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No innovation has gained such a fast foothold and recognition among medical experts as the utilisation of the natural laws of harmony.

When one considers that the term Medical Resonance Therapy Music was only coined 10 years ago, and then looks at the present level of documen-tation on research and developments in this new branch of medi-cine, and the statements of leading medical experts from many fields, then it is also worth-while examining the causes for such enor-mous medical success more closely.

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On the basis of the objective scientific research and the clinical observations this programme was designed for people suffering from burn out syndrome related to stress

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Prof. Dr. med. Gennadij M. Butenko
Digital Pharmaceutics
armonic Information
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Medical Resonance Therapy Music®
– Gerontology

“Emotional stress and psycho-logical disadaptation, which lead to neurotic disorders and which must be clinically treated, are common to many illnesses and represent a serious problem in modern society and medicine.


Prof. Dr. med. G. M. Butenko

Scientific Director of the
Institute for Gerontology
at the Ukraine Academy
of Sciences
and head of its Laboratory
for Pathophysiology and


If we learn more about the role of this kind of emotional stress in the network of clinical-biological relationships, it could form an important basis for the treatment of many illnesses. As such, an ideal combination of medical and mental treatment is very promising. Among the various psychosomatic methods, Medical Resonance Therapy Music caught our particular attention.

As a result, we carried out a series of pilot studies at our Institute for Gerontology in Kiev, in order to determine the influence of the musicologist and classical composer Peter Huebner’s Medical Resonance Therapy Music on various parameters, such as:


  blood pressure
  reactive fear
  auditory and visual
  short-term memory
  psychomotoric speed
  concentration powers
  visual-motoric co-ordination
  learning capability
  reaction speed


The studies were carried out on middle-aged and older people who were suffering from atherosclerotic encephalopathy.

In this group we saw a beneficial effect of Medical Resonance Therapy Music on the functional status of the central nervous system (please see the individual results of the studies – “The effects of Medical Resonance Therapy Music on older people and middle-aged people with atherosclerotic encephalopathy” available from AAR EDITION), and the beneficial effect manifested both as a relaxation and as an activation.

The following considerations form the theoretical basis for our continuing research: in the course of his life, a person meets numerous conflict situations which lead to disharmony and stress and which are accompanied by the chronic irritation of various sections of the nervous system and the disruption of the somatic processes.

One of the most serious of these health-threatening disorders is the change in the circulatory system, which manifests itself in an increase in arterial blood pressure. However, in the course of evolution, a defence system has developed which protects people from stress damage. Here, it is the opioid-peptide system in particular, which is able to limit the extent of a stress reaction.

We assume that Medical Resonance Therapy Music influences these psycho-emotional areas of the brain which are responsible for stress-relieving processes. Nowadays it is assumed that, on a physiological level, such effects are conveyed via the hormones and transmitters attributed to the neuroendocrine immune cycle: opioids, peptides, stress-related hormones (ACTH, corticosteroides), interleukins.

Therefore, in our future research with Medical Resonance Therapy Music we will study the psycho-emotional status, the circulatory system and the hormone levels.

We would thus like to find out more about the extent to which Medical Resonance Therapy Music might be a useful tool for alleviating the effects of stress and high blood pressure in older people and middle-aged people.”