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2017-03

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Yu. N. Komkova, I. V. Ermakova, N. B. Selverova

ABSTRACT

This article analyzes heart rate variability (HRV), the glucocorticoid function of adrenal glands, and brain electrical activity (EA) in children aged 9 to 12 years to study their functional state during early stages of puberty. The cognitive load (mental arithmetic) caused low-frequency waves in the heart rate spectrum in all subjects, regardless of the puberty stage and gender. With respect to the age range under study, the hormonal response to the arithmetic test, expressed in a decrease in the level of cortisol, was observed in boys only at the third stage of puberty. The visual analysis of the background electrical encephalogram showed frequent generalized bilateral and synchronous changes in the electrical activity (EA) in the form of diencephalic signs in children. The features of the relationship between the autonomic nervous system and the hypothalamic pituitary-adrenal system have been revealed in children aged 9 to 12 years during cognitive load. The closest correlations between HRV indices and cortisol levels have been found in girls at the first stage and boys at the third stage of puberty. More... »

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139-145

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