Effects of untouched healing under suggestive or non suggestive condition on autonomic nervous function

Author: Kuramoto Itsuo//Uchida Seiya//Sugano Hisanobu//Tsuda Yasutami
MOA Health Science Foundation, Life Science Institute, Fukuoka, Japan
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1997
Other: Volume ID: 15 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 227-231 , Special Notes: Also in Japanese. Third Symposium of Life Information Science. , Word Count: 78

Simultaneous measurements of rectangular pulse current (AMI),
perspiration and peripheral blood flow revealed that the BP and AP
which are the parameters of AMI were useful to the measurement of
autonomic nervous function. The AP related with perspiration, while the BP with blood flow. Changes in the BP and AP during healing were
measured under suggestive and non-suggestive conditions, and found that the AP was influenced by psychological changes, while the BP showed the effect of untouched healing.