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Sound Therapy for Well Being

Sound Therapy Alternative healing

Sound Therapy for Well Being

  • Nov 01, 2021
  • Mental Health, Physical Health

Sound therapy, also known as music therapy, is a healing therapy that uses aspects of music to improve mental health issues and emotional wellbeing. It involves playing an instrument, listening to music, singing along to music, meditating, sound baths, and moving to the beat of the music. Throughout history, music has been used to boost morale in military troops, improve productivity in workers and drive away evil spirits by chanting. 

In recent years, sound or music therapy has grown significantly in popularity due to its effectiveness. Aside from being used to heal physical, emotional, and mental health, it has also proved to be a valuable treatment for certain health conditions, such as dementia, anxiety disorders, some cancers, PTSD, depression, and sleep disorders. There are different types of sound or music therapy, including;

Tuning fork therapy

This type of therapy uses calibrated tuning forks to apply vibrations to different parts of the body to help release tension and promote emotional balance. These vibrations are also effective in increasing the energy towards different body parts that are in the healing process. In addition, turning fork therapy supports relaxation and increases physical energy.

Guided meditation

This form of sound therapy involves meditating voiced instruction in sessions or class or through a video. Meditation involves prayers, chanting, or repeating mantras which aid in reducing stress by helping your mind focus. For instance, repeating the syllable “om,” a popular mantra in yoga, promotes a sense of connectedness with a higher power.

Singing bowls

Singing bowls, otherwise called standing bells, are used for sound healing and to restore the normal vibrational frequency of the body due to the variety of sounds they produce.

Neurologic music therapy

It involves moving, creating, listening, or singing to music which can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. It is mainly used for pain management, brain injuries, and physical rehab. It is administered by a credential provider who first accesses the individual’s needs.

Classical music

This form of sound therapy helps fuel creativity and enhance learning. It also helps to increase the rate of development of the synaptic connections in a person’s mind as well as reduce anxiety levels and tension.

Sound healing is an alternative method of healing and treating stress, depression, anxiety disorders, sleep problems, and PTSD. Through the vibration, the cells in the body are harmonized by sound, which promotes healing and relaxation.

 

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