Discovery of the Human Being’s Superstress Adaptation Biological Organ

  • Arkadii G. Mogilevskii


The loosing strategy used by the nature and medicine in the struggle with the stress is observed. The wide synthesis of Pavlov’s, Bekhterev’s, Asratyan’s, Vvedensky’s, Uk-htomsky’s nervist schools ideas at the macro and micro levels (particle - wave) united with the cibernetics, synergetics let us discover the very best strategy of human being’s adaptation.

The new medical paradigm is offered: not to heal the disease, but to teach the person how to adapt to the stress, having discovered his or her antistress self-adaptation organs. Every patient can eliminate disadaptation diseases and to prevent them with the help of these organs according to the sanoreflexogenesis and reflexosynthesis laws. The discovery of the natural antistress biological reactions (reserves) and their new self-arrangement into the new system-organ let us provide human rationally-emotional development and the Mind control over the distress.


Anti System Disease Reaction Mutual Transformation Pain Reaction Autogenic Training 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arkadii G. Mogilevskii
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  1. 1.Anti-Stress CenterOmsk-10Russia

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