" Results: It is shown that under the action of low-frequency electromagnetic fields, arborization of chlorides, which are the main salt components of the cytoplasm of cells, including neurons, occurs. This made it possible to explain the nature of axonal arborization of damaged neurons, which is observed under the influence of low-frequency electromagnetic fields in vivo. Conclusion: Under the action of low frequency electromagnetic fields, negative electrization of aqueous solutions of chlorides occurs. By preliminarily optimizing the content of chlorides in the body, it is possible to create optimal conditions for the axonal arborization of neurons and the formation of new capillaries using low-frequency electromagnetic fields."
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