The use of bioresonance therapy in patients with opium addiction
AUTHORS : Tsukarzi E.E. | Bravo O.S. | Moschevitin S.Yu. | Fonin A.E.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : clinic “Medinar”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 1997 | Category : Type of application
It is well known that the achievement of long-term remissions in patients with opium addiction still remains a difficult and practically unsolved problem . The most therapeutically difficult is the so-called “phase of remission formation” corresponding in terms of time parameters, on average, 3-8 weeks after stopping drug use . During this period, patients are most clearly represented by mood disorders, sleep disorders, asthenic manifestations, the severity of which directly leads to an increase in the pathological craving for opiates .