Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2010, Volume: 3, Issue: 1, Pages: 54-57
N.P.Dharmadhikari1 , A.P.Rao2 , S.S.Pimplikar3 ,A.G.Kharat4 , S.D.Aghav5 , D.C.Meshram6 ,S.D.Kulkarni7 and B.B.Jain8*
1 Dept. of Applied Physics;
2 Dept. of Electronic &Telecommunication, JSPM’S Jayawantrao Sawant College of Eng., Hadapsar, Pune-28, India;
3 Dept. of Civil Eng., Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Kothrud, Pune-38, India.
4 Dept. of Civil Eng., Sinhgad Academy of Eng., Kondhwa (Bk.) Pune-48, India.
5 Dept. of Physics, Baburaoji Gholap College, Sangavi, Pune-27, India
6 Dept. of Geology, University of Pune, Pune-7, India.
7 Dept. of Environmental Science, New Arts Commerce & Sciences College Ahmednagar-414001, India.
8 Jayawantrao Sawant college of Pharmacy and Research, Hadapsar, Pune-28, India.
The energy emitted by the earth at a specific surface location which affects the normal human body function is termed as geopathic stress (GS). Empirical knowledge of the existence of geopathic stress is probably as old as mankind. However, scientific investigation about effect of GS on human system is an area of research. The aim of this work is to study the effect of geopathic stress on human system by recording blood pressure (BP), heart rate (HR). The observation indicates the change in blood pressure and heart rate in geopathic stress zones as compared to nonstress zones.
Keywords: Geopathic stress zone, blood pressure, heart rate.
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