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Ph, Electric Conductivity and Delayed Luminescence Changes in Human Sera of Subjects Undergoing the Relaxation Response: A Pilot Study

Version 1 : Received: 10 April 2020 / Approved: 12 April 2020 / Online: 12 April 2020 (17:12:29 CEST)

How to cite: Dal Lin, C.; Grasso, R.; Scordino, A.; Triglia, A.; Tona, F.; Iliceto, S.; Vitiello, G.; Elia, V.; Napoli, E.; Germano, R.; Musumeci, F. Ph, Electric Conductivity and Delayed Luminescence Changes in Human Sera of Subjects Undergoing the Relaxation Response: A Pilot Study. Preprints 2020, 2020040202 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202004.0202.v1). Dal Lin, C.; Grasso, R.; Scordino, A.; Triglia, A.; Tona, F.; Iliceto, S.; Vitiello, G.; Elia, V.; Napoli, E.; Germano, R.; Musumeci, F. Ph, Electric Conductivity and Delayed Luminescence Changes in Human Sera of Subjects Undergoing the Relaxation Response: A Pilot Study. Preprints 2020, 2020040202 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202004.0202.v1).

Abstract

In our recent works we reported that physical and chemical characteristics of serum can vary in relation to the psychic activity of an individual depending on whether it is oriented to stress or relaxation. We wandered if these observations could be accompanied by an appreciable modification of the Ph, electric conductivity and Delayed Luminescence of the same serum samples. Our preliminary data may suggest that the serum pH could significantly increase during a Relaxation Response intervention while electric conductivity seems to decrease. Moreover, Delayed Luminescense could vary in the same subject according to the Relaxation Response practice. According to our proof of concept study, we postulate the appearance of a coherent system within the blood samples analyzed after the Relaxation Response. Further researches and some technical development are needed to support our preliminary findings.

Subject Areas

relaxation response; meditation; music; serum; pH; electric conductivity; delayed luminescence; fractals; coherent states; self-similarity

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