Brain research to help with solving alcohol addiction

A new non-invasive technique directly measuring activity in the frontal brain regions has been developed to investigate the difficulties linked to giving up alcohol. The regions of the brain being measured are significant in decision-making and preventing self-harming behaviours. The measurement will be combined with brain stimulation and used to develop more effective therapies for alcohol dependence.

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