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[The effectiveness of autogenic training in the psycho-corrective treatment of the patients presenting with chronic somatic diseases].
BACKGROUND The autogenic training (AT) is one of the most widely used methods for psychotherapy of patients suffering from chronic somatic diseases (CSD). A number of studies have demonstrated theExpand
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Autogenic training in the treatment and secondary prevention of essential hypertension: five-year follow-up.
Ninety patients with essential hypertension were followed for 5 years. Initially the patients were randomized into two groups: (a) an experimental group consisting of 44 patients who receivedExpand
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Efficacy of relaxation techniques in hypertensive patients.
We examined 117 outpatients (20- to 45-year-old men) with mild essential hypertension before treatment, after the main treatment course (6 weeks), and at 12-month follow-up. The patients wereExpand
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[The efficacy of combined psychogenic correction of the compromised reserve capacities in the patients presenting with chronic somatic diseases].
The present study included 105 patients presenting with various chronic somatic diseases. Their psychological status was estimated with the use of the abridged variant of the multifactorExpand
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[Use of various non-pharmacological methods in the treatment of patients in the early stages of arterial hypertension].
Patients with labile hypertension received various kinds of nonmedicinal therapy: psychological intervention (40 patients), acupuncture (25 patients), physical training (11 patients). ChemotherapyExpand
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Psychophysiological interrelations and reactivity characteristics in hypertensives.
Two hundred three patients with essential hypertension (20- to 55-year-old men) were examined initially and at the end of a 1-year follow-up. Clinical, psychological, and psychophysiological methodsExpand
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Experimental Observation of Nonlinear Optical Activity
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[The effectiveness of psychorelaxation therapy in patients with hypertension].
A study of 117 patients with labile essential hypertension before as well as 6 weeks and 12 months after psychorelaxation treatment (PRT), making use of autogenous training, biological feedback orExpand
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[Mechanisms of the hypotensive effect of psychorelaxation therapy in hypertension].
An evaluation of the effect of mental relaxation treatment on endogenous opioid activity and vascular reactivity in 20 patients with labile essential hypertension has demonstrated that mentalExpand
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Psychological correlates of some cardiac pain syndromes of IHD.
  • V. P. Zaitsev
  • Medicine
  • Acta medica Scandinavica. Supplementum
  • 24 April 2009
In four series of observations, 563 males with verified diagnoses of ischaemic heart disease (IHD) were examined. Assessment of the patients' psychological status was carried out using the MinnesotaExpand
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