ELEC­TRIC IM­PLANT EASES ANX­I­ETY!

National Enquirer - - HEAKTH WATCH -

A TINY box im­planted in the chest could re­lieve anx­i­ety! The match­box­sized de­vice gen­er­ates a mild elec­tric cur­rent that jump-starts the va­gus nerve, which runs from the chest to the head and stim­u­lates “feel good” chem­i­cals in the brain. The treat­ment has be­come in­creas­ingly pop­u­lar for other con­di­tions, in­clud­ing epilepsy, de­pres­sion, Crohn’s dis­ease and tin­ni­tus.

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