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Volume: 1, December 2012
Publisher: EDIS - Publishing Institution of the University of Zilina
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Effects of Extremely Low Frequencies on Human Health
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Transmission and evolution of genetic transmitted diseases seem to be clearly associated with solar activity. This could be explained by the influence of geomagnetic variations in intercellular communication through sodium-potassium pump, affecting both neural network activity and development and the replication of mitochondrial DNA. The causal mechanism would be the interference of Schumman resonance intensity oscillation on suprachiasmatic nucleus cells communication and subsequent alterations of melatonin/serotonin secretion and/or balance. Extremely Low Frequencies implicated could not only be the determinant for the disease transmission and development but a key element of new therapies and prevention strategies.
- Schumann Resonance
- genetical disease
- mental disorders
- solar activity
- energy medicine.
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