Dynamics of Pulse-resonance Structure of Bioelectric Rhythms in MBFB Sessions

V. Zakharova, I. Bakhtina, O. Trofimov, A. Zagoruyko, and F. Zhuravel (Russia)


medicine, signal processing, biorhythm reorganization, MBFB


In the work it was demonstrated that in MBFB sessions with monitoring of ECG, EEG, EMG, PPG and skin temperature activities and with frequency and temporary analysis of registered biorhythms of C.N.S., muscular and cardio-vascular systems, changes are observed in the low-frequency band of fluctuation. The most well marked changes are noted within the range of third order waves. When synchronizing the separate phases of current system biorhythm effects of the rhythmical processes the reorganization and function lighten have been observed. Aggregate synchronizing effects form a stable sequence of biorhythm components. Biorhythmic factor collection (frequency, amplitude value, location and acrophase synchronism) allows drawing a conclusion about the system welfare, its optimality, tension or pathology. Rhythmical changing of the third order pulse activity defines a degree of order of different alive system conditions and can be serve as factors of degradation or self-organization process. In addition resonance-field intersystem relation particularities were described by giving an example of psychosomatic conditional rate models and essential hypertension. Dynamic of intersystem interactions, corresponding different phases of C.N.S. activity: conditions of emotional tension, active wakefulness and psychophysiological relaxation, as well as volitional individual acting directed on the normalization of separate or several monitoring electromagnetic parameters (self-regulation).

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