Peer Reviewed Research
The research examined the Biosound Therapy System, which was designed to enhance the treatment of addiction disorders and symptoms associated with them. The research examined client’s self-reports on the physiological, psychological, and emotional variables shown in the chart below. Each client was presented with a Likert type 10-point scale with 10 being the most severe and 1 being the least and they were to rate themselves both pre-session and post-session. Each response was averaged over all sessions according to the general criteria shown below. A statistical evaluation was performed to determine if readings were statistically significant. There was a statistically significant reduction between their higher pre-session scores, versus their post-session scores.
Other Research Articles
The Impact of the Biosound Therapy System on Post Acute Withdrawal Symdrome
Dr. Dixie Brown, Executive Director of Willow Place For Women in Ashville, NC
Audio Therapy Significantly Attenuates Aberrant Mood in Residential Patient Addiction Treatment: Putative Activation of Dopaminergic Pathways in the Meso-Limbic Reward Circuitry of Humans
Morse S, Giordano J, Perrine K, Downs BW, Waite RL, et al. (2011) Audio Therapy Significantly Attenuates Aberrant Mood in Residential
Patient Addiction Treatment: Putative Activation of Dopaminergic Pathways in the Meso-Limbic Reward Circuitry of Humans. J Addict Res.
Harvard Study on Meditation: Harvard Unveils MRI Study Proving Meditation Literally Rebuilds The Brain’s Gray Matter In 8 Weeks
HRV EEG study: Alpha-rhythm stimulation using brain entrainment enhances heart rate variability in subjects with reduced HRV
Francesco Casciaro, Vincenza Laterza, Sergio Conte, Maria Pieralice, Antonio Federici, Orlando Todarello, Franco Orsucci, Elio Conte