Application of the method of computer biofeedback in the complex medical rehabilitation of military personnel with psychosomatic pathology

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Abstract

The results of a study of the effectiveness of complex medical rehabilitation using computerized biocontrol in military personnel with psychosomatic pathology are presented. 69 patients were diagnosed with hypertension, 65 with myocardial infarction, and 63 with persistent bronchial asthma (the main and control groups were identified in each category). Rehabilitation programs for all patients included regimen, diet number 10, physiotherapy, phytotherapy, physiotherapy, and pharmacotherapy. Patients of the main groups additionally received bioacoustic correction sessions. It has been established that optimization of the functional state of the central nervous system with the help of bioacoustic correction contributes to the improvement of the vegetative regulation of the cardiorespiratory system, the normalization of blood pressure, and the reduction of peripheral vascular resistance. Increases tolerance to exercise capacity, improves bronchial patency. All this significantly increases the effectiveness of rehabilitation measures.

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