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ECPB 2020, 90(2): 5–13
https://doi.org/10.25040/ecpb2020.02.005
Research articles

Electrostimulation with the devices «VEB-1» and «VEB-2» causes almost identical changes in the parameters of gas-discharge visualization

N.V. BABELYUK
Abstract

Introduction. In 2015, a generator for electrotherapy and stimulation oh human nerve centers was created, called «VEB-1». Preliminary observation of volunteers revealed a modulating effect of a four-day course of electrical stimulation on the parameters of electroencephalogram, metabolism, as well as gas-discharge visualization (GDV). Recently designed device «VEB-2». This report launches a series of articles on a comparative study of the course effects of the devices «VEB-1» and «VEB-2» on the human body. GDV was chosen as the first method. Material and research methods. The object of observation were 18 volunteers: 11 women aged 33-62 years and 7 men aged 29–62 years (Mean±SD: 51±12) without clinical diagnose but with dysfunction of neuro-endocrine-immune complex and metabolism. In the morning registered kirlianogram by the method of GDV by the device of «GDV Chamber». After the initial testing, an electrical stimulation session was performed with a VEB-1 or a VEB-2 devices/ The next morning after completing the four-day course, retesting was performed. The reference values of the parameters are taken from the database of our laboratory. Results. The effects of electrical stimulation can be divided into the following networks. First, it is almost complete normalization of the initially increased GDI Area in the frontal projection and Ch3 Energy. Second, it is a normalizing decrease in the initially increased Energy of Ch2 and Ch7 (f). Third, it is a normalizing right-hand shift of more or less pronounced left-sided Asymmetry of Ch1(f) and Ch3(f). These effects should be clearly interpreted as physiologically beneficial. The second set is created by quasi-normal (Ch4A, Ch7Ef) and elevated (SCLf) parameters, which increase after electrical stimulation, the physiological assessment of changes of which we will leave without comment. The third set is formed by initially reduced levels of GDI Entropy in the right and left projections, which continue to decrease after electrical stimulation, as well as quasi-symmetric Ch2f, which is transformed into left-asymmetric. If the decrease in Entropy can still be assessed positively, then the price change of the latter parameters will wait. The effects on the set of GDV parameters are almost equally pronounced in people of both sexes when using both devices. Conclusion. The use of an additional electrode for direct impact on individual organs in the device «VEB-2» is excessive, it is enough to affect only the nerve plexuses.

Added: 28.06.2020

Keywords: devices «VEB-1» and «VEB-2», electrostimulation, gas-discharge vssualisation

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