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Conscious and Unconscious Sensory Inflows Allow Effective Control of the Functions of the Human Brain and Heart at the Initial Ageing Stage

By Anatolij T. Bykov, Tatyana N. Malyarenko, Yurij E. Malyarenko and Vladimir P. Terentjev


The authors of the present article based their assumption on the concept that the sensory systems are the “windows to the brain ” through which various functions of the human organism can be controlled. Comprehension of the fundamental mechanisms of the optimization of the sensory systems, brain, and cardiac functions has increased based on the prolonged sensory flows using conscious and unconscious aromatherapy and multimodal sensory activation. Sensory flow evoked stable systemic responses, including adaptive alteration of psycho-emotional state, attention, memory, sensorimotor reactions, intersensory interaction, visual information processing, statokinetic stability, and autonomic heart rhythm control. The efficacy and expediency of the use of sensory flow for nonmedicinal correction of vital functions of the human organism at the initial stages of ageing was revealed

Topics: correction of functions, sensory flows, integrative brain activity
Year: 2009
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