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This paper presents the results of studying stress effects on the heart, systemic circulation and cerebral circulation by various methods (ECG, Doppler technique, isotopes, etc). Patterns of circulation changes in response to mental stresses have been identified and variations in circulation regulation as a function of stress enhancement have been revealed.(More)
Stress due to intensive mental work under normal conditions was compared to stress under a sharp limitation of motor activity (hypokinesia), simulating weightlessness on the human body. Mental stress causes typical alterations of cerebral circulation under normal conditions: increase of blood flow in the supramarginal and angular gyri of the parietal lobe,(More)