Micro Music Laboratories
Micro Music Laboratories
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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Vital Energy

Healing-Inducing Effects

Faster Recovery – Miscarriage

Faster Recovery –
OPH-Syndrome

Faster Reduction of
Blood Pressure

Faster Breakdown of the Protein Content

Faster Insulin Process Stabilisation

Normalisation of the Menstruation Cycle

Dissolution of Clinical
Risk Parameters

Reduction of
Anodyne Drugs

Prolonged Effect of
Anodyne Drugs

Reduction of Medication

Reduction of Pain

Abstinence from Tranquilizers

Pain Treatment

Increased Strength – Uterine Contractions

Improved Immune Status

Stimulation of too
low Hormone Levels

Slowing Heart Rate

Release of Stress

Reduction of Headaches

Stimulation of Imagination

Reducing Dizziness

Severe Dizziness

Improved Auditory Memory

Enhanced
Psychomotoric Speed

Improved Visual-Motoric
Co-ordination

Improving
Reaction Precision

Improved Visual
Short-Term Memory

Improved Concentration

Improved Learning Ability

STORE

 






Faster Insulin Process Stabilization in Children with Diabetes
Under investigation were 60 children at the age of 7 – 12 with a recently diagnosed dia­be­tes in the depolisation stadium D1 and D2 (without ketoacidoses). All children came from areas contaminated by the nuclear accident of Chernobyl and were divided into an ex­peri­men­tal group of 30 patients and a control group of 30 patients.


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group and Control Group

In addition to the conventional treatment with diet and insulin preparations the 30 children in the experimental 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.
19 children (64%) experienced in this way a significantly faster insulin process stabilization and adaptability to the new state than the chil­dren in the control group.



 

Investigators:

Dr. med. Tatjana Homitschuk