Title of article:  Effect of different frequencies of music on blood pressure regulation in spontaneously hypertensive rats. Authors: Kayo Akiyama & Den’etsu Sutoo Publication: Neuroscience Letters  Publication volume & date: Vol. 487 Issue 1. 3 January 2011. Pages 58-60   DOI: doi:10.1016/j.neulet.2010.09.073

The authors monitored the blood pressure of “spontaneously hypertensive rats” and determined that by listening to Mozart’s Divertimenti in D Major (K 205), at the correct frequency, blood pressure could be reduced.

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