Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 16, 2013
Boelens is working in conjunction with the Baylor College of Medicine Imaging Center in Houston to study how prayer may have a profound effect on the brain. This effect will be documented through fMRI (no radiation).
According to Boelens, emotional wounding in early life may change gene expression with concomitant behavioral, mental and physical difficulties not only in childhood but extending into adult life decreasing the quality of life and also longevity. These prayers may have the potential to change not only neuronal functioning but the overall quality of life.
A research study is now open for enrollment measuring the effect of these Christian prayers in changing the brain functioning caused by emotional wounding as measured by fMRI. Qualifications for this study:
Individuals who are selected to participate in this study will receive financial compensation. Those interested in receiving more information about the study can contact Peter Boelens directly at 601-299-1461 or boelens3554 at gmail dot com