Electromagnetic Fields within the Organism and Their Role in the Regulation of Vital Processes
As we have already seen, a high sensitivity to EmFs of various frequency ranges is exhibited by all species of living creatures and at all levels of functioning of the organism. On the other hand, physiological experiments have shown that the activity of any central or peripheral system of the organism and the effectuation of informational interactions in the organism depend on electromagnetic oscillations in a frequency range extending from infrared to low frequencies. Every year scientists are discovering more and more high-frequency components of such oscillations and new systems of “electromagnetic regulation” at the most diverse levels of organization in the organism — from the molecular level to the organism as a whole.
KeywordsElectromagnetic Field Fast System Peripheral System Electromagnetic Oscillation Slow System
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