Sound Healing

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Sound Healing

Sure, some sounds are soothing (like ocean waves or wind chimes) while others are downright jarring (like a traffic jam or your neighbor’s new violin hobby). But can sounds actually heal you? Here’s the scoop on the trend.
 

What is sound healing? In short, it’s a practice that uses vibrations (vocal or instrumental-like gongs, Tibetan singing bowls and tuning forks) in order to relax your mind and body. Some proponents also believe it can relieve certain ailments, including anxiety and insomnia. Sound healers (often called “sounders”) say that it works by lowering blood pressure, improving circulation and reducing respiratory rates. Science says, well, not a lot. While there are plenty of studies on the benefits of music and meditation on well-being, few large-scale clinical studies have looked at sound healing in particular.
 

Why is it so trendy right now? Like a lot of other wellness practices (mindfulness meditationcrystals, etc.), sound healing is having a major moment right now—but it’s actually been used by cultures like the Aboriginal peoples in Australia and Tibetan monks for centuries. 

Benefits of Sound Healing

Healing with sound can improve or cure many ailments including:


 








It can also bring about:






 

 
  • Autism

  • Depression

  • Learning disabilities

  • Anxiety disorder

  • Stress

  • PTSD

  • Pain

  • Clarity and balance

  • Relaxation

  • Improved memory and concentration

  • Improved sleep

  • A stronger immune system

  • Improved creativity

  • Heightened awareness, both of the self and the environment

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