Reducing Dizziness in Older People with Atherosclerotic Encephalopathy
Under investigation were 25 men and women at the age of 50 – 70 years with a beginning atherosclerotic encephalopathy.

The patients were treated with both relaxing and activating Medical Resonance Therapy Music®. There were 10 treatments in total, each treatment lasting from 10 to 30 minutes. Starting with a habituation phase of 10 min­utes the treatment was expanded step by step up to 30 minutes. During the first three treat­ments relaxing MRT-Music® was given, in the following four treatments the patients received activating MRT-Music; during the last three treatments they received in the first 10 min­utes relaxing and in the following 20 minutes activating MRT-Music®.

During the whole time of treatment with Medi­cal Resonance Therapy Music® the patients did not receive any medication effecting the central nervous system.


Of the 25 patients 20 suffered from dizziness. Since the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® was part of a conventional treatment and there was no control group a result de­ter­min­able in percentage was not possible. The treatment was successful: at the end 14 pa­tients were free of dizziness and 6 ex­peri­enced a clear improvement.

Looking to the protocols of the patients writ­ten before and after each MRT-Music® treat­ment, it becomes obvious that MRT-Music® had an essential share in this.

Here an exemplary evaluation of two sittings which documents the influence of the music.

a) relaxing music
  1. before treatment:
    5 patients with severe dizziness

  2. after treatment:
    3 patients with light dizziness and
    2 patients free of dizziness
b) activating music
  1. before treatment:
    7 patients with slight dizziness

  2. after treatment:
    2 patients with slight dizziness and
    5 patients without dizziness



Prof. Dr. med. A. Reznikov
Prof. Dr. med. G. Butenko
Dr. med. N. Bachinskaya
Dr. med. S. Litovchenko