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Sound Healing Meaning & Usage

Sound therapy refers to a range of therapies in which sound is used to treat physical and mental conditions. One of these therapies is music therapy, which can involve a person listening to music for conditions such as stress and muscle tension. Music is one component of this therapy. In this therapy, sound wave vibrations are used to treat physical and mental conditions. In general, this therapy is based on the theory that all of life vibrates, including people's bodies. When a person's healthy resonant frequency is out of balance, physical and emotional health is affected. Treatment by sound waves is believed to restore that healthy balance to the body. Healing is done by transmitting beneficial sound to the affected area. The healing sound may be produced by a voice or an instrument such as electronic equipment, chanting bowls, or tuning forks.

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Benefits of Sound Healing (Depression & Anxiety)

  • Sound healing is believed to help in the treatment of stress, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep problems, and chronic pain. 
  • According to sound healing practitioners, through vibration, the cells in the body are being harmonized by sound, thus promoting healing.
  • There are several techniques that are being used in sound healing. Sound therapy as a treatment for depression can be a really useful tool and help a sufferer walk along a pathway that will set him or her free and guide them on the road to recovery.
  • Using meditation along with sound healing is particularly potent because it can stimulate the left side of the brain which activates feelings of happiness and lifts a person’s spirit, allowing them to clear negative thoughts and emotions.
  • It is often hard to break free from the cycle of depression as it can become a physiological cycle of a chemical imbalance as well as it being a mental issue.
  • By increasing the dopamine and serotonin levels in your brain, this actively increases the neurotransmitters in the brain, lowering depression and increasing positive feelings of joy and happiness.
  • Sound healing enables the brain to produce more of these neurotransmitters, opening a gateway for the sufferer to break free.
  • Often the hard wiring of the nervous system in the right side of the brain can become overly active. Binaural beat sound healing can bring brainwave activity into balance, and the symptoms of depression can be reduced.
  • People suffering from depression often have a slow wave brain activity, such as Alpha and Theta.
  • By increasing faster brainwave frequencies, such as Beta and Gamma, the symptoms of depression can be reduced. However, when we are looking at depression that is combined with Psychosis, the opposite effect needs to be prescribed.
  • A psychotic brain is far too fast paced and requires the brainwaves and neurotransmitters to become slower. Binaural beats are particularly effective in this situation alongside the use of brainwave entrainment and vibration therapy.
  • When the brainwaves start to resonate at the same frequency as the binaural sound being heard, this can temporarily change a brainwave pattern from a psychotic pattern into a healthy pattern and there for reduce symptoms of psychosis, depression and anxiety leaving you feeling refreshed, calm and relaxed.
  • The power of vibration frequency is particularly potent when looking at healing your own personal psychosis because depression sufferers can become ‘within themselves’ and become less likely to reach out to others.
  • A form of detachment from society can become quite crippling and causes a myriad of other symptoms making it harder to break free.