Non-Medicinal Helio-Magnetoprotective Remedies Against the Influence of Solar and Geomagnetic Disturbances on Human Physiological Parameters
Clinical Medicine Research
Volume 2, Issue 4, July 2013, Pages: 63-67
Received: May 22, 2013; Published: Jun. 30, 2013
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Alexander Trofimov, International Scientific-Research Institute of Cosmic Anthropoecology, Prospect Academician Lavrentiev, Novosibirsk, Russia
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The biotropic influence of ionospheric electrical currents (electrojets) and electromagnetic disturbances in the zone of the auroral oval on the electrical and cardiovascular homeostasis of healthy people was the topic of research. This was an investigation of non-medicinal helio-magnetoprotective remedies. “Helio-magnetoprotective” drinking water, certified and patented in Russia, has been developed for and tested in the circumpolar region (town Dixon) on inhabitants-volunteers with high level of helio-magnetosensitivity. This water after exposure to the repeatedly weakened magnetic field of the Earth ( device TRODR) substantially changes its structure, forming, on data of high effective chromatography, resistant nanocluster formations with marked biocatalytic properties which are enhanced with the use of the special informational holograms. Drinking water is treated using translucent holograms in this device is innovation technology. Helio-magnetoprotective water, according to our data, appears to be able to vary the degree of functional dependence of cardiovascular and other systems of both healthy and sick people on extreme impacts of heliogeophysical factors. Protective effect was assessed by changing in the vector of significant correlations: direct dependencies after drinking water became significantly reversed. Electrocardiographic parameters (R, PQ, QT), electrical conductivity in the cutaneous projections of acupuncture points, heart rate, and the blood pressure of the test subjects were registered three times: in the background conditions, 10 minutes after taking control water, and 10 minutes after receiving the same amount of helio-magnetoprotective water. The intensity of the polar electrojets and cosmic noise was determined by the methods of vertical sounding of the ionosphere and the riometer. The state of the polar magnetosphere was estimated according to the value of the Ak-index. It has been shown that the electrical and hemodynamic parameters of healthy people in the Far North are significantly altered during the periods of increased magnetic-ionospheric activity. Based on additional magnetic testing, the helio-magnetosensitivity of an organism increases during periods of increased level of cosmic noises as registered by riometers. Use of helio-magnetoprotective drinking water reduces the biotropic impacts of cosmophysical factors on human functional systems. The use of helio-magnetoprotective drinking water for prophylactic measures is effective against hello-dependent diseases, crisis states, and their life-threatening hemodynamic consequences for people living near the world’s Polar Regions and an other places.
Keywords
Polar Electrojets,Magnetic Disturbances,Helio-Magnetosensitivity, Helio-Magnetoprotective Drinking Water
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Alexander Trofimov, Non-Medicinal Helio-Magnetoprotective Remedies Against the Influence of Solar and Geomagnetic Disturbances on Human Physiological Parameters, Clinical Medicine Research. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2013, pp. 63-67. doi: 10.11648/j.cmr.20130204.15
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