Journal of Health & Medical Informatics

ISSN: 2157-7420

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Energy Management and Health: Implication of Nervous System Superconductor-Like Behaviour


Hafedh Abdelmelek, Amel Hanini, Linda Saili, Amina Azzouz, Ezzedine Nebil, Zihad Bouslama, Mohsen Sakly and Mbainaibeye Jérôme

Physiological studies have implicated different mediator in energy management in nervous system and body metabolic rate. Health result in a good balance between positive (+1) or negative (-1) energy leading to physiological energy (E0). Interestingly, diseases could be explained by an unbalance of energy regulation of nervous system (alteration of superconductor-like behaviour by environment factors) and/or body metabolic rate. Recent years several studies investigating the implication of electrical signals at very low temperature in animal species adaptation and life. In this paper, the electric resistivity (R) at different temperatures (T) between 300 to 200 K in frog sciatic nerves was studied. When the electrical contacts were leaned into sciatic nerve of the four studied species a striking decrease of nerve resistivity was observed (frog 252 K); showing a superconductor-like behavior that could be associated to good health related to good emotions and metabolic equilibrium in Human and animals. Analysis of electrical properties demonstrates clearly that alteration of superconductor-like behaviour by environmental factors point to the development metabolic disorders and diseases.


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