Experience in the differentiated application of induction therapy in children with psychosomatic disorders
AUTHORS : Chernetsova L.V. | Soloviev Izhevsk A.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : State Medical Academy, course of natural therapy FPK and PP and the Department of Histology and Embryology
YEAR : 1999 | Category : Paracliniclinical Analysis
Many disorders in the life of the human body are associated with changes in regulatory systems and adaptation mechanisms. To assess the adaptive capabilities of a person, it is important to analyze the vital activity of the organism at the cellular, systemic and organismal levels (Khusainova I.S., Varvuleva I.Yu., Kozhina N.A., 1997). From the standpoint of valeological biophysics, the frequency of processes is important for the vital activity of the organism.