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THE LONG-RANGE EFFECTS OF THE RECONNECTIVE HEALING THE LONG-RANGE EFFECTS OF THE RECONNECTIVE HEALING
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Objectives: The purpose of this study is to explore the long-range effects of the Reconnective Healing upon vegetative regulation of the heart rhythm, energy reserve parameters and immune status in experimental groups compared with control cohorts. Methods: The Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Electrophotonic Imaging (Gas Discharge Visualization EPI/GDV) camera and blood analysis were used to assess subjects' state before and 10 days after Reconnective Healing. The double-blind test was carried out with 60 apparently healthy volunteers of the different gender and age. At the first stage of experiment 10 athletes were measured before and after intensive physical loading in initial condition and 10 days after two-hour session of Reconnective healing. At the second stage immune status from blood and physiological parameters were tested for 20 people in initial conditions and 10 days after two-hour session of Reconnective healing. Equal amount of people was in control groups having no interventions. Results: Most of the recipients of these treatments experienced increase in fingertip florescence area and average intensity, improvement of heart parameters and improved immune status measured from blood. With all of these parameters simultaneously improving, the patients received a good benefit from these sessions. Conclusions: We may conclude that session of the Reconnection Healing had statistically significant positive influence on the functional state, humoral activity, physical condition and reaction to loading for the group of people in 10 days after the influence.
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