Canavan, A. 1997. University of Luton, Great Britain.
The low-intensity electromagnetic fields (EM) emitted by the visualization screens modify the EM environment of their users, which affects the functioning of the brain and results in an alteration of the psychological state. Professor Canavan, a neuropsychiatrist, evaluated the psychological and emotional state of 100 students at his university working on cathode-ray computer screens by the mood test.
Students ‘ motivation and serenity levels increased by 48 points (or 166%), respectively. and 46.8 points (i.e. 77%) In students protected with CMO compared to those not protected by CMO (placebo * *).
The presence of the compensation oscillation (CMO) makes it possible to significantly improve the psychological state of people working on cathode-ray screens by making the EM environment biologically compatible.