How to Stop the Brain From Losing Your Mind – An interview with Dr. Steven Greer and his team of brain scientists who have developed the first method for preventing the loss of brain function in patients with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) or other brain disorders.
In this episode, we learn how the brain’s brainstem, or the area of the brain responsible for processing and directing emotions and emotions-related thoughts-and-actions, is damaged in the case of chronic traumatic disorder (CTD), which is often associated with the loss or impairment of one or more areas of the body.
The brainstem is located at the front of the skull, where the spinal cord connects to the spinal column.
As a result, if you have a spinal cord injury, it may affect your ability to feel pain, or even, to hear or speak.
To help combat this, the Brain Injury Institute, led by Dr. Dr. David Gorski, has developed a unique brainstem-training program called Brainstorm, which involves three or four sessions a week for patients with CTE.
Gorski and Dr. John S. Brown of the University of Chicago, one of the world’s leading experts in the study of CTE, are also featured in the episode.
Learn how to keep your brain functioning and recover from the damage caused by CTE and other neurological disorders.
You can also find out how the Institute has used the Brainstorm program to help people with CRI and other neurodegenerative diseases.
What is CTE?
CTE is a degenerative brain disorder in which the brain begins to degenerate.
It can lead to memory loss, confusion, loss of language, and even death.
CTE affects around 20 percent of the population and affects young people as well.
It affects people of all ages and can occur when there is a brain injury or stroke that disrupts the flow of nerve impulses in the brain.
CPE has a prevalence of 1 in 10,000 people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
Symptoms of CRI include: Impairment of communication, memory, or thinking ability