Randomized study of the effects of quantum resonance technology application on human psychophysiological parameters
- Journal of Applied Biotechnology & Bioengineering
Korotkov KG,1 Churganov OA,2 GavrilovaEA2
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Objectives: The aim of this study was to demonstrate the beneficial effect of the Quantum Resonance Technology Yippi Wave 3.0 mobile application on the human psychophysiology.
Design: An open, randomized, placebo - controlled trials for two weeks. Participants were measured initially, randomly divided into two groups (test and control) and measured two weeks later after listening to programs twice a day: experimental group - Yippi Wave 3.0 audio mobile application; control group - classical music.
Subjects: 50 apparently healthy adults, age 22 – 56 aged, 18 men and 32women, randomly divided into two groups of 25 people. Randomization was based on the principle of random numbers. The study protocol was approved by the ethics committee of the North-Western Medical University, St. Petersburg, Russia. All participants signed an informed consent form, where a written and oral explanation of the research protocol was provided.
Outcome measures: Physical examination by a therapist, psychological testing, rhythmocardiography, biofield parameters analysis.
Results: Participants using Quantum Resonance Technology (Yippi Wave 3.0) apps for two weeks demonstrated positive changes of psychophysiology parameters, while the participants in the control group demonstrated a negative trend of these parameters.
Conclusions: Quantum Resonance Technology (Yippi Wave 3.0) applications have wellness and energized effects on humans.
psychophysiology, quantum resonance, bio-well, HRV, open, randomized, placebo – controlled