Depression is a mental health condition that affects millions of people around the world. Despite being a common problem, conventional treatments such as therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes do not work for everyone. For those who continue to suffer from the debilitating effects of depression, a new solution is now available – the Inner Cosmos brain implant chip.
The Inner Cosmos chip is a tiny device that is implanted into the brain and designed to modulate neural activity in a way that relieves the symptoms of depression. It works by using electrical stimulation to target specific areas of the brain known to be involved in mood regulation. The stimulation helps to balance brain activity and regulate the release of neurotransmitters, leading to a reduction in depression symptoms such as sadness, hopelessness, and lack of motivation.
One of the key advantages of the Inner Cosmos chip, claimed by the company itself, is its non-invasive nature. They claim that, unlike traditional brain surgeries, the implantation process is quick, safe, and minimally invasive. The chip is placed under the skin of the head and connected to electrodes that are positioned directly on the brain. The electrodes emit electrical stimulation to the targeted areas, providing an immediate and sustained improvement in mood.
The company has already got one human on trial and claims that the device has been effective, and the company will now be putting going ahead with their second human trial in the coming months. Unlike traditional treatments that require regular visits to a doctor or therapist, the chip can be remotely monitored and adjusted through a smartphone app – what could possibly go wrong – This means that patients can receive effective treatment without having to take time off from work or other commitments.
Despite its promise, the Inner Cosmos chip is still in the early stages of development and more research is needed to understand its potential benefits and risks fully. However, the initial results claimed by the company seem to be highly encouraging, with their first patient reporting a significant improvement in their symptoms after just a few weeks of using the chip.
Inner Cosmos was founded by American entrepreneur Meron Gribetz, who was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder as a child and has been trying to fix it ever since he was young, as he claims. He also stated that; ‘Our mission is to create a world that restores humanity’s cognitive power by rebalancing the human mind,’ said Gribetz.
One this that I appreciated from Gribetz was the following comments; “Depression, attention and anxiety, which we treat. Just to underscore this point, there are 140 million Americans every year that use attention or depression drugs, that’s more users than have iPhones,” Gribetz said in a 2022 presentation.
In conclusion, the Inner Cosmos brain implant chip offers a new and innovative approach to treating depression. However, this is not something I recommend to any of our readers, listeners, followers…friends. I strongly believe that change in diet, fitness, and circumstances should ALWAYS be the first thing that you should do. DO NOT get a chip implanted into your head.