Assessment of adaptive reactions and body reserves in acute myocardial infarction by the method of vegetative resonance test
AUTHORS : Zasimov A.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Road hospital named after N.A. Semashko, cardiac intensive care unit, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 1999 | Category : Clinical Analysis
Even G. Selye discovered that under the action of various strong factors on the body, the latter responds with a stereotypical nonspecific reaction, which was called stress. Subsequently, Russian scientists also discovered reactions of activation (calm and increased) and training (Garkavi L.Kh., Ukolova M.A., Kvakina E.B.). In addition, they found that stress, activation, and exercise responses were repeated at different levels (floors) as the stimulus intensified.