High-frequency Coronal Discharge, Infrared Thermography and Visual Acuity Measurements of Bioelectromagnetic Influence

Ignat Ignatov *

Scientific Research Center of Medical Biophysics (SRCMB), Sofia, Bulgaria.

Anton Antonov

Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS), Sofia, Bulgaria.

Nikolai Neshev

Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Faculty of Physics, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Hugo Niggli

BioFoton AG, Treyvaux, Switzerland.

Chavdar Stoyanov

Scientific Research Center of Medical Biophysics (SRCMB), Sofia, Bulgaria.

Christos Drossinakis

IAWG- Internationale Akademie für Wissenschaftliche Geistheilung, Frankfurt, Germany.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Bioelectromagnetic influence on the eyes of a group of 336 subjects with various vision disorders: amblyopia, myopia and hypermetropia were investigated with high-frequency black-white and color coronal discharge, infrared thermography and visual acuity measurements. The authors have performed registration of the biggest part of electromagnetic fields – infrared and electric fields. Positive correlation with r=0.55­0.65 at a level of significance of p<0.01 was found between the temperature change (connected with vasodilation) in the influenced areas and the average change of visual acuity (visus). In the cases without correction, Student’s t-test of visus values for both eyes before and after bioelectromagnetic influence lead to t=6.0­6.7 at significance level p<0.001 and average increase of 14.5%. In the cases of refraction amblyopia, for the difference in both eyes with correction,t was equal to 6.7­7.1 at significance level p<0.001 and the average visus was increased and was 25.5%. Concerning the correlation between the temperature difference and the effective width of the high-frequency corona discharge, it was found that r=6.0­6.7 at significance level p<0.001.The dependence of the bio effect on the stage of the vision disorder (light, medium, heavy) was investigated. A distinct regularity was found with a coefficient of correlation r ranging from ­0,35 to ­0,45 at significance level p<0,001 that the influence efficiency was highest in light disorders and lowest in heavy disorders. Single-factor dispersion analysis was performed concerning age-related dependence of the healing effect in cases of visual disorders. For the three groups: 4­-10, 11-­21 and 22­-49 years of age, we found that F=4,4­-4,6 at significance level p<0.01 corresponding to higher healing results at younger ages.

Keywords: High-frequency coronal discharge, infrared thermography, visual acuity, vision disorders


How to Cite

Ignatov, Ignat, Anton Antonov, Nikolai Neshev, Hugo Niggli, Chavdar Stoyanov, and Christos Drossinakis. 2021. “High-Frequency Coronal Discharge, Infrared Thermography and Visual Acuity Measurements of Bioelectromagnetic Influence”. Physical Science International Journal 25 (3):18-28. https://doi.org/10.9734/psij/2021/v25i330246.

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