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The American
Institute of Stress

World Health
Organisation (WHO)

Republic of Belarus

Effect of Medical
Therapy Music
on Most Severe
Sleep Disorders

Effect of Medical
Resonance Therapy Music
on Severe Stroke Patients

Medical Resonance
Therapy Music
Saving Life on the
Intensive Care Ward

Medical Resonance
Therapy Music
Alleviating Osteoarthritis

Medical Resonance
Therapy Music
in the Field of Education



Peter Hübner - Micro Music Laboratories

Effect of Medical Resonance Therapy Music®
on Most Severe Sleep Disorders

Thirty years old, Mrs A first de­vel­oped de­pres­sion due to dif­fi­cult fam­ily situa­tions. She was treated with tran­quil­lis­ers. These calmed her down in the be­gin­ning, but be­cause of the un­changed in­abil­ity to cope with her fam­ily pres­sures, her con­di­tion got in­creas­ingly worse. For many years, Mrs A fol­lowed the ad­vise of her doc­tors to sup­press her de­pres­sion with dif­fer­ent drugs of in­creas­ing dosage, but with poor suc­cess. The de­pres­sion got worse and in ad­di­tion more and more ten­sion and pain­ful ab­domi­nal prob­lems were re­ported. Mrs A. re­ceived a strong drug for en­dogene de­pres­sion. In the fol­low­ing 5 years she de­vel­oped an im­mense urge to sleep. Her wak­ing times were re­duced to a few hours and her so­cial and fam­ily life came to a stop. The change of me­di­ca­tion to neu­ro­lep­tica and an in­pa­tient treat­ment at a uni­ver­sity hos­pi­tal for many month pro­vided only lit­tle help. Soon Mrs A. was only awake for one hour per day.

At her 60th birth­day Mrs A’s daugh­ter got her a cd-player and sev­eral mu­sic prepa­ra­tions of MRT-Mu­sic as a birth­day pre­sent. Al­though in the be­gin­ning no re­sults be­came ob­vi­ous, the mother was treated with the mu­sic regu­larly. Af­ter 3 months of treat­ment first re­sults were that Mrs A. slept less. She started to take part in fam­ily life again, to show in­ter­est in dif­fer­ent things and to un­der­take ac­tivi­ties on her own – some­thing which had not been the case for nearly 20 years.

18 months af­ter the start of the treat­ment with the mu­sic prepa­ra­tions her sleep was nor­mal, ten­sion and pain in the ab­do­men were gone. She rode alone by bus to the next city to visit her daugh­ter, over­looked the home­work of her grand­chil­dren of her son and started ac­tivi­ties with her old friends.

For an un­der­stand­ing of these re­sults the re­search find­ings of Prof. Dr. med. Hildebrandt of the In­sti­tute for Re­ha­bili­ta­tion Re­search at the Uni­ver­sity of Mar­burg in Ger­many are of help. In his work “Chro­no­bi­ologi­cal As­pects of Mu­sic Physi­ol­ogy" (23) he shows, how the or­gan­ism is widely ruled by har­monic or­gani­sa­tion prin­ci­ples, dur­ing re­gen­era­tion and, par­ticu­larly dur­ing sleep. Due to this mu­si­cal or­der of many im­por­tant physio­logi­cal proc­esses Prof. Hildebrandt calls the hu­man body a mu­sic physi­ol­ogy.

Since MRT-Mu­sic de­picts these har­monic pat­terns mu­si­cally, they come via the ear to the brain and are rep­re­sented there and via the way of reso­nance, stimu­late the natu­ral re­gen­era­tion proc­esses, which were in dis­or­der in Mrs A. A con­se­quence of a regu­lar stimu­la­tion, step by step, the natu­ral pro­por­tions be­tween the states of con­scious­ness come back. In this way the in­ten­sive posi­tive ef­fects of MRT-Mu­sic on sleep dis­or­ders of the most di­verse kinds can be ex­plained.

The case of Mrs A. and many oth­ers, make clear that mu­sic is not only ex­peri­enced in the wak­ing state but that the acous­tic pat­terns also in­flu­ence the ac­tiv­ity of the brain dur­ing sleep. As soon as the air pres­sure changes have reached, via the me­chani­cal sig­nal paths, the coch­lea, they are trans­formed into bio­elec­tro­chemi­cal im­pulses and start their jour­ney into the com­plex world of the brain – in­de­pend­ent of whether we are asleep, awake or dream­ing.

There­fore it is not as­ton­ish­ing that mu­sic of natu­ral har­monic struc­ture has such a great suc­cess in the nor­mali­sa­tion of states of con­scious­ness be­cause the cog­ni­tive and emo­tional brain sys­tems – as ex­pres­sion of our con­scious­ness – and the brain sys­tems which regu­late the re­gen­era­tion dur­ing sleep, are si­mul­ta­ne­ously stimu­lated by it.

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