Changes in brainstem and cortical auditory potentials during Qi-Gong meditation.

@article{Liu1990ChangesIB,
  title={Changes in brainstem and cortical auditory potentials during Qi-Gong meditation.},
  author={Guogsong Liu and Rong Qing Cui and Guang Zhao Li and Chi-ming Huang},
  journal={The American journal of Chinese medicine},
  year={1990},
  volume={18 3-4},
  pages={95-103}
}
"Qi Gong" (QG) is a meditation exercise known for thousands of years in China and has always been widely practiced. It has been claimed to have a variety of healing and other health benefits. To provide an understanding of the effect of QG on brain structures along the whole neural axis from the periphery to the cerebral cortex, we have monitored short-latency auditory brainstem evoked response, middle-latency response, and long-latency cortical auditory evoked potentials, before, during, and… CONTINUE READING

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