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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

 

 






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. G. Gerassimowitsch
Prof. Dr. med. Walentina Sidorenko
Dr. med. Margarita Gawrisch
Dr. med. Tatjana Teterkina
Dr. med. Sergej Korotkow