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Peter Hübner - Micro Music Laboratories

Stress-Reducing Effects of the
Medical Resonance Therapy Music®

The Academy of Sciences
in cooperation with the
United Nations
World Health Organization

International conference on

The Academy of Sciences, Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology

Presentation: Prof. Dr. med. G. Gerassimowitsch /
Prof. Dr. med. W. Sidorenko, Medical University, Minsk

Com­pared to con­ven­tional treat­ment with drugs, Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® has proven it­self to be four times more ef­fec­tive in re­spect of the re­duc­tion of the physio­logi­cal mani­fes­ta­tions of stress in female pa­tients who un­dergo gy­ne­co­logi­cal sur­gery. Due to its su­pe­rior ef­fec­tive­ness, Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® also re­duced the length of hos­pi­tal stay by 20-25%. Fur­ther­more, it also has proven it­self eight times as ef­fec­tive as con­ven­tional treat­ment in re­spect of the im­prove­ment in the psy­cho­logi­cal status and has led to the res­to­ra­tion of nor­mal men­tal func­tions in pa­tients who had ex­hibited a dis­turbed men­tal pro­file.

Key words: Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic, pre-op­era­tive stress, post-op­era­tive stress, stress-re­duc­ing ther­apy, cor­ti­sol, length of hos­pi­tal stay, seda­tives, hyp­not­ics, psy­cho­logi­cal status

High stress lev­els in post-op­era­tive pa­tients are as­so­ci­ated with a mass of nega­tive health and socio-eco­nomic con­se­quences. This ap­plies par­ticu­larly to the ex­tent of the pre- and post-op­era­tive stress in women who un­dergo gy­ne­co­logi­cal sur­gery.

Stress-re­lated prob­lems are com­monly treated with nu­mer­ous me­di­ca­tions, in­clud­ing tran­quil­liz­ers, hyp­not­ics and an­al­ge­sics. These can, how­ever, have un­de­sired side-ef­fects and, in some cases, lead to long-last­ing de­pend­ency prob­lems.

It was al­ready rec­og­nized a con­sid­er­able time ago that mu­sic can re­duce stress and pain and im­prove the mood. It has now been shown that here the Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® by the clas­si­cal com­poser and mu­si­colo­gist Peter Hübner of­fers unique ad­van­tages – a rec­og­ni­tion which is sup­ported by the ex­ten­sive ex­peri­ence gained in vari­ous set-ups for ex­peri­ments com­mis­sioned in the last 5 years in­clud­ing, amongst oth­ers, stud­ies in Minsk, Bela­rus.

The Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® method is based on na­ture ori­en­tated and ho­lis­tic prin­ci­ples, first de­scribed by the Greek scholar Pythagoras. The ef­fect of these prin­ci­ples has now been en­hanced through the ap­pli­ca­tion of highly de­vel­oped tech­nol­ogy which makes use of the lat­est ad­vances in com­puter tech­nol­ogy for mu­si­cal syn­the­sis.

Dur­ing the past years, Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® has been suc­cess­fully used as the main method of stress-re­duc­tion be­fore and af­ter op­era­tions for many dif­fer­ent dis­or­ders and un­der vari­ous clini­cal con­di­tions.

In or­der to ob­tain ob­jec­tive sub­stan­tia­tion for the nu­mer­ous con­cur­ring re­ports about the sub­jec­tively ex­peri­enced bene­fi­cial ef­fects of Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic, sci­en­tific stud­ies were ul­ti­mately car­ried out. These stud­ies were also in­tended to find out ways in which, through a bet­ter un­der­stand­ing of the ac­tive mecha­nisms in­volved in the physi­ol­ogy, one might in­crease the ef­fec­tive­ness of the method still fur­ther.

In the study pre­sented, Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® was used for women be­fore and af­ter a gy­ne­co­logi­cal op­era­tion, and com­pared with a con­trol group which re­ceived con­ven­tional treat­ment with drugs. The cor­ti­sol level was de­ter­mined on the day of ad­mis­sion, on the day of the op­era­tion and 10-12 days af­ter the op­era­tion.
A sig­nifi­cant de­gree of su­pe­riority of Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® over the me­di­ca­tion could also be ob­served in the post-op­era­tive phase, where the cor­ti­sol lev­els in the con­trol group were low­ered by a fac­tor of 1.7, com­pared with a fac­tor of 2.4 in the Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® Group.

The female pa­tients were also evalu­ated in re­spect of their emo­tional status, for which pur­pose the Min­ne­sota Mul­ti­pha­sic Per­son­al­ity Index (MMPI) was ap­plied. This showed con­sid­er­able in­di­vid­ual dif­fer­ences, which ranged from nor­mal up to se­vere psycho-patho­logi­cal lev­els. In some cases the level of in­di­vid­ual pro­file peaks was as high as 90 t-points.

In the Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® Group, the psy­cho­logi­cal status im­proved in 88.9% of the pa­tients, com­pared to a mere 10% im­prove­ment in the con­trol group. The psy­cho­logi­cal status de­te­rio­rated in 11.1% of the pa­tients in the Mu­sic Ther­apy group and in 20% of the con­trol group. Af­ter ces­sa­tion of the treat­ment with Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic®, the MMPI level never went above 50-55 t-points, in­di­cat­ing a nor­mali­za­tion of the psy­cho­logi­cal status. There were also fewer com­pli­ca­tions aris­ing in the Mu­sic Ther­apy group, and the length of stay in hos­pi­tal for this group was short­ened by 2-3 days.

In re­spect of the stress-re­duc­ing ef­fects of the Medi­cal Reso­nance Ther­apy Mu­sic® by the clas­si­cal com­poser and mu­si­colo­gist Peter Hübner, our ex­peri­ences in Bela­rus thus sub­stan­ti­ate the re­ports of other col­leagues. This is par­ticu­larly true in the case of pa­tients un­der­go­ing sur­gery, and here the method of­fers vari­ous medi­cal and socio-eco­nomic ad­van­tages.

These include an excellent release of stress-re­lated symp­toms, an im­proved psy­cho­logi­cal status, avoid­ance of costs, side-ef­fects and long-term dam­age as­so­ci­ated with me­dici­nal ther­apy, as well as a sig­nifi­cantly re­duced stay in hos­pi­tal. We be­lieve that the un­usual cost-ef­fec­tive­ness of this new method of ther­apy opens up sig­nifi­cant pos­si­bili­ties, par­ticu­larly where fi­nances tend to be lim­ited.

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