To study the effects of the millimeter wave bioresonance therapy on acute inflammation and stressful conditions in experimental models. Licking reaction in mice as a component of the hypersensitive state evoked by subcutaneous formalin injection into the right hind paw was monitored. Different parameters of electromagnetic stimulation applied to ipsilateral acupoint St.36 were examined.
|Exposure duration||3 min or 10 min|
It was revealed that the millimeter wave bioresonance therapy improved the condition of experimental animals, accompanying by diminution of licking reaction. Effect of 10 min irradiation was more demonstrative than 3 min. Stimulation with frequency of 61 GHz suppressed licking reaction more deeply than 43 GHz. Most beneficial effects have been found when minimal (0.1 mW/cm²) intensity of electromagnetic stimulation was applied.