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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Harmony

Reducing Anxiety

Release of Reactive Anxiety

Restless and Melancholy Emotional States

General Mental State

Calming of the Fetus

Reaction Precision

Psychomotoric Speed

Visual-Motoric
Co-ordination

Reducing Irritability

Reducing Cortisol

Regular and deep Relaxation

Normalisation of Mental Functions

Manifestations of Stress

Psychosomatic Status

Improved Mental State

Improved Mental State

Improved Mental State

Functional Brain Asymmetry

Functional Brain Asymmetry

Reducing Sleep Disorders

Manifestations of Stress

Anti-Oxidising Processes

Reducing Cortisol

Reducing Cortisol

Increased Strength

Haemodynamic Parameter

Menstruation Cycle

Improved Immune Status

Improving the Immune Status of Pregnant Women

Improving the Hormone Status of Pregnant Women

Abstinence from Tranquilizers

 

 






Reducing Irritability and Improving Composure in Children with Diabetes















Under investigation were 60 children at the age of 7 – 12 with a recently diagnosed dia­be­tes in the depolization stadium D1 and D2 (without ketoacidoses). All children came from areas contaminated by the nuclear accident of Chernobyl. Next to other health problems the children showed great irritability. The chil­dren were divided into an experimental group of 30 patients and a control group of 30 pa­tients.


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

In addition to the conventional treatment with diet and insulin preparations the 30 children in this group listened to Medical Resonance Therapy Music® for ten days, each day in the resting hour between 13 and 14 hours using headphones and compact disc. 80% of them experienced in this way a significant reduction of their irritability and showed greater com­po­sure.


Control Group

The 30 children in this group received the conventional treatment „only“, which did not bring about a significant reduction of ir­ri­ta­bil­ity.



 

Investigators:

Dr. med. Tatjana Homitschuk