COMPLEX METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL
STATE OF THE ARCTIC ZONE OF RUSSIA RESIDENTS
Solovievskaya N.L., Konstantin G. Korotkov
Objectives: For the timely detection of the people's health problems in the Arctic zone we used in parallel methods of heart rhythm variability (HRV) and gas-discharge visualization (GDV). Subjects: A group of 120 volunteers - male residents of Murmansk region in Russia's Arctic zone divided into two age groups: 58 people aged 31.54±5.69 and 62 people aged 54.31±7.26 participated in a study. Results: Age-related differences in the associated indicators of GDV grams and HRV were shown with many correlations between the two methods. Conclusions: The results obtained testify to a deep interrelation and coherence of the system energetic processes of metabolism in the human body, and the fact that the human body is an integral complex hierarchical system of information-energetic interactions, the scientific study, and understanding of which can lead to further advances in both fundamental pieces of knowledges and contribute to the optimization of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of non-infectious diseases. The results obtained confirm the validity of using the selected set of methods as promising methods for evaluating the human body's psychophysiological state for further practical implementation in practical health care.