somesthetic


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somesthetic

(sō′mĕs-thĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Somatosensory.

somesthetic

(sō-mĕs-thĕt′ĭk)
Pert. to sensations and sensory structures of the body.
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Tummo meditation entrains the participation of several major mental functions, recruiting the action of vast nervous system networks, implicating visual, somesthetic, and visceral systems.
Auditory hallucinations are by far the most common type, and hallucinations in any other sensory modality--visual, olfactory, kinesthetic, or somesthetic, for example--should be considered a warning sign.
Effects of senescence on the temporal resolution of somesthetic stimuli presented to one hand or both.
12,14] The primary somesthetic area is located in the postcentral gyrus which exercises sensory control over the opposite side of the body.
The somesthetic system (the senses related to the whole body) was stimulated by tactile images with a 32-Herz vibration frequency and a pulse amplitude of 21.