Neurological Sciences, Volume (35), No (11), Year (2014-5) , Pages (1590-1874)

Title : ( Investigation of EEG changes during exposure to extremelylow-frequency magnetic field to conduct brain signals )

Authors: S. A. Shafiei , S. M. Firoozabadi , kazem Rasoolzadeh Tabatabaei , M. Ghabaee ,

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Abstract

There are evidences that confirm the effect ofmagnetic fields (MFs) on brain signals and some psycho-logical disorders such as headache, migraine and depres-sion. The aim of the present study was to investigatechanges in EEG power spectrum due to localized exposurein different parts of the brain by extremely low-frequencymagnetic fields (ELF-MFs) to extract some protocols fortreatment of some psychological disorders. In addition,regular effects were investigated by increasing intensity ofELF-MF. Therefore, EEG relative power spectrum wasevaluated at T4, T3, F3, F4, and Cz points, when all thepoints were exposed to MFs with 45, 17, 10, 5, and 3 Hzfrequencies, separately. Intensity of MF was 0, 100, 240, or360lT in four sessions. Significant changes were observedin different EEG bands caused by locally exposing to ELF-MF in different points of brain (P\\\\\\\\0.05). Some exposureto MFs decreased alpha band of frontal and central areas inclosed-eyes state. Based on the findings in this study, someprotocols can be designed using a combination of variousMFs exposures to conduct the brain signals that is neces-sary to evaluate clinically.

Keywords

ELF magnetic fieldsEEGLocal exposureRegular effectsPsychological disorders
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@article{paperid:1080230,
author = {سید علی شفیعی and سید محمد فیروزآبادی and Rasoolzadeh Tabatabaei, Kazem and مژده قبایی},
title = {Investigation of EEG changes during exposure to extremelylow-frequency magnetic field to conduct brain signals},
journal = {Neurological Sciences},
year = {2014},
volume = {35},
number = {11},
month = {May},
issn = {1590-1874},
pages = {1590--1874},
numpages = {284},
keywords = {ELF magnetic fieldsEEGLocal exposureRegular effectsPsychological disorders},
}

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%0 Journal Article
%T Investigation of EEG changes during exposure to extremelylow-frequency magnetic field to conduct brain signals
%A سید علی شفیعی
%A سید محمد فیروزآبادی
%A Rasoolzadeh Tabatabaei, Kazem
%A مژده قبایی
%J Neurological Sciences
%@ 1590-1874
%D 2014

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