Assessment of nonspecific adaptive reactions in bioresonance technologies
AUTHORS : Kudaev A.E. | Khodareva N.K. | Barsukova L.P.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Medical Center for Innovative Technologies “Artemis” GBU RO “Medical rehabilitation center No. 1 “, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
YEAR : 2021 | Category : Educational
BRT technologies address the body as a complex multi-level, self-regulating system. During BRT, the functional state of the body changes, any of the general nonspecific adaptive reactions (ONAR) develops  at certain levels of reactivity : Stress(Str), training (Tr), calm activation (CA) and increased activation (PA) – four qualitativelydifferent categories of adaptive responses.
General reactions are reactions of the whole organism, including all its subsystems and levels. Testing the general nonspecific adaptive reactions of the organism  gives an idea of how at a given time interval at the level of the whole organism the system copes with the situation, how it adapts to the load, to influences, both physical and psychological. The patterns of development of adaptive reactions at the level of the whole organism as a complex open non-equilibrium system are inherent in all systems.