The sound frequencies used in these sessions
are based upon Rife sets for resonant therapy
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* Capgras syndrome, delusional misidentification of people.
* Cyclothymia also called cyclothymic disorder, is a type of chronic mood disorder widely considered to be a more chronic but milder or subthreshold form of bipolar disorder. Cyclothymia is characterized by numerous mood swings, with periods of hypomanic symptoms that do not meet criteria for a hypomanic episode, alternating with periods of mild or moderate symptoms of depression that do not meet criteria for a major depressive episode.
* Delusionary parasitosis, type of psychosis producing the mistaken belief that
one is being infested by parasites, such as in Ekbom's syndrome or Morgellons
* Dystonia, neurological movement disorder, in which sustained muscle
contractions cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures.
* Hallucinations, false or distorted sensory experiences that appear to be real
* Huntington's disease, neurodegenerative genetic disorder that affects muscle
coordination and leads to cognitive decline and psychiatric problems.
* Manic-depressive psychosis. Mania is the defining feature of bipolar disorder, and can occur with different levels of severity. With milder levels of mania, known as hypomania, individuals appear energetic, excitable, and may be highly productive. As mania worsens, individuals begin to exhibit erratic and impulsive behavior, often making poor decisions due to unrealistic ideas about the future, and sleep very little. At the most severe level, manic individuals can experience distorted or delusional beliefs about the universe known as psychosis. A depressive episode commonly follows an episode of mania. The biological mechanisms responsible for switching from a manic or hypomanic episode to a depressive episode or vice versa remain poorly understood.
* Munchausen syndrome, condition where someone pretends to be ill or induces
symptoms of illness in themselves.
* Neurosis hypochondriacal, excessive preoccupancy or worry about having a serious illness.
* Sexula libido boost. There is no widely accepted measure of what is a healthy level for sex desire. Some people want to have sex every day, or more than once a day; others once a year or not at all. However, a person who lacks a desire for sexual activity for some period of time may be experiencing a hypoactive sexual desire disorder or may be asexual.
* Synesthesia, condition in which one type of sensory stimulation creates
perception in another sense.
Algorithmic piano music mixed with sound frequencies.