Elena A. Sheiko

To overcome numerous contradictions in the knowledge of the blood transportation, a hypothesis was supposed asserting the swirling pattern of…

The results of study of an artificial aortic valve by the heart cycle phase analysis are given in the paper.…

It is shown that initiated by action of molecular viscosity impulse flow, directed usually from the moving fluid to limiting…

The aim of this article is a comprehensive review of the publications during the last decade in order to evaluate…

Elena A. Sheiko

The paper reveals logical relationships between events, facts and results of research studies and exemplary materials of practical applications of the adaptational reactions. It is demonstrated that the stress reaction by H. Selye and the anti-stressor type adaptational reactions by L. Kh. Garkavi, E.B. Kvakina and M.A. Ukolova have become the cornerstone in development of scientifically grounded approaches to control of the organism states.

It is shown that the mechanism of action of magnetic fields at body level is based on the development of unspecific adaptational reactions of the body - stress and anti-stressor reactions; elevated activation, calm activation and training.

The paper presents a brief review on how some concepts on the organism general adaptational reactions developed, including their role in increasing the unspecific resistance in the organism. Demonstrated is periodicity of the patterns of anti-stressor type reactions (training, calm and elevated activation) and stress in a wide range of stimulation values.

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