Calming of the Fetus during Labor
Under investigation were 21 women who showed an ini­tial inactivity of uterine con­trac­tions.


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

With beginning of the first phase of Labor 11 women listened to relaxing Medical Resonance Therapy Music®. Fetal heart activity was measured three times for about 10 minutes each: shortly before treating with the music, in the middle of the one hour treatment and shortly after the treatment.


Significant changes were only
recorded in this group:


acceleration and deceleration of fetal heart beat reduced – the fetus was calmed.


Control Group A with Mozart’s Music

Here 5 women listened to Mozart’s Symphony No. 28 and Coronation Mass at the beginning of the first phase of Labor Fetal heart activity was measured three times for about 10 min­utes each: shortly before treating with the mu­sic, in the middle of the one hour treatment and shortly after the treatment.

No significant changes of fetal heart activity could be recorded.


Control Group B without Music

In this group 5 women were measured without any music treatment and no significant changes of fetal heart activity could be found.
Comment


The calming of fetal heart activity during La­bor is a labor-specific and positive sign of Medical Resonance Therapy Music® and no sign of hypoxia, which – next to other in­di­ca­tors – was shown by the births of completely healthy children.






















 

Investigators:

Prof. Dr. med. A. Reznikov
Prof. Dr. med. S. Leush
Dr. med. V. Reznikov






We would like to state that the objective scientific research studies were conducted with the Compact-Discs.