Sounds and human health are closely related. People learned about this connection at the time of the birth of traditional medicine.
Native American shamans fought ailments through the rhythmic sound of drums and tambourines. Ancient Egyptian doctors played musical instruments, and the ancient Greeks treated the disorders of the nervous system with the sounds of a trumpet.
Sound healing still exists in China. In many hospitals in the process of disease prevention, special healing syllables are pronounced rhythmically.
Something similar is practiced in India. In the system of Indian religious and philosophical worldviews, individual sounds are used to treat diseases, the therapeutic effect of which is based on the energy vibrations they create. Such combinations are called mantras, and the most famous of them is the OM mantra.
The Tibetans, in turn, have long used “singing” bowls for healing. This unusual musical instrument is popular in many Asian countries today. It is used for various medical practices, yoga, meditation, and relaxation. Tibetan bowl treatment is a reality.
Today, various sounds are used as a treatment of nervous ailments, to alleviate the condition of patients and to enhance the protective abilities of the body. The impact of sounds on human health is difficult to overestimate. Sound healing techniques become more and more popular. People feel the healing power of sound and realize that vibration treatment is the easiest way to normalize their health!
Scientists have discovered that when sounds are applied to the human body, whether it is beautiful music, birds singing, or a bell ringing, the phenomenon of bioresonance occurs. The therapeutic effect happens due to the frequency fluctuations of various sounds that resonate with various organs of the body.
For example, music can calm and cheer you up. Musical therapists explain the therapeutic effect of melodics by the bioresonance compatibility of sounds with vibrations of individual organs and body systems.
For emotional overload, compositions in which harp sounds are present are recommended, for kidney pathology - treatment with cello sound; for liver and spleen disease – a sound of the violin, and to treat back pain – the measured beating of drums.
Another area of sound therapy is the treatment with sounds of nature. This is especially useful for residents of megalopolises, who are constantly surrounded by annoying, unpleasant sounds of big cities. Treating vegetovascular dystonia, it is recommended to listen to the sounds of the forest and fields, the buzzing of bees, mountain echo, or the clock ticking. The sound of crackling firewood helps allergy sufferers and asthmatics. For diseases of the heart and blood vessels, it is recommended to listen to a nightingale singing.
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