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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Epilepsy

Epileptic Attacks

Intensity of Attacks

Amnesia

Subjective State

Mental State

Brain Asymmetry

 

 






Improvement of the Mental State / Self-Judgment of the Success of the Epilepsy Treatment





Investigated were 56 severely epileptic ill pa­tients in a special hospital for epilepsy. In the experimental group 34 of these patients re­ceived in addition to the conventional thera­pies a treatment with Medical Resonance Therapy Music®, in the control group 22 pa­tients received the conventional drug treat­ment only.


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

The application of the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group were considered by the patients in 90% of the treatments as suc­cess­ful, in 6,7% of the treatments as undefined and in 3,3% as negative.

The change of the mental state was judged by the patients according to the following cri­te­ria:
  1. a calming effect
  2. a raising of the spirits
  3. reducing frequent mood swings
  4. release of tension
  5. release of unrest
  6. reduced violent outbursts of
    temper
  7. reduced irritability
  8. a general improvement
    of the state of health
Control Group


Here the patients judged 35% of the con­ven­tional treatments as successful, 35% of the treatments were experienced as undefined in effect and 30% of the treatments were judged as negative.




















 

Investigators:

Prof. Dr. med. W. Sidorenko
Dr. med. T. J. Teterkina
Dr. med. A. S. Fedulow   
Dr. med. G. A. Lukaschewitsch
Dr. med. G. W. Massalski



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