The theory of functional systems of the body and the theory of adaptation in the light of energy information medicine
AUTHORS : Birilo I.G.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Data
Controlling the functional state of the body is impossible without taking into account the new knowledge that has recently appeared in energy-informational medicine (quantum), their relationship with the classical ideas about the theory of functional systems, about the adaptation reaction and new opportunities arising in connection with this. Currently, the ratio of classical and new concepts on these issues needs to be studied, since the existing concepts do not take into account:
1) the presence of other nonspecific adaptive reactions (according to Harkavi);
2) the presence of a state of unresponsiveness, i.e. when morphologically present in the presence of changes characteristic of stress, and the “organism-external environment” system does not respond to stimuli, even in increasing doses (both of pharmacological drugs and doses of radioactive radiation). Even the works of Garkavi et al. it was proved that all types of nonspecific reactions proceed more favorably in a state of unresponsiveness;