Effects of Non-Focused ELF-EMF Treatment on EEG Preliminary Study

" The electrical activity of the CNS exhibits frequency dependent sensitivity to treatment with ELF-EMF. This observation, if confirmed in further studies and relevant for two main reasons: Firstly, it offers insight for an improved understanding of the mechanisms of action of ELF-EMF on complex biological systems from the perspective of preventing disorders caused by electromagnetic pollution." {Credits 1}

" The response to the different electromagnetic stimulation set-ups varied, with activation of different brain derivations observed in EEG. In general, response was greater under stimulation within the δ range at 1-3 Hz, with a widespread increase in the band strength β (p > 0.05) and a ubiquitous decrease in the Z-Ratio (p > 0.05). Responses were minimal under stimulation in the γ range at 31-56 Hz, with a limited reaction in terms of activated areas and band strength, in any case coherent with the γ range, particularly in the right hemisphere (p > 0.01). Contrary to expectations, no significant increase was observed in the α band." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Greco A, Destefani A (2018) Effects of Non-Focused Elf-Emf Treatment on Hrv: Preliminary Study. Int J Depress Anxiety 1:005. doi.org/10.23937/ijda-2017/1710005. © 2019 Greco A, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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