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Litvichenko E.M., Bykov E.V. Influence of voltage of vegetative regulation on the response reaction to massage influences

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p280-286
Influence of voltage of vegetative regulation on the response reaction to massage influences
Evgeny Mikhailovich Litvichenko, the Director, of Avatar LLC, Central Massage Practitioner FlyHands, Novosibirsk, the post-graduate student, Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk; Evgeny Vitalievich Bykov, the doctor of medical sciences, professor, Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk

Currently, the role of non-drug recovery methods in sports is increasing. The work is based on the study of the level of autonomic regulation, static and physical stability of muscles with various levels of autonomic regulation. The research results showed that muscle mass leads to improved muscle conductivity, increased statokinetic stability, multidirectional dynamics of heart rate variability indicators depending on the degree of autonomic regulation's tension.
Keywords: massage, muscle tone, stabilographic, heart rate variability, autonomic regulation.
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