Micro Music Laboratories
Micro Music Laboratories
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Research Fields in Detail

Vital Energy

Healing-Inducing Effects

Faster Recovery – Miscarriage

Faster Recovery –

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

Psychomotoric Speed

Improved Visual-Motoric

Reaction Precision

Improved Visual
Short-Term Memory

Improved Concentration

Improved Learning Ability



Reduction of Headaches 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 21 had headaches. 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 15 patients were free of headaches, 5 experienced a clear im­prove­ment and 1 patient did not get better. 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 which documents the in­flu­ence of the music.

a) relaxing music
  1. before treatment:
    14 patients with
    severe headaches

  2. after treatment:
    10 patients with
    slight headaches and
    4 patients pain free

b) activating music
  1. before treatment:
    2 patients with strong
    headaches and 7 patients
    with slight headaches

  2. after treatment:
    2 patients with slight
    headaches and 7 patients
    without headaches



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