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Clinical depression has the symptoms of fear, anxiety, stress, frustration, despair, guilt, exhaustion, pain and anxiety. Many times is the road to suicide. Depression is a huge threat to human health. Every person has time lapses with depression. But how can we cure us, definitively? This is the question that matters.

Depression is linked to the lack of certain neurotransmitters, which produce dopamine, serotonin and noradrenaline. With a special type of sound therapy, we can activate the neurons and some parts of the brain, which affect the disease. For example, if we increase the dopamine and serotonin production, we should also increase the feeling of happiness. But this is not the final stage. In depression, the synapses of the neurons are not firing correctly, meaning that electromagnetic pulses are not passed through the transmitters systematically, and the neurochemicals are out of balance. If we proceed, systematically, for the goal of the absolute balance, we will face this problem.



Tales of the inexpressible

Dr. Michael Koenigs, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, removed the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, a part of the brain, from some of his patients. This specific part is responsible for mood and the social functions of a person, and it is believed that people with vmPFC damage are more anxious and fearful. But, let’s be more optimistic.

Photo of Dr. Mike Koenigs

Photo of Dr. Mike Koenigs. (

An important treatment of most psychological illnesses, that affect our behavior, like depression, is based on the hearing of specific sounds. In the near future, this will be the new type of medicine. “The deeper the blue becomes, the more strongly it calls man towards the infinite, awakening in him a desire for the pure and, finally, for the supernatural... The brighter it becomes, the more it loses its sound, until it turns into silent stillness and becomes white” Wassily Kandinsky.

The abstract conclusion is that you have to shape the conditions around you, so that you have a healthy interaction with the external environment. These sounds help in this direction. If we combine this innovation with the establishment of the hypothesis that you can configure, appropriately, every perception, then you will complete the goal.

Listen to the sound of silence

Ultrasound to the head has effects on brain functions and, consequently, on the mood. Gamma waves are produced, when a frequency is greater than 40 Hz. These waves are correlated with alertness, consciousness, and high mental activity. With frequencies between 12-39 Hz, are the beta waves. Alpha waves measure between 7-12 Hz, and the person feels relaxed. Theta waves measure at 4-7 Hz and delta waves have a frequency of less than 4 Hz.

Depression is a mental illness that involves the body, mood, thoughts and feelings. People with a depressive illness, are vulnerable to all the other diseases and we have to cure them, immediately. Without treatment, symptoms can last forever. Low-frequency noise (LFN) has been shown to have important health effects everywhere, including vertigo, disturbed sleep, stress, hypertension, and heart rhythm disorders. If we control our emotions we would be able to control everything. Maybe, this is the solution. So, how far we can go?

“People are going deaf because music is played louder and louder, but because they're going deaf, it has to be played louder still”
-Milan Kundera

Top Image: Young girl listening to music. (Public Domain)

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Nikos Dimitris Fakotakis

Fakotakis Nikos Dimitris received his BSc-MEng in Computer and Information Engineering from the Polytechnic School of Patras, Greece, in 2015. He is currently a PhD student in the Wireless Communication Laboratory of the same department. His research interests are in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Human Computer Interaction. In parallel with his studies he has been working as computer and network engineer, database administrator, and software developer (Java, python, etc.).Read More

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