Effects of polymodal rhythmic sensory influences on the human CNS state and autonomic functions

Abstract

It was shown that polymodal rhythmic sensory influences (light, sound, vibratory-tactile), being a measure of neurocorrection, may be used for correction of the human psychophysiological state. The effectiveness of the method shows up in the positive influence on the mental sphere of a person, causing a decrease in the level of anxiety and improving the subjective well-being, and on the cognitive and autonomic functions. Polymodal rhythmic sensory influences are means of increasing the effectiveness of human intellectual activity, because it increases concentration in proportion to the increase in the parasympathetic activity induced by polymodal sensory stimuli.

DOI: 10.1134/S0362119710020076

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@article{Glazachev2010EffectsOP, title={Effects of polymodal rhythmic sensory influences on the human CNS state and autonomic functions}, author={Oleg S Glazachev and S. Ya. Klassina and O. V. Bobyleva and A. Klassnja}, journal={Human Physiology}, year={2010}, volume={36}, pages={172-178} }