Comparative possibilities of alternative biofeedback of a heart rythm for disadaptation reduction in students with cardiovascular disease

As a result of the research the dependence of disadatative disorders development in young students from the adaptive brain flexibility and from the character of hemodynamic strain on the cardiovascular system was established. Unsatisfactory adaptation is registered in 16.7% healthy students
of the first type, but a (nervous) breakdown and unsatisfactory disadaptation in 53% students with arterial hypertension and in 77.9% in students with Obstructive Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. In persons of the II type the distribution of the proportions of persons with satisfactory adaptation, the amount of arterial hypertension and Obstructive Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension compose 24.9%, 38.8%, 71.4%, respectively, and persons of the III type: 52.9%, 66.7%, and 46.6%. Alternative biofeedback of the heart rhythm decreases the percentage of persons with unsatisfactory adaptation and its breakdown up to the 11.3%. Moreover the steady normalization of arterial blood pressure in 80.6% of persons with arterial hypertension and in 65.3% persons with Obstructive Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. This effect is steady and remains for a long time.