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Potential use of therapies for osteoporosis to treat neurological diseases of elderly people

AuthorsCalleja, G.; O'Rourke, U.; Madroñero de la Cal, Antonio
KeywordsHemoglobin molecule
Growth of neuronal
Frequency magnetic
Issue Date2006
PublisherChurchill Livingstone
CitationMedical Hypotheses 66 (4): 858-859 (2006)
AbstractThe application of extremely low frequency magnetic fields (ELFMF) exogenous to the brain has a series of beneficial effects. They stimulate the growth of neuronal extensions when applied to the chromaffin cells of newborn rats [1]. At human level, they improve blood circulation in the capillary vessels and areas of ischemia and increase local skin temperature by 3 °C [2]. Stemme [3] demonstrated that they increase the oxygen content in tissues by activating the hemoglobin molecule. Salkind verified that they compensate for the decrease in serotonin production in the elderly.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.mehy.2005.11.008
issn: 0306-9877
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