A new, non-lethal way to combat social anxiety

An emerging technology that aims to relieve social anxiety has caught the eye of researchers in the field of sociomedical sciences.

The technology, called Neuro-Cognitive Therapy (NCT), uses the brain waves of people with anxiety to help them with social anxiety.

“Neuro-Cognition” is a new treatment that uses the neural activity of people suffering from social anxiety to reduce their fear and improve their ability to work and socialize, said Dr. Yair Yaron, a professor at the University of Haifa who studies anxiety.

The research has received funding from the Israel Science Foundation.

The treatment uses a brain implant called the TMS (Tensor Stimulation System), which uses the electrical signals from the brain to stimulate certain areas of the brain.

It works by blocking activity in the areas of neural connections between neurons in the brain that regulate emotions and behavior.

When the researchers use TMS to stimulate these areas of activity, the person’s body responds in a way that mimics how it would react to an actual stressful event, such as a gunfight, in which they are exposed to a high amount of stressors.

Yaron and his team have been studying the neuro-cognitive therapy since 2013, and they have developed a prototype of the technology that they call Neuro-Coherence.

This new treatment has been developed as part of a project called “The Neuromodulator: A Brain-Based System to Help Treat Anxiety and Depression,” which is part of the Brain and Behavior Research Initiative (BBRI).

The researchers are using a combination of neural stimulation and EEG (electroencephalography) scans to study people with social phobia.

Using TMS, the scientists can use the EEG to record brain waves and then use it to monitor a patient’s neural activity, which they can then analyze.

Using the EEG, the researchers can analyze a person’s neural patterns to predict how their brain will respond to certain events, and then adjust their behavior accordingly.

This method, called Cognitive Therapy, has shown promise in treating social anxiety in people with mental health conditions such as depression.

For example, people with major depression can benefit from Cognitive Therapy by reducing their symptoms and improving their functioning, and this can help them to overcome their symptoms of depression.

The researchers have been using Neuro-cognition in a large number of people, and the results have been impressive.

They have seen significant improvements in their social anxiety, including reductions in anxiety related to gunfights and increased activity in areas of their brain that control emotions, like the amygdala, which is responsible for fear and anxiety.

“Neural stimulation and brain stimulation is a technology that is becoming increasingly popular and there is a lot of interest in applying it to other anxiety disorders,” Yaron said.

Researchers are already seeing neuro-enhancements in other forms of therapy.

One of the main applications of TMS is for people with spinal cord injuries, which can help improve their symptoms, and also help to control their pain and improve function in areas such as the eyes, the ears and the hands.

The Neuro-coherence system uses EEG electrodes placed in the skull to record the electrical activity of the areas in the prefrontal cortex and amygdala that control anxiety.

Researchers have used EEGs to study patients with spinal injury to assess whether neuro-coherent therapy can help relieve pain, reduce anxiety and reduce the need for surgery.

In addition, they have been trying to use the Neuro-Tone system to reduce the effects of social anxiety and anxiety disorders.

The Neurocognitive Therapy treatment has shown promising results in reducing social anxiety but it is also very expensive, and it can take months to be effective.

So, Yaron and colleagues have been working on a new system that can be made more affordable and easy to use.

The Neuro-Coherent treatment has also been shown to have promising results with depression and anxiety, as well as with a number of other anxiety conditions.

NeuroCoherence is already being used by a number other researchers in other fields, including the Mayo Clinic, Yale University, the University at Buffalo, the National Institutes of Health and the Mayo School of Medicine.

The researchers are currently looking for other companies to license this technology to test it in people.

This new treatment is being developed in collaboration with the Mayo Neuroscience Center at the Mayo Medical School, and is being tested with people with a variety of anxiety disorders, from depression to social phobias.