and director of Mass General's Anesthesia Center for Clinical Research. "You turn it off," he said, and the babies go from blue to pink before your eyes.

In adults with pulmonary hypertension, inhaled nitric oxide dilates the blood vessels of the lungs without affecting blood vessels elsewhere, making it a safe way to relieve high blood pressure. The gas is also administered after heart surgery to prevent the lungs from stiffening.

"It’s a pretty remarkable drug," Berra said, because its effect, when inhaled, is limited to the lungs. "It has a risk profile that is minimal."

In 2004, researchers at the University of Leuven in Belgium discovered yet another property of nitric oxide: It killed coronaviruses.

More specifically, it killed the coronavirus that leapt from bats to humans and sparked the 2003 epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome, the disease better known as SARS.

In African green monkey cells that had been infected with the SARS coronavirus, an organic nitric oxide compound cut the virus's ability to replicate in half. A year later, Swedish scientists confirmed the finding and found that the higher the dose, the better the gas worked to shut the SARS virus down.

"The story ended there," Berra said. The SARS epidemic was quashed in eight months, and "nobody tested anymore."

But Berra didn't forget that if a new coronavirus ever started targeting people's lungs, he had a gas on hand that might treat the resulting disease on two fronts — by strengthening the lungs under attack and blocking the virus' ability to sustain its assault.

This winter, as he watched the new coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2 spread across the globe, Berra dusted off those studies, talked to the companies that supplied nitric oxide in tanks, and readied his plan.

A total of 240 subjects are expected to enroll in the trial of patients with mild to moderate cases of COVID-19. The follow-on study of healthcare workers aims to include 470 people.

When used at high levels, as is planned in the trials proposed by Berra, the gas will require close monitoring of hemoglobin levels to avert the development of methemoglobinemia, a condition in which red blood cells fail to bond to oxygen. In such cases, Berra said, the dose can be lowered and hemoglobin will quickly revert to normal.

In China, meanwhile, scientists battling the COVID-19 pandemic have focused on a much earlier finding to emerge from Ignarro's research.

In 1988, researchers foundthat nitric oxide seemed to play a role in readying the mammalian male for sex. By relaxing the soft tissue of the penis, it allowed blood to flow in and engorge the organ.

Viagra came to the U.S. market eight years later.

Now Viagra is being explored as a treatment for COVID-19. A pilot study in China is testing the drug in COVID-19 patients with breathing troubles who do not yet need mechanical breathing assistance.

Like nitric oxide, Viagra, known generically as sildenafil, dilates blood vessels. The Chinese scientists investigating it believe it may help open the tiny vessels that draw oxygen from the lungs, allowing patients to overcome the respiratory distress that occurs in some cases of COVID-19.

Nitric oxide's growing list of medical uses continues to delight the pharmacologist who was among the first to explore the gas. Whenever a scientific journal suggests a new beneficial effect, "I'm ecstatic," Berra said. "I go in to my living room — which we call The Nobel Room — and I take out my prize and just appreciate it."

Then, he added, "I go back to work," reading and writing manuscripts and updating his textbook, "Nitric Oxide: Biology and Pathobiology,"on the gas's medical functions.


You can do simple exercises.

  

The Nitric Oxide ‘Dump’ — A Very Efficient Workout Strategy

What these short workouts do is increase the opportunity for muscle to build, Bush says, adding, “The cool thing is that you rebuild that nitric oxide every couple of hours.” If it’s released three times a day, you have the added benefit of your muscles deciding when it’s time to grow, feed and breathe. A typical four-minute workout entails three sets of 10 repetitions or “reps,” but you can eventually work toward increasing it to 20.

Hand weights aren’t necessary or even recommended at first, although you can also work toward using them later if you’d like. By focusing on form and speed, you run out of oxygen at your large muscle groups at the joints. It’s a new level of fitness, but form is important and only once you’ve mastered form should your pace increase over time.

Here’s the drill for each of these movements. Again, start with three sets of 10 repetitions. As you feel comfortable, move to 15, then to 20 repetitions with each exercise. At the end, you’ll have completed 240 movements. Here’s an important stipulation, however: As you’re exercising, don’t breathe through your mouth. Keep your mouth closed and breathe only through your nose.

Squats: Legs — Glutes, Hamstrings, Quads, Calves — and Abs

“A good squat is your butt going back and looking like it’s going to sit in a chair. It’s not just a simple knee bend,” Bush explains. Further, your arms have to be held forward in front of you to maintain balance, especially as your weight shifts backward; first you “sit down,” then you straighten back up again. 

To help you do that, your feet should also be placed as far apart as your shoulders, and if it bothers your knees or back, you just make the movements more shallow. You’ll get the same activation in your quadriceps. The goal is to keep that muscle engaged, but your speed is actually more important than the depth of your squat.

  • Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart, feet      parallel, toes pointing forward and the weight of your body distributed      evenly between your heels and the ball of your foot.
  • Perform 10 squats in rapid sequence, keeping your      quadriceps engaged.

If you have knee problems that make squats problematic, get into the seated position by placing your back flat against a wall for 30 to 60 seconds or until your thighs begin to ache. Bush’s video, above, shows you how to do it.

Tin Soldier: Shoulders — Deltoids and Triceps 

To start, swing your arms at a simple 90-degree angle, which helps work a number of muscles in your deltoids, which are the rounded, triangular-shaped muscles on the uppermost part of your arm and the top of your shoulder (hence, the name “deltoids” after the Greek letter delta, which is shaped like an equilateral triangle2 ).

In fact, the arm swings from your waist, alternately right and left, go in front of you to shoulder height and encompass other muscles in your shoulders and back. Your hands should make loose fists and be pointed downward. In addition, it’s important to keep your form tight and maintain muscle control rather than just flapping your arms up and down, Bush says.

· Alternately, achieve 90-degree elevation in each arm.

  • Begin standing straight with your arms at your sides.      Lift your right arm in front of you to a 90-degree elevation, then swiftly      drop it back down to your side while raising your left arm, also to a      90-degree elevation.
  • Alternate left and right, repeating 10 times each side.

Snow Angel: Back — Lats, Traps, Deltoids, Rotator Cuffs

This part of the workout is basically a jumping jack without the jump to work your latissimus dorsi muscles (lats), whose name means “broadest muscle of the back,”3 and trapezius muscles (traps), the large muscle that extends from the back of your head down your neck and into your upper back. Again, make sure you don’t get sloppy, but “click” your fists together both at the bottom and again at the top to get the full range of motion and the full benefit of the workout in your shoulders.

A modification if you have shoulder problems is to simply move in the opposite direction: Start at the center, hands clasped in a prayer position in front of your face, reach up in the center over your head and bring your arms downward on each side. “It’s almost like you’re doing the breast stroke. It’s amazing; even if you have frozen shoulder how that can break things loose and loosen it up,” Bush explains.

  • Begin standing straight with your arms down, fists      touching in front of your pelvis.
  • Use a broad rotation, circle your arms upward on each      side to touch your fists over your head.
  • Circle back down to hit fists at the bottom and repeat      10 times.

If you have shoulder problems with your rotator cuffs, try this variation instead:

  • Start with hands at a prayer position in front of your      chest.
  • Keep hands pressed together lightly as you extend them      above your head.
  • Circle your arms out to the sides to release before      bringing them back to the prayer position. Repeat 10 times.

Military Press: Shoulders and Arms — Traps, Neck, Deltoids, Triceps

You could call this next exercise the “invisible pullup.”

  • Bring fists above your shoulder to either side of your      head, elbows bent.
  • Extend arms straight above your head.
  • Return to position with fists just over your shoulders      and repeat 10 times.

Then, without breaking your tempo, return to start the second exercise set in the same sequence: Squats, tin soldiers, snow angels and military presses, until you complete three sets. Bush notes that at the end of the four-minute exercise, it’s important to mentally regroupto allow your body to catch up to the enormous increase in blood flow. What you’re feeling is the liberation of nitric oxide.

“Resting with your hands at your sides, close your eyes and experience the sensation in your extremities. You may feel tingling or sense increased blood flow as all your blood vessels dilate, delivering oxygen and fuel for optimal health.

Relax, shake it out and feel your fingertips. You’ll feel a little tingling and a little puffy over the next 20 seconds. That’s the nitric oxide effect. You’re dilating all those blood vessels, oxygenating everything from your brain to your kidneys and everything else in your body, and you’re building muscle for the next couple of hours.4

If you repeat that three times a day, you’ll find a change in your metabolism and muscle capacity so you can strengthen and maintain that lean muscle, Bush adds. It essentially changes the number of calories you burn even while you’re sitting still. It’s an exciting shift in our concept of exercise.

As mentioned, the Nitric Oxide Dump, when done correctly, entails starting at 10 reps and working up to 20, paying attention to your form, and completing the sequence two or three times a day, every day. You can do it no matter where you go — I even do it at the airport as I’m waiting for my luggage. You may look a little odd, but remember, it’s an extremely effective workout and totally free, and best of all, it will help you take control of your health.


Light Therapy Services can help you boost your immune system


You can remove all Parasites, Bacteria and Viruses from your body to improve your body’s immune system fighting power. We can also boost your Nitric Oxide to increase oxygen in your body.

  

Everything has a vibrating frequency, which is called resonant frequency. This can be explained using an analogy of an opera singer who uses their voice to shatter a crystal glass. The glass is vibrating at a certain frequency, and when the opera singer sings increasing that particular frequency the glass shatters.

  

In the same way, each microorganism has a unique and specific frequency (or vibration rate). When you add more of this same frequency to the microorganism, it can’t tolerate it, and it bursts or dies. Frequency machines generate resonance waves which destroy harmful bacteria without doing any harm to the users.


The remote feature transmits healing frequencies using quantum physic entanglement. It can kill the harmful parasites, bacteria and virus for you at any distance using your DNA. Because there is no time in space treatments are instantaneous. It sounds like something out of Star Trek, but its real science, and it works astonishingly well.


We have a frequency machine which can apply frequencies directly without a carrier. It’s the only machine we know of that can transmit frequencies of up to 3.5 MHz without needing any wasteful and potentially harmful fixed carrier frequency. 


Most parasites, viruses, candida,  molds, etc. can be killed right away if the right frequencies are applied.  There are over 50,000 presets and programs for various parasites, bacteria and viruses are in the database.


We offer many other ways of applying frequencies, but currently we can’t risk being in contact with our clients.  For a $20 donation we will analyze your DNA remotely and email you your results.  


Just send your DNA, a lock of hair or finger nail clippings in a 6" envelope with your Name, Address, hone number and Email address printed on the outside of the 6" envelope with  a $20 chec, allin a 10" evelope mailed to our office or if you live near by drop it in our mail box addressed  to Light Therapy Services, SUITE 2, 5 Longkill Road, Ballston Lake, NY 12019 and we will email you back the list of parasites and diseases in your body. You will be given the opportunity to eliminate whatever you want. 

New Research on Virus Mortality

  

One of the most powerful sources of knowledge is observation, and by observing the data provided by the hundreds of autopsies of people killed by coronavirus, scientists have found two evident common patterns.

1. The virus is much more lethal in people with low lymphocytes. That is the key to mortality.
If you have a normal amount of lymphocytes, then, if infected, you are going to have something like a flu. But if your lymphocyte count is below normal (lymphocytepenya), then the chances of complications and death will increase exponentially.

That is the reason this disease hits especially to elder people with previous pathologies, the ones with the less prepared immune system to fight. If you are a teenager with a higher than average (5) parasites or viruses in your body and have diabetes of some other disease you are at the same risk as an older person.

There are several programs to raise your lymphocyte count in our databases.
I encourage to use the programs “Interleukin (PROV)” and “Immune System Stimulation 3 (PROV)” in case you have a low lymphocyte count.

Please be aware that this doesn’t fit everybody, as some people would have problems increasing their lymphocyte count, as people suffering from autoimmune diseases, so do your homework to see if this is the best for you.

In case you decide to use this strategy, mix the programs for lymphocyte raise with the programs for killing the virus. General programs for immune system improvement could also be used, as well as programs for preparing the lymph system to fight, like “Lymph Drain Circulation (XTRA)” “Lymph Support (CAFL)” and “Lymph Function Stimulate Normal (XTRA)”.

2. When associated to the bacteria prevotella (intermedia), the infection is much more lethal. We have the programs “prevotella intermedia (DNA)” and “prevotella intermedia (BP)” to help with that pathogen, so it would be a good idea to add these to the mix. These programs can be added to boost a persons immune system. 

They take about two hours to run.

Light Beings

Keep in mind we are all light beings.  We digest light energy by eating plants and animals that also eat other animals that eat grasses.  The food chain is based on the transference of light energy, Photons. The photon cells are eventually used to feed our bodies, repair our cells in the body and fight diseases. 

  

Photomodulation (Light Therapy) works on the same principles as that of photosynthesis. Light of a specific wave length falls onto the affected area, and talks to the effected cells to expedite all their cellular functions. The power house of the cell, mitochondria, absorbs this light, and starts producing more and more ATP under the influence of this light, and talks its neighboring cells into doing so, as well. There is a cascade of events that take place, including increase in blood flow and oxygenation and a feeling of instant relief of pain or pressure in the effected or inflamed area. Since happy hormones or endorphins are also released during this whole process, a person feels a gush of sense of well being that can last for days. The best part is there are no side effects or thermal effects, there is no heat generated and it is non-invasive.

  

Very specific sequences of light pulses activate certain sub-cellular systems. This increases the production of collagen and elastin. Collagen is a protein found in connective tissue. Elastin is also a protein in connective tissue, with the difference that elastin helps body tissues stretch and then return to their original shape. These proteins are part of every healthy body, and increased production of them improves the body’s health and looks.

Photomodulation also turns off the production of the enzyme group known as collagenase. Collagenase destroys collagen and breaks down the dermal tissue. Less collagenase correlates with smoother skin.

  

Light therapy boosts cellular reproduction and new cells can be created any place in the body, even the brain. These cells aid in the healing of the body and its various wounds. The healing areas can contain bruises, torn muscles, pulled ligaments, acute and chronic pain. Healing begins when light therapy stimulates increased  circulation of the blood. If you are a diabetic with foot and leg pain or suffer from arthritic pain, you can benefit from our service. There are many other solutions that light resolves. Research is being done now to see how effective light therapy is for dementia. Maybe the FDA will include that, too, within 10 years. Try our service for whatever affliction you have and judge it for yourself.

  

Many treatments are available for Lyme, Cancer, and Skin Ulcers, Neuropathy caused by Chemo or just pain. One client, 10 years after surviving cancer, finally got her neuropathy from chemo resolved with 2 weeks of treatment. Can you imagine suffering for 10 years with this affliction?

New article on Dementia and Alzheimer’s, posted this October 2019.


Following up on promising results from pilot  work, researchers at the VA Boston Healthcare System are testing the  effects of light therapy on brain function in veterans with Gulf War  Illness.


Veterans in the study wear a helmet lined with light-emitting diodes  that apply red and near-infrared light to the scalp. They also have  diodes placed in their nostrils, to deliver photons to the deeper parts  of the brain.

The light is painless and generates no heat. A treatment takes about 30 minutes.

The therapy, though still considered "investigational" and not  covered by most health insurance plans, is already used by some  alternative medicine practitioners to treat wounds and pain. The light  from the diodes has been shown to boost the output of nitric oxide near  where the LEDs are placed, which improves blood flow in that location.

"We are applying a technology that's been around for a while," says  lead investigator Dr. Margaret Naeser, "but it's always been used on the  body, for wound healing and to treat muscle aches and pains, and joint  problems. We're starting to use it on the brain."

Naeser is a research linguist and speech pathologist for the Boston  VA, and a research professor of neurology at Boston University School of  Medicine (BUSM). She is also a licensed acupuncturist and has conducted  past research on laser acupuncture to treat paralysis in stroke, and  pain in carpal tunnel syndrome.

The LED therapy increases blood flow in the brain, as shown on MRI  scans. It also appears to have an effect on damaged brain cells,  specifically on their mitochondria. These are bean-shaped subunits  within the cell that put out energy in the form of a chemical known as  ATP. The red and near-infrared light photons penetrate through the skull  and into brain cells and spur the mitochondria to produce more ATP.  That can mean clearer, sharper thinking, says Naeser.

Naeser says brain damage caused by explosions, or exposure to  pesticides or other neurotoxins--such as in the Gulf War--could impair  the mitochondria in cells. She believes light therapy can be a valuable  adjunct to standard cognitive rehabilitation, which typically involves  "exercising" the brain in various ways to take advantage of brain  plasticity and forge new neural networks.

"The light-emitting diodes add something beyond what's currently  available with cognitive rehabilitation therapy," says Naeser. "That's a  very important therapy, but patients can go only so far with it. And in  fact, most of the traumatic brain injury and PTSD cases that we've  helped so far with LEDs on the head have been through cognitive  rehabilitation therapy. These people still showed additional progress  after the LED treatments. It's likely a combination of both methods  would produce the best results."

The LED approach has its skeptics, but Naeser's group has already  published some encouraging results in the peer-reviewed scientific  literature.

Last June in the Journal of Neurotrauma, they reported the  outcomes of LED therapy in 11 patients with chronic TBI, ranging in age  from 26 to 62. Most of the injuries occurred in car accidents or on the  athletic field. One was a battlefield injury, from an improvised  explosive device (IED).

Neuropsychological testing before the therapy and at several points  thereafter showed gains in areas such as executive function, verbal  learning, and memory. The study volunteers also reported better sleep  and fewer PTSD symptoms.

The study authors concluded that the pilot results warranted a  randomized, placebo-controlled trial--the gold standard in medical  research.

That's happening now, thanks to VA support. One trial, already  underway, aims to enroll 160 Gulf War veterans. Half the veterans will  get the real LED therapy for 15 sessions, while the others will get a  mock version, using sham lights.

Then the groups will switch, so all the volunteers will end up  getting the real therapy, although they won't know at which point they  received it. After each veteran's last real or sham treatment, he or she  will undergo tests of brain function.

Naeser points out that "because this is a blinded, controlled study,  neither the participant nor the assistant applying the LED helmet and  the intranasal diodes is aware whether the LEDs are real or sham. So  they both wear goggles that block out the red LED light." The  near-infrared light is invisible to begin with.

Besides the Gulf War study, other trials of the LED therapy are getting underway:


  • Later  this year, a trial will launch for veterans age 18 to 55 who have both  traumatic brain injury (TBI) and posttraumatic stress disorder--a common  combination in recent war veterans. The VA-funded study will be led by  Naeser's colleague Dr. Jeffrey Knight, a psychologist with VA's National  Center for PTSD and an assistant professor of psychiatry at BUSM.
  • Dr.  Yelena Bogdanova, a clinical psychologist with VA and assistant  professor of psychiatry at BUSM, will lead a VA-funded trial looking at  the impact of LED therapy on sleep and cognition in veterans with blast  TBI.
  • Naeser is collaborating on an Army study testing LED  therapy, delivered via the helmets and the nose diodes, for active-duty  soldiers with blast TBI. The study, funded by the Army's Advanced  Medical Technology Initiative, will also test the feasibility and  effectiveness of using only the nasal LED devices--and not the  helmets--as an at-home, self-administered treatment. The study leader is  Dr. Carole Palumbo, an investigator with VA and the Army Research  Institute of Environmental Medicine, and an associate professor of  neurology at BUSM.

Naeser hopes the work will validate LED  therapy as a viable treatment for veterans and others with brain  difficulties. She foresees potential not only for war injuries but for  conditions such as depression, stroke, dementia, and even autism.

"There are going to be many applications, I think. We're just in the beginning stages right now."


Story Source:

Materials provided by Veterans Affairs Research Communications. Note: Content may be edited for style and length.

Journal Reference:


  1. Margaret A. Naeser, Ross Zafonte, Maxine H. Krengel, Paula I.  Martin, Judith Frazier, Michael R. Hamblin, Jeffrey A. Knight, William  P. Meehan, Errol H. Baker. Significant Improvements in Cognitive  Performance Post-Transcranial, Red/Near-Infrared Light-Emitting Diode  Treatments in Chronic, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Open-Protocol Study. Journal of Neurotrauma, 2014; 31 (11): 1008 DOI: 10.1089/neu.2013.3244 

 


 

The Effects of Light Therapy on Brain Function

  

Did You Know…that light therapy may boost brain function for many brain conditions, including dementia?

Today, brain-related diseases are among the most feared, whether they stem from dementia, stroke, or autism. That’s why new research from a team at the VA Boston Healthcare System is so exciting.  The team is testing the effects of light therapy on brain function in veterans with Gulf War Illness.

So far, their results are extremely promising.  The lead researcher believes this technology may have the potential to treat many types of brain-related conditions, including Alzheimer’s… and it may even become available for home use.

A Light-Emitting Helmet 

For the Boston study, veterans wore helmets lined with light-emitting diodes.  Those diodes applied red and near-infrared light to the scalp.  In order to deliver light to deeper areas of the brain, subjects also had diodes placed in their nostrils.  The treatments last about 30 minutes and involve no heat or pain.

“We are applying a technology that’s been around for a while,” says lead investigator Dr. Margaret Naeser, “but it’s always been used on the body, for wound healing and to treat muscle aches and pains, and joint problems.  We’re starting to use it on the brain.”

The light diodes are proven to increase nitric oxide, which improves blood flow to the area of the body being treated.  Now, MRI scans show that the LED therapy increases blood flow in the brain, as well.  The LED light works by penetrating through the skull and into brain cells.  There, it prompts the cells’ mitochondria to produce more of a chemical known as ATP.

“That can mean clearer, sharper thinking,” says Naeser.

Promising Early Results 

Naeser and her team have already published promising early results in peer-reviewed journals.  For example, last June in the Journal of Neurotrauma, they reported on a study of LED therapy in 11 patients with chronic traumatic brain injury.

Neuro-psychological testing was conducted before the therapy and at several points afterward.  Subjects showed gains in…

Executive function, Verbal learning and Memory.

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