Human energy system as a part of natural energy exchange: value for fundamental science and medicine (part II)

November 6, 2019
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The article continues the cycle of publications of the authors about the organization of the human energy system. The authors made an interdisciplinary review in order to show the relationship and commonality of the flow of fundamental energy processes in nature and the human body for the first time. This is essential for understanding the essence of the course of metabolism in the human body from the perspective of systemic medicine. It is also important for understanding the essence of phenomena from the standpoint of the new magnetoelectrochemical concept that the authors propose. The part II is devoted to the electromagnetic manifestations of the human body. The mechanisms of its interaction with natural (geocosmic) electromagnetic fields are described.

Published: 18.10.2019

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