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Periodic Duration

Pain Sensitivity

Activity Rhythms

Cosmic Rhythms

Endogenous Rhythms

Three Way Structure

Muscular Rhythms

Pain Wave Rhythms

Circulation & Respiration

Puls Breath Frequency

Rhythms in Sleep

Therapeutic Changes

Inhalation & Heart Period

Mother & Child

Heart & Arterial Oscillation

Phase Coordination

Walk & Heart Rhythm

Breathing & Heart Rhythm

Autonomic Rhythm

Hierarchy of Rhythms

Spontaneous Rhythms

Muscular Blood Circulation

Healing & Resistance

Spontaneous Rhythms





Peter Hübner - Micro Music Laboratories
Prof. Dr. med. Gunther Hildebrandt  • Chronobiological Aspects of Music Physiology

Some of the rhyth­mic pro­ce­dures in the or­gan­ism can be di­rectly ex­peri­enced by us, and can even be more or less vol­un­tar­ily in­flu­enced, such as the heart and breath­ing rhythm. Oth­ers, such as the 90 -120 min­ute basal ac­tiv­ity rhythm (il­lus­tra­tion 2) or the side rhythm of blood dis­tri­bu­tion which shows most clearly in the side change of nose breath­ing with a pe­ri­odic du­ra­tion of 6-8 hours (il­lus­tra­tion 3), are hardly no­ticed by us, and must be shown by ap­pro­pri­ate meas­ured val­ues.

Illustration 2

Plot of sen­si­tiv­ity to pain of a front tooth de­ter­mined by cold stimu­lus ap­pli­ca­tion (so-called bene­fi­cial time of cold stimu­lus) of 3 test sub­jects on 3 dif­fer­ent days. De­ter­mi­na­tion of the wave of pain oc­curred in in­ter­vals of 15-30 min­utes. The val­ues are shown in per cent of the in­di­vid­ual daily means. The rhythm of the sen­si­tiv­ity to pain is the same as the one which forms the sleep cy­cles dur­ing a night’s sleep.

(According to POLLMANN and HILDEBRANDT 1982)

Illustration 3

Semi-quan­ti­ta­tive pres­en­ta­tion of the rhythm of the sides of the nose of 4 peo­ple in the course of 24 hours. The full swing of the curves shows that approx. 80% of the to­tal res­pi­ra­tory air is in­haled, due to the nasal mu­cous mem­brane going down on one side, through only one side of the nose.
MOZ = mean local time.

(Own studies)

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Cardiac & Circulatory Disorders

RRR 940 Cardiac and Circulatory Disorders

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RRR 943 Pains / Post-operative Pains

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