Condition of nonspecific adaptable reactions of the organism and health levels at various modes of extreme cryogenic trainings
Influence of various modes of repeated extreme general air cryogenic trainings at t = -110±5 °C on the levels of health determined by types of nonspecific adaptable reactions and a condition of reactance, is studied. The parallel group analysis with the fixed dose (only 10 sessions lasting 2,5-3 minutes) and a choice of investigated out of almost healthy persons and patients with initial stages of diseases in remission stage on the basis of requirements to a method of open stratification randomization was carried out. The received results show possibility of positive modulation of types of the adaptive reactions, being nonspecific basis of higher levels of health, practically at all three modes of cryogenic influences. Gender features of influence of extreme cryogenic trainings on the states of health (health, intermediate state, illness) are revealed determined by types of adaptive reactions of an organism and corresponding levels of reactance that it is necessary to consider when choosing a procedure mode.