A young man invents an neurological device that benefits patients and healthy people

The creative and intellectual energy to search for solutions to some medical conditions, especially neurological and psychological, has motivated the young man Nawras al-Jouja, who won the award of recognition and honor at Al-Basil exhibition for creativity and invention last September, to invent a neurological device .

Nawras, who is a secondary school student, told SANA that this invention was motivated from a human aspect in a large part in addition to his passion for basic sciences.

He pointed out that the idea of his project started from the waves of the brain, indicating that his invention of the electro-nervous device is a starting point to a wider world in the field of finding solutions for patients and healthy alike through the use of electrical energy.

The device contributes to moving the paralyzed limbs and stimulates connecting them to the diseased nerves, Nawras said, adding that it can be placed on the surface of the tongue, which helps to create a sense of relaxation and comfort and relieves tension for patients and healthy alike and can also be used in patients with autism, which stimulates the increase of neurotransmitters.

Nawras aims to develop his invention and create new devices that would put an end to the suffering of individuals from some neurological, psychological and organic diseases.

Inas Abdulkareem