Scientific journal
European Journal of Natural History
ISSN 2073-4972

THE ROLE OF THE FACTORS OF THE SUN ACTIVITY FOR THE STATISTICA OF THE CARDIO – VASCULAR AND NERVOUS DISEASES IN MIDDLE LATITUDE REGION

Sterlikova I.V.

The present article reports results of the statistical treatment of the medical and geophysical data. A serious study of the problems of the heliobiological relationships was first begun in [Tchizhjevsky A.L., 1930]. The investigations of the influence of the sun activity on the human organism were undertaken later in [Vladimirsky B.M., 1971].

The aim of the present article is to estimate of the influence of the heliogeophysical factors on the human heals in middle latitude region. The medical data were taken from the station of the first medical aid in Murom of the Vladimir region. The geophysical data were taken from the observatory Borok in Yaroslavl region. The location of Murom corresponds to the middle geomagnetic latitude about 53°. The observatory is located on the same geomagnetic latitude 53° and on the same geomagnetic meridian 111°, which crosses Karelia and Scandinavia. Murom and Borok may be found in the projection of the plasmasphere on the Earth´s surface under the specifical geophysical conditions. The plasmasphere is one of the structure regions of the Earth´s magnetosphere. The plasmasphere is subject to dynamics depending on the geomagnetic activity. According to [Sterlikova I.V., Ivanov A.P. 1997], the intensification of the high frequency oscillations of the magnetic field of the Earth (the high frequency geomagnetic pulsations) takes place in the plasmasphere. The medical data given in the acticle contains the recordings of the call time of the first medical aid in connection with sudden attack cardio-vascular and neuros diseases. Analysis is made in each variety of the following cardio-vascular diseases: chronic ischemia deseas of heart, hypertonia deseas, hypertonia crisis, stenocardia, myocardial infarction and in the each variety of the following neuros diseases: vegetative-vascular dystonia, neuro-circulatory dystonia, bronchial astma, myoneurastenia, mental affection, psychosis, schizophrenia, insult. The medical data were chosen in accordance with the concrete magnetic storm because of the each case of the magnetospheric substorm is individual and does not repeat, according to [Akasofu S.I., 1971]. The medical data were analysed in three time intervals: before the magnetic storm, during the magnetic storm, after the magnetic storm. The geophysical data contain the information about the magnetic storms: the time of beginning of the storm, duration of the storm, the types of the magnetic storms (recurrent or flash), their particulars. Moreover the medical data contain the information about the indexis of the geomagnetic activity and also the recordings of the geomagnetic pulsations. Only the high frequency geomagnetic pulsations (1-10 Hz), wich rhythms have considence with the human biorhythms, were chosen from the number of the known geomagnetic pulsations originated in the magnetic storm (substorm). The recording of the irregular pulsations of types Pi1B - rPi2 , Pi1B-rPiP and Pi1C are used in the article. The geomagnetic pulsations Pi1B - rPi2 represent a microstructure of the geomagnetic pulsations of the Pi2 type (the oscillations Pi2 period equal 40-150 s). They are calld rider of Pi2. These type of the geomagnetic pulsations is observed in the phase of the beginning of the substorm (or of the magnetic storm). The geomagnetic pulsations Pi1B - rPip represent a microstructure of the geomagnetic pulsations of Pip type (the oscillations Pip period is more 150 s). These type of the geomagnetic pulsations is observed in the phase of the development of the substorm. They are calld rider of PiP. The geomagnetic pulsations Pi1B - rPi2 and Pi1B-rPiP have a different physical nature [Sterlikova I.V. 1985, 1987] and different mechanisms of generations. The geomagnetic pulsations Pi1C are observed in the phase of the recover of the magnetic substorm and have the another source of generation. The recordings of the continous regular geomagnetic pulsations of the type Pc1 are used in the article besides . The geomagnetic pulsations Pc1 are calld pearl also, because Pc1 is like pearl necklace. The generation of Pc1 may accompany the magnetic storm and also it may be observed after the magnetic storm on a third-seventh days-nights. It is possible that they have a different mechanisms of the generation. It is possible, the fact is a reason of the different reaction of the human organism on the generation of Pc1. The instaneous reaction of the human organism, expressed in the sudden attack of the cardio-vascular diseases or neuros diseases are observed during of the flash magnetic storm accomponed Pc1. If the magnetic storm have a recurrent character (without the chromospheric flash on the Sun), than the reactions of the human organism on the Pc1 have a certain delay for 1-1,5 days-nights in relation to the beginning of magnetic storm. The practical doctors may use the information reported in present article.

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The work was submitted to International Scientific Conference «Practitione», Italy (Rome-Florence), 6-13, September, 2012, came to the editorial office on 15.08.2012.