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Gi-ho Jo – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Electroencephalogram activity induced by magnetic stimulation on heart Meridian
    Neuroscience Letters, 2011
    Co-Authors: Han-gue Jo, Gi-ho Jo

    Abstract:

    Many studies on the effects of acupuncture on brain activity have been concerned with the stimulation of specific acu-points. However, research on brain activity with the stimulation of the BodyMeridian line is still quite novel. The hypothesis of the present study is that heart Meridian stimulations with different directions of line-magnet poles would elicit different effects on EEG activity. Twenty-three healthy young adults between the age of 19 and 22 years old participated in the experiment. Two tiny NEO line-magnets were applied to stimulate the heart Meridian. EEG activities were changed significantly between different treatments on the heart Meridian using line-magnet with different directions of magnetic poles (p < 0.05). The present study shows that the stimulation of the heart Meridian with the line-magnets has an effect on brain activity associated with the direction of the line-magnet pole.

  • Effect of Acu-Magnetic Stimulation on Heart Rate Variability
    Medical Acupuncture, 2011
    Co-Authors: Han-gue Jo, Gi-ho Jo

    Abstract:

    Abstract Background: The study of magnets applied to acupuncture points in the human Body has already been researched. However, the study of Body Meridian stimulation using line-magnets is novel. Objective: This study aims to investigate the effect on the heart rate variability (HRV) through stimulation on the Heart Meridian with line-magnets. Design, Setting, and Patients: Twenty-five healthy young adults participated between March and June 2009 at the Institute of Health and Environment at Kongju National University. Intervention: Two line-magnets were applied to the section of Meridians on the wrists of both arms. Main Outcome Measure: HRV was analyzed via electrocardiogram (ECG) records. Results: During the Heart Meridian test, the mean heart rate (mHR), low frequency (LF), and low frequency/high frequency ratio (LF/HF) showed significant changes between the stimulations with different directions of magnetic poles (mHR: P = 0.001; LF: P = 0.032; LF/HF: P = 0.006). Conclusions: These results suggest th…

Han-gue Jo – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Electroencephalogram activity induced by magnetic stimulation on heart Meridian
    Neuroscience Letters, 2011
    Co-Authors: Han-gue Jo, Gi-ho Jo

    Abstract:

    Many studies on the effects of acupuncture on brain activity have been concerned with the stimulation of specific acu-points. However, research on brain activity with the stimulation of the BodyMeridian line is still quite novel. The hypothesis of the present study is that heart Meridian stimulations with different directions of line-magnet poles would elicit different effects on EEG activity. Twenty-three healthy young adults between the age of 19 and 22 years old participated in the experiment. Two tiny NEO line-magnets were applied to stimulate the heart Meridian. EEG activities were changed significantly between different treatments on the heart Meridian using line-magnet with different directions of magnetic poles (p < 0.05). The present study shows that the stimulation of the heart Meridian with the line-magnets has an effect on brain activity associated with the direction of the line-magnet pole.

  • Effect of Acu-Magnetic Stimulation on Heart Rate Variability
    Medical Acupuncture, 2011
    Co-Authors: Han-gue Jo, Gi-ho Jo

    Abstract:

    Abstract Background: The study of magnets applied to acupuncture points in the human Body has already been researched. However, the study of Body Meridian stimulation using line-magnets is novel. Objective: This study aims to investigate the effect on the heart rate variability (HRV) through stimulation on the Heart Meridian with line-magnets. Design, Setting, and Patients: Twenty-five healthy young adults participated between March and June 2009 at the Institute of Health and Environment at Kongju National University. Intervention: Two line-magnets were applied to the section of Meridians on the wrists of both arms. Main Outcome Measure: HRV was analyzed via electrocardiogram (ECG) records. Results: During the Heart Meridian test, the mean heart rate (mHR), low frequency (LF), and low frequency/high frequency ratio (LF/HF) showed significant changes between the stimulations with different directions of magnetic poles (mHR: P = 0.001; LF: P = 0.032; LF/HF: P = 0.006). Conclusions: These results suggest th…

Chen Xuan-yu – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Meridians of the Body Sonic Skin Conductivity Experimental Observation of Volume
    Journal of Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2010
    Co-Authors: Chen Xuan-yu

    Abstract:

    Objective:To objective detection of sound wave have dredge Meridians characteristics of biological physics.Methods:The skin resistance measurement techniques,determination of sound waves to stimulate the acupuncture points of human skin before and after the Meridians conductive volume of the corresponding changes in sound waves of observation and that the physiological role of the human Body.Results:After the sound waves interfere with the human Body Meridian skin than a marked increase in electrical conductivity,P0.01;wave typeⅡ(Acoustic-electric complex wave)interfere with skin conductivity higher than the amount of wave-typeⅠ(sound waves),P0.01;Acoustic of yin,yang of two by the impact of the volume of the skin conductivity is similar to.Conclusion:The sound waves have a characteristic could lower human electrical impedance and the characteristics lie on the boost strength,the electrode pressure.