Electronic music facilitates the development of embryos

Researchers from the Moscow IVF clinic included radioshow A State Of Trance DJ Armin van Buuren near 758 embryos in a Petri dish. Music played 24 hours a day. Still 758 embryos were in silence. By the end of the experiment, embryos were one fifth more in the room with music, reports The Daily Mail.

The embryos in the other room also increased. However, they rarely reached the stage where they could successfully implant. Oxford University Professor Dagan wells, studying human embryos more than 20 years, suggests: perhaps the repetitive rhythms of such music contribute to the creation of embryos for the more natural conditions of development.

By the way, earlier the staff of the Medical school of Nottingham University have found that in order to predict the result of IVF, it is sufficient to measure the level of cortisol (stress hormone) in the woman’s hair. The advantage of this method is that it allows us to estimate the concentration of the hormone, established for a long time. It affects a woman’s life. And in the saliva, blood and urine are visible only to short-term changes.

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