Gladden Longevity

The Electronics of the Brain – an Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Marksberry – Episode 30

Dr. Jeffrey Marksberry joins Mark and Dr. Gladden on this episode to discuss the electrostimulation device Alpha-Stim, which runs a low microcurrent through the brain or body. In the brain, it simulates endorphins and serotonin to treat anxiety, insomnia and depression. In the body, it treats peripheral pain.

The nervous system is 98% electrically induced, and Dr. Marksberry explains how the treatment works for patients. They discuss how this device can help enhance mental function, exploring the possibilities when paired with other treatments for improved human performance. Dr. Gladden describes some of his own experiences with Alpha-Stim as well.

Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred the new thirty, living beyond 120, and Living Young for a Lifetime!

About the guest:

Dr. Jeffrey Marksberry serves as the Chief Science & Clinical Officer for Electromedical Products International Inc. (EPI). Dr. Marksberry has more than ten years of experience in medical education as a special consultant for two international medical schools. He also has expertise in medical licensure regulations for all 50 states and sovereign Native American governments as well as Canada, Australia, New Zealand and The Netherlands. His focus areas included writing curriculum for continuing medical education programs for medical schools and universities. In 2014, Dr. Marksberry was granted the designation of Certified Clinical Research Professional by the Society of Clinical Research Associates. 

In 2015, Dr. Marksberry co-authored a chapter in the book Bioelectromagnetic and Subtle Energy Medicine 2nd Edition. (Kirsch DL and Marksberry JM. The Evolution of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation for Anxiety, Insomnia, Depression and Pain and Its Potential for Other Indications, p 189-209. Bioelectromagnetic and Subtle Energy Medicine 2nd Edition, Rosch, Paul J. (Ed) CRC Press Boca Raton.)


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