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La maggiore fonte di verifica degli effetti delle vibrazioni sonore sul corpo umano sono le centinaia di casi trattati con risultati tangibili e misurabili dagli stessi utenti in molteplici tipologie di disturbi, anche gravi.

La ricerca scientifica, allo stato attuale, ci mette a disposizione studi che validano il nostro approccio, dimostrando la relazione diretta tra le proprietà biofisiche del suono e le funzioni cellulari dell'uomo e degli organismi viventi.
La biofisica, e la bioacustica in particolare, sono materie con ampi margini di indagine e di approfondimento e che destano l'interesse dell'intera comunità scientifica internazionale, impegnata in vari fronti di ricerca in questo settore.
Ma quello che già conosciamo è sufficente ad ottenere risultati sorprendenti, nel campo del benessere e della salute, attraverso l'utilizzo della tecnica bioacustica SoundPNEI®.

Qui sulla destra, un estratto di alcune delle più recenti ricerche scientifiche sugli effetti biologici delle vibrazioni acustiche.

The most important way to monitor the effects of sound vibrations on the human body are the results of hundreds of cases treated. SoundPNEI® users have been able to measure clearly the improvements made in different types of disorders, even severe.

Scientific research, at the current state, has made ​​available the results of studies that validate our approach, demonstrating the direct relationship between the biophysical properties of the sound vibrations and the cellular functions of humans and living organisms.
Biophysics, and in particular bioacoustics, are a matter yet to be deeply investigated that arouses the interest of the entire international scientific community, working, all over the world, on various fronts of research in this area.
But what we already know about, it's enough to obtain surprising results for health and wellness, applying the SoundPNEI® bioacoustic technique .

On the right, an excerpt of some of the latest research on the biological effects of acoustic vibrations.
Direct effects of music in non-auditory cells in culture.

Lestard Ndos R, Valente RC, Lopes AG, Capella MA. Source Institute of Biophysics Carlos Chagas Filho; Institute of Medical Biochemistry, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil.

The results' obtained suggest that music can alter cellular morpho-functional parameters, such as cell size and granularity in cultured cells. Moreover, our results suggest for the 1 st time that music can directly interfere with hormone binding to their targets, suggesting that music or audible sounds could modulate physiological and pathophysiological processes.


Optical measurements of long-range protein vibrations

Gheorghe Acbas, Katherine A. Niessen, Edward H. Snell & A.G. Markelz

Protein biological function depends on structural flexibility and change. From cellular communication through membrane ion channels to oxygen uptake and delivery by haemoglobin, structural changes are critical. It has been suggested that vibrations that extend through the protein play a crucial role in controlling these structural changes. While nature may utilize such long-range vibrations for optimization of biological processes, bench-top characterization of these extended structural motions for engineered biochemistry has been elusive. Here we show the first optical observation of long-range protein vibrational modes. This is achieved by orientation-sensitive terahertz near-field microscopy measurements of chicken egg white lysozyme single crystals.


Growth and physiological characteristics of E. coli in response to the exposure of sound field.

Gu SB, Yang B, Wu Y, Li SC, Liu W, Duan XF, Li MW. Author information: College of Food and Bioengineering, Henan University of Science and Technology, Luoyang, People's Republic of China.

It is undeniable that environmental sonic vibration can affect our emotions and mood, but so far the study of physical stimuli provoked by audible wave on single cells has been rarely concerned. To investigate the response of E. coli to audible wave exposure, the growth status and alterations in antioxidant enzyme activity were studied in liquid culture. The data showed that the growth of E. coli was promoted in the treatments of different frequencies sound wave. The most significant effect on growth promotion appeared when sound wave was maintained at 100 dB and 5000 Hz. Simultaneously, sonic vibration evoked significantly increases the level of total protein content contents.


Life Rhythm as a Symphony of Oscillatory Patterns: Electromagnetic Energy and Sound Vibration Modulates Gene Expression for Biological Signaling and Healing

Affiliations: Visual Institute of Developmental Sciences, Bologna, Italy (Dr Muehsam). National Institute of Biostructures and Biosystems, Visual Institute of Developmental Sciences, Bologna; Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine, University of Bologna (Dr Ventura), Italy.


Biological Effect of Audible Sound Control on Mung Bean (Vigna radiate) Sprout

W. Cai, 1 H. He, 2 S. Zhu, 2 ,* and N. Wang 3 ,*

Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University, 1 Qianhu South Road, Ningbo, Zhejiang 315100, China Key Laboratory of Equipment and Informatization in Environment Controlled Agriculture, Zhejiang University, 866 Yuhangtang Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang 310058, China Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 111 Ag Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078, USA

Audible sound (20-20000 Hz) widely exists in natural world. However, the interaction between audible sound and the growth of plants is usually neglected in biophysics research. Not much effort has been put forth in studying the relation of plant and audible sound. In this work, the effect of audible sound on germination and growth of mung bean (Vigna radiate) was studied under laboratory condition. Audible sound ranging 1000-1500 Hz, 1500-2000 Hz, and 2000-2500 Hz and intensities [80 dB (A), 90 dB (A), 100 dB (A)] were used to stimulate mung bean for 72 hours. The growth of mung bean was evaluated in terms of mean germination time, total length, and total fresh weight. Experimental results indicated that the sound wave can reduce the germination period of mung bean and the mung bean under treatments of sound with intensity around 90 dB and frequency around 2000 Hz and significant increase in growth. Audible soundtreatment can promote the growth of mung bean differently for distinct frequency and intensity.



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