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  STRESS – The Epidemic of modern Society                                                   Page 1 2 3 4

Stress is an unavoidable consequence of living, and if you can’t fight and you can’t flee, you have to learn to flow. I encourage all of you, and especially patients with heart disease, to discover how the Medical Resonance Therapy Music can help you cope with stress, so that you will become more productive, rather than self destructive, and enjoy a much improved quality of life.

Prof. Dr. med. Paul J. Rosch
President of the American Institute of Stress
Clinical Professor of
Medicine and Psychiatry
New York Medical College




With kind permission of AAR EDITION


Medical Resonance Therapy Music is based on the Pythagorean principle that the harmony laws of the microcosm of music are resonant with those that govern the macrocosm of the universe, and can stimulate the natural wisdom of the body to restore homeostasis. However, theories don’t have to be correct, only facts do, and the facts are that this unique modality can provide numerous physical and emotional benefits.

“Although the mechanism of action is not clear, the wide variety of rewards that have been achieved suggests an ability to activate the awesome potential for self healing and purposeful rege-neration that resides in all of us.”

Stress-Reducing Effects of the Medical Resonance Therapy Music®

“As has been convincingly demonstrated  in  carefully
conducted scientific studies using Medical Resonance
Therapy Music, certain types of musical compositions
can relieve stress and anxiety in patients about to undergo surgery, in surgeons while they are operating, and to improve immune system function, and reduce pain and post operative complications as well as duration of hospitalization.”

Reading, aromatherapy, engaging in hobbies, volunteer work, may also lower stress levels, and you have to find out what works best for you. This is especially important for patients with coronary heart disease. A recent report in the American Journal of Cardiology showed that men suffering from severe angina improved significantly with meditation. Numerous other studies confirm that walking, regular exercise, music, and other stress reduction activities can also remarkably reduce risk for heart attacks and sudden death.


Stress is an unavoidable consequence of life.

There are some stresses you can do something about and others you can’t. The trick is in learning how to distinguish between the two. The best way to accomplish this is to take time to write down all the things that you find stressful in your life. Then separate them into two lists; those you can’t possibly hope to avoid or influence, and others that you might be able to control.

Try not to become preoccupied with the first list. If a loved one dies, it’s obviously stressful, but there is nothing you can do about it. Prioritize the items on the second list, so that you can use your time and talents more effectively, rather than being like Don Quixote, tilting at windmills.

If one of the items on this list is that what could be a 15 minute commute to work takes you an hour each way because of traffic jams, you could go to your superior and ask if you can come in and leave one hour earlier. If that’s not possible, then instead of fuming and honking your horn, utilize this time productively to listen to a CD of a book you haven’t had time to read, learn a foreign language, or benefit from the powerful stress reduction effects of the Medical Resonance Therapy Music.

Although the mechanism of action is not clear, the wide variety of rewards that have been achieved suggests an ability to activate the awesome potential for self healing and purposeful regeneration that resides in all of us.


   the most cost-effective
   scientifically researched
   remedy worldwide

  • pleasant to use
  • without any harmful
  • but: it still
    has to be applied
 Basis Programme
General Stress Symptoms
On the basis of the objective scientific research and the clinical observations this programme was designed for people suffering from stress

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