StatusThe thesis was presented on the 10 September, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 4 November, 2010
Abstract– 7.44 Mb / in romanian
The thesis comprises 90 typewritten pages and includes introduction, literature review, materials and methods of the study, 3 subchapters of personal investigations, conclusions and recommendations, bibliography (231 sources), 11 figures, 19 tables and 2 annexes. The obtained results have been published in 8 scientific works.
The domain of the thesis study: human physiology and sanocreatology.
The thesis aims – the study of the purposive modification of temperature and blood circulation of various somatic zones by means of controlled respiration and static exercises in order to reveal the methods of health consolidation that can be used in sanocreatology.
Novelty and scientific originality. For the first time: 1) it was demonstrated that, irrespective of the modification type of the fulfilled directed respiration pattern, the microcirculation improves; 2) it was established that the change of temperature and blood circulation depends on the specific character of the muscle contraction pattern; 3) the number of cycles of the directed respiration necessary for the effect of microcirculation improvement to appear was detected; 4) the evidence concerning the heterogeneous influence of various patterns of the controlled respiration upon the body temperature was obtained.
The theoretical significance consists in the elucidation of the regularities of the dependence of blood circulation of the organism’s various zones upon the type and the character of the directed activity of the respiratory and locomotor systems. The theoretical significance of the work also consists in the argumentation of the new concept according to which the blood circulation in various somatic regions can be improved through the purposive modification of the respiratory pattern and that of the muscle activity.
The applicative value of the work consists in the demonstration of the possibility of the modification of
temperature and blood circulation of various somatic zones through the purposive modification
of the respiratory pattern and that of the muscle contractions. The applicative significance of the
work also consists in the revelation of the number of cycles of controlled respiration the
fulfillment of which brings about the maximum beneficial effect on the microcirculation and that
of the muscle contraction patterns that co-ordinately influence the blood circulation in various
somatic zones. The scientific results are implemented in the teaching process in the State
University of Moldova and in the University of the Academy of Sciences of RM.