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Sound Therapy

In nature, everything is made of atoms that are in constant motion, and everything has a vibration. Sound is also a vibration, as are your emotions and thoughts.

To put it another way, some sounds make us feel better than others. Whether our conscious minds are aware of it or not, our bodies pick up on these sounds and rhythms and know when to get active and when to slow down.

Sound Therapy

What Is Sound Therapy?

Bio Sound Therapy is a treatment that integrates Biofeedback and soothing aural therapy and is a non-invasive, non-drug, holistic therapy with no side effects, cost-effective and straightforward therapeutic tool. It can cause a wide range of reactions in your body and mind. Some therapists are now employing that notion to assist patients in combating common diseases.

There is evidence that, in addition to being a master chemist, the brain is also a generator of a very complex tone that commands the physical system through frequency.

You can use changed sound frequencies to “hack” your brain waves and help to promote physical fitness. Using specific frequencies and rhythms, you can move your brain from the beta state (general consciousness) to the theta state (relaxed consciousness) and even the delta state (where internal healing can take place).

All of our neurons in the brain fire at different frequencies based on the data they receive from things around us. These vibrations have an effect on every cell in your body. The way you react to certain sounds and vibrations in your body can have a positive effect on your physical, emotional, and mental health.

How does sound therapy work?

Sound waves or vibrations created by certain tools, such as tuning forks, singing bowls, gongs, can actually change your brainwave frequencies. Vibration is measured in units of hertz (hertz), the identical unit in which sound is measured. Humans hear frequencies ranging from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz, but that does not mean we are not affected by the limit.

Then there is the basic anatomy. Dr. Martinez Perez said: “In your ear, there is the vestibulocochlear nerve (the main parasympathetic nerve in the body), which connects to the Vagus nerve,” (Reminder: Your parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for relaxation and digestion, such as lowering blood pressure, reducing stress, and relaxing muscles.). He says, “These Vagus nerves help regulate hormone release, inflammation, blood glucose levels, blood pressure, heart rate, and digestion.”

The Vagus nerve has a small branch that goes directly to the tympanic membrane, which vibrates in reaction to sound waves. That means that every sound you process with your ears delivers information to your Vagus nerve.

Why does that all matter?

Vagus nerves that are blocked or inactive are harmful to your health. Stimulating it at the proper frequency will return your body to normal.

Sound therapists have effectively treated a wide range of conditions, including stress, Parkinson’s disease, and hormone imbalances.

Benefits Of Sound Therapy

Here are the top ten benefits that you can get from sound therapy:

1.Relief from stress

Relief from stress

One of the most significant benefits of sound therapy is stress relief. By replenishing brain energy with high-frequency sounds, the soothing sounds help you re-tune your brain to cope with stress better.

2. Fewer headaches

Fewer headaches

Many people utilize sound therapy to lessen the effects of chronic headaches and migraines. It can also treat the root causes of many headaches, such as stress and high blood pressure. One study found that after two weeks of therapy, adults suffering from migraines had relief from their symptoms.

3. Boost confidence

Sound therapy can help you create new, positive patterns in your brain, which can enhance your confidence. You will be able to face new difficulties with confidence and make necessary changes in your life.

4. It gives you more focus


Sound therapy can also assist you in regaining your focus in your life. This is accomplished by reducing the frequency of your brain waves, allowing you to focus more effectively. This can help you not just with day-to-day activities, but it can also be used to improve athletic performance.

5. More Energy


Much of how you feel is linked to signals sent by your brain throughout your body. A stressed body feels tired and fatigued, and our ears are one of the key organs that influence stress levels. Sound therapy provides stimulating sounds to the brain, motivating it to release latent energy.

6. Improved relationships with others


Too much stress is one of the leading causes of relationship breakdowns in the family, work, and everywhere else we engage with others. With the help of sound therapy, you can reduce your stress levels and focus more on developing and maintaining relationships.

7. Think more clearly

Thinking Clearly

Sound therapy can help you think clearer and avoid the temptation to rely on self-destructive and addictive behaviours by using specific frequencies to help regulate brain function. A healthy mind encourages a healthy body, and you can stop the pattern of negative thinking and habits to enjoy a calmer and more focused life.

8. Improve organization skills.

Obviously, when your brain is more focused and has ‘less going on,’ you can take charge of your everyday responsibilities on a whole new level.

9. Improved attention span

Improved attention span

Many parents who have children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), speech or language issues have discovered that sound therapy has many benefits. This is due to the fact that sound therapy can help retrain the brain to listen more efficiently and focus attention on tasks.

10. Get relief from common ailments.

Because most of the ailments and health problems we experience these days are stress-related, you can gain treatment from them by employing sound therapy on a regular basis. Stress and anxiety are linked to a variety of health issues, including hypertension, stomach pain, depression, and joint pain. When the correct sounds vibrate throughout the body, they create a healing environment in which the body and mind begin to heal themselves.

11. Help with Weight Loss

Help with Weight Loss

Background music with binaural beats at 295.8 Hz is indicated for dissolving fat cells throughout the body. This frequency may end up assisting your body in burning through more fat cells while also improving the health of your metabolism. Essentially, your body and brain will begin resonating with certain sound frequencies, allowing weight loss to occur naturally.

12. Sound therapy linked to reduced BP, better heart rate variability

According to research presented at the American Heart Association’s Council on Hypertension Scientific Sessions, a non-invasive neurotechnology sound therapy was associated with lower blood pressure and enhanced heart rate variability in a small, early-stage trial.

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