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Alternative TitleChanges of gastric electromyogram under abdominal breathing and progressing muscle relaxation
吴彦敏; 张文彩; 阎克乐; 缪玉玺
Keyword腹式呼吸 放松 催眠感受性 胃电图
Subject Area生理心理学/生物心理学
Source Publication中国组织工程研究与临床康复
NoteBACKGROUND: Some evidence demonstrated that gastric electromyogram can reflect the gastric electrical activity. The physiological parameter of gastric electrical activity has close correlation with digestive system diseases and psychologic factor. OBJECTIVE: To explore the changes of electromyogram under the condition of abdominal breathing and progressing muscle relaxation. DESIGN, TIME AND SETTING: The randomized controlled observation was performed at the Department of Electrogastrogram, Traditional Chinese Medical Hospital of Hebei Province between September and December 2006. PARTICIPANTS: A total of 60 undergraduates who aged 22-29 years old, including 18 male and 42 female, were selected from The Chemical Institute, Life Institute, and Educational Institute of Hebei Normal University. METHODS: According to the Stanfard hypnotic susceptibility scale, 60 undergraduates were randomly divided into abdominal breathing, progressive muscular relaxation and control groups, with 20 people in each group. In each group, the people were assigned into high and low hypnotizable receptivity groups. Respiration rate reached below 8 per minute on abdominal breathing. Body skin temperature rise 0.5 ℃ on progressive muscular relaxation. Tracing electrogastrogram were measured prior to and after intervention with EGEG5D5 abdominal quantity analysis mechine. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: The baseline measurement of gastric electrical activity, as well as physiological index of gastric electrical activity were compared prior to and after three intervention methods. RESULTS: The percentage of normal frequency of gastric body was significantly increased. The amplitude of gastric body, as well as gastric antrum was obviously reduced after abdominal breathing. After abdominal breathing, the percentage of normal frequency of gastric body was increased. The amplitude of gastric body, as well as gastric antrum was significant increased. The index was no significant difference prior to and after relaxing in the silently lying group. The variance analysis results showed that there were main effects of high and low hypnotizable receptivity and 3 intervention methods on percentage of normal frequency of gastric body, gastric antrum, and amplitude of gastric body as well as gastric body dispersion (P < 0.05 or P < 0.01). There was significant interaction between hypnotic susceptibility and intervening means on the percentage of normal frequency of gastric antrum, gastric antrum dispersion, and the chief frequency of gastric body (P < 0.05 or P < 0.01). CONCLUSIONS: Both abdominal breathing and progressing muscle relaxation can change the indexes of electromyogram. Abdominal breathing has better effect on improving stomach function than progressive muscular relaxation, which is more suitable to high hypnotic susceptibility people.
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吴彦敏,张文彩,阎克乐,等. 腹式呼吸及渐进性放松条件下的胃电变化[J]. 中国组织工程研究与临床康复,2009,13(4):701-704.
APA 吴彦敏,张文彩,阎克乐,&缪玉玺.(2009).腹式呼吸及渐进性放松条件下的胃电变化.中国组织工程研究与临床康复,13(4),701-704.
MLA 吴彦敏,et al."腹式呼吸及渐进性放松条件下的胃电变化".中国组织工程研究与临床康复 13.4(2009):701-704.
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