Journal of Biomedical Systems & Emerging Technologies

ISSN: 2952-8526

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About Mechanics of Influence of Infrasound on Living Organism


Petrenko Valeriy Mikhaylovich

Infrasound is an important factor of the environment of modern man, whose body is supposed to function mainly on the frequencies of infrasound in terms of mechanical processes. The biological effect of infrasound on the living organism is manifested by disorders in the activity of the nervous and cardiovascular systems, energy metabolism, the structure of cell membranes. The materials considered in the article testify to the fruitfulness of ideas about the important role of infrasonic processes in the organization of human and mammal life. The accumulation of data in favour of such ideas has a wide scientific, theoretical and practical significance: a living organism is a part of nature and cannot exist outside of nature and its diverse phenomena, the laws of physics and chemistry that describe them. They are based on all processes of life, how complex and bio specific they were not. Therefore, the question of the ratio of living and non-living, external and internal environments of the body, external and internal oscillatory processes in human life and other living organisms, the mechanics of the effect of infrasound on them. It should be noted that the living organism is able to actively change the processes taking place in it, including those caused by infrasound. I've tried to show this in the example of the organization of lymph flow.


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