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Correlations Between Earth’s Local Magnetic Field and Heart Rate of Young Individuals and Professional Riders During Daily Activities and Interactions with a Horse

Abstract

Every cell in our bodies is under the influence of an external and internal environment of fluctuating invisible magnetic forces[1]. Because the magnetoreception of neural structures should be evolutionarily adjusted to these magnetic fields, humans may also have a special sensitivity to geomagnetic fields[2]. Human health is affected by space weather component[3]. The natural variation in the geomagnetic field in and around Earth has been reportedly involved in relation to several human cardiovascular variables, including heart rate (HR)[4].

The aim of research was to compare correlations between Earth’s local magnetic field’s variations and heart rate of young individuals and professional riders during daily activities and interactions with horse.

The goals of research:

  1. To evaluate correlations between Earth’s local magnetic field’s variations and heart rate of young individuals and professional riders during daily activities.
  2. To evaluate correlations between Earth’s local magnetic field’s variations and heart rate of young individuals and professional riders during interactions with horse.
  3. To compare the variation of correlations between Earth’s local magnetic field’s variations and heart rate of young individuals and professional riders during daily activities and interactions with horse.