Soundbed therapy is based on the principle of sound’s ability to be extremely healing. Adding soundbed therapy to a healthy regimen can benefit patients in a number of ways. From increasing circulation to decreasing stress, soundbed therapy in Scottsdale can help many different conditions!
Here’s What You Need to Know:
What is Soundbed Therapy?
Sound can bring us into a deep state of relaxation, countering the negative effects of stress. It affects our heart rate, respiration, brain waves, and mood. Did you know that sounds played in harmony can actually move water molecules into a visible pattern? This phenomena is known as ‘resonance’. Imagine what these audio waves could do to your body’s cells! Our bodies are 60% water; cells not only live in a watery environment, they are largely made of water. Water transmits the sound and vibrations efficiently while you lie comfortably on the sound bed. The sound frequencies gently permeate your cells, leaving you in a state of relaxation, with decreased pain and anxiety.
Where did Soundbed Therapy come from?
Using sound as therapy has a long and rich history, dating back to ancient times. However, sound healing decreased in use in the western world until the 1930s. It was around that time that acoustic researchers discovered ultrasound and its medical properties. Since then, research has increased, and sound therapy is now quickly becoming a new science to be explored. There is now a considerable amount of research on ultrasound’s healing properties, including the use of it in breaking up kidney stones, and even in shrinking tumors!
Who benefits from Soundbed Therapy?
Soundbed therapy provides a number of benefits, and in just 30 minutes, it can balance your heart rate/blood pressure, increase circulation, reduce chronic muscle tension, energize your moods and emotions, and greatly reduce stress. More specifically, soundbed therapy aids anyone suffering from:
Migraine and Tension Headaches