It’s called Vibroacoustic Therapy (VAT) and the results from the trials are nothing less than astounding. Using the idea of sounds and vibration, VAT is a form of therapy that uses sound to vibrations tuned and channeled through either a mat or chair embedded with speakers. The recovering addict then plants his or herself on the mat or chair and using computer-generate frequencies, the vibrations are channeled through the patient, focusing specifically on pain and stress points to help in offering the patient relief.
Our bodies our seventy percent water and sounds travel through liquids faster than gas, so the evidence shows that applying Vibroacoustic Therapy is a straighter and to-the-source solution to the problem of addiction that has offered many recovering addicts the effective relief and treatment they’ve been seeking.
If you’re looking to learn more about VAT and the wondrous effects it has for either for either yourself or a loved one, visit their link here for more information.