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Figure 5: Comparison of mean absolute total power levels in the stable, basic, and stimulated states. In the stimulated state, the mean absolute total power levels were statistically significantly higher than in the stable and basic states (*P < 0.05). The mean absolute total power level (μV2) refers to the integrated amount of brain waves by electroencephalograms amplitude for a certain period of time [Table 2]. Values are the mean ± standard deviation.

Figure 5: Comparison of mean absolute total power levels in the stable, basic, and stimulated states. In the stimulated state, the mean absolute total power levels were statistically significantly higher than in the stable and basic states (*<i>P</i> < 0.05). The mean absolute total power level (μV<sup>2</sup>) refers to the integrated amount of brain waves by electroencephalograms amplitude for a certain period of time [Table 2]. Values are the mean ± standard deviation.