MODERN BIOELECTROMAGNETICS & FUNCTIONS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

Robert O Becker

Abstract


Contrary to prevailing neuron doctrine," the glial substrate and other perineural structures of the central nervous system, through their sensitivity to extremely low levels of electric currents and magnetic fields, may directly control brain functions. The neuronal brain is not only supported by, but modulated by, the glial brain. Decades of research findings which support this view are examined, and genetic and behavioral effects evaluated. Electromagnetism and its effects on the "integration of brain function" in consciousness are considered, and in conclusion it is hypothesized that DC and low-frequency extraneuronal electric currents generated in, or transmitted by, the glial components of the brain may be the basis of perceptual awareness.


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