Author(s): Zagulova DV, Podkopaeva TI, Vasilev VN, Medvedev MA
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Abstract Presentation of visual and acoustic stimuli at a rate of 2-30 Hz modulated variability of the heart rhythm in volunteers. Potentation of vagal influences and a decrease in the contribution of ergotropic systems to the regulation of the heart rate were noted after 10 sessions of audiovisual stimulation. These changes were accompanied by a pronounced decrease of individual and reactive anxiety.
This article was published in Bull Exp Biol Med
and referenced in Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology