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Frolova N.L. Features of autonomic regulation of heart rate in cardiac patients with psychosomatic profile // Preventive and clinical medicine. – 2010. - № 2 (35). – P.
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Summary: The aim of this study was to detect сardiovascular neuroregulation and rhythms of the autonomic nervous system by cardiovascular disease. Short-term recordings of heart rate variability distinguish two main spectral components: a high-frequency (HF) component (ranging between 0.15-0.40 Hz), a low-frequency (LF) component (ranging between 0.04-0.15 Hz), and LF/HF ratio respectively considered markers of parasympathetic, sympathetic control and sympatovagal balance. The changes in HF and LF powers and LF/HF ratio observed by the free breathing, the 6 min