NEUROLOGICAL AND PSYCHOEMOTIONAL STATE OF THE POPULATION OF THE DONETSK REGION AND THE INFLUENCE OF "V-OMEGA-3" ON IT
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autonomic nervous system; Omega-3; psychoemotional state

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Seleznova , S., Raksha-Sliusareva , O., Sliusarev , O., Boeva , S., Mamedaliyeva , S., Rakyta , N., Severyn , N., & Strelchenko Е. (2021). NEUROLOGICAL AND PSYCHOEMOTIONAL STATE OF THE POPULATION OF THE DONETSK REGION AND THE INFLUENCE OF "V-OMEGA-3" ON IT. Medical Science of Ukraine (MSU), 17(4). https://doi.org/10.32345/2664-4738.4.2021.11

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Relevance. The armed conflict is taking place on the territory of the Donetsk region. Such eco-crisis conditions may have an additional negative impact on the nervous system and psychoemotional state of the population. It is important to take fat-soluble vitamins which simultaneously have antioxidant properties during ecological problems.

Objective: to assess the neurological and psychoemotional state of the population of the Donetsk region before and after taking "V-Omega-3".

Materials and methods. The study involved 105 apparently healthy persons aged 21-56 years, living in the cities of Kramatorsk and Mariupol. The participants of the main group (n = 45) took the food dietary supplement product "V-Omega-3" for 21 days, and the participants of the control group (n = 60) did not take any drugs. The neurological state of all individuals was examined twice - at the beginning of the experiment and after 21 days, that is, after the course of taking the product by the main group. The neurological exam was organized into the following categories: cranial nerves, reflexes, sensory system, in conducting coordination tests. The tone in autonomic nervous system (ANS) was assessed using the Wayne Scale. Psychoemotional state was assessed according to “Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale” (HADS).

Results. The mild organic and functional neurological microsymptoms were found in all 105 apparently healthy persons. After taking the "V-Omega-3", the main group showed objective and subjective improvement of health. The neurological status of the main group showed positive dynamics, such as: normalization of tendon reflexes by 50%, normalization of oculomotor disorders in the form of weak convergence and accommodation - by 46%, coordination of movements improved by 60%, metacarpal joint tremor decreased by 36%; cerebral asthenia syndrome - by 45%, astheno-neurotic syndrome - by 5%, while no positive changes were observed in the control group. At the beginning of the experiment, in the main group, sympathicotonia prevailed in 21 people, vagotonia in 9, and mixed tonus in 15. After treatment, normalization of the ANS parameters was noted: a decrease of the level of sympathicotonia and parasympathicotonia. Sub-clinical anxiety (8-10 points) was found in 19 people and no significant symptoms (3-7 points) in 26 people when assessing emotional state and well-being using the HADS scale before treatment. After treatment, there was an improvement in the emotional state (absence of significant symptoms of 0-7 points) in 8 people, i.e. subclinical anxiety decreased by 18%.

Conclusions. The drug "V-Omega-3" has a positive effect on the state of the autonomic nervous system and psychoemotional state, which is manifested by a decrease in headache, dizziness, asthenia, normalization of reflexes, reduction of oculomotor disorders, improved coordination, disappearance of hand tremor, reducing of the cerebroasthenic syndrome and emotional lability.

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