What is 'Sound Therapy'?
Posted on 04 May 2018
sound therapy is used in many cultures throughout the world for centuries, because of it's profound healing properties
Binaural beats are like optical illusions for the ears. Two separate auditory tones with equal amplitude and slightly differing frequencies. So when listening to binaural beats (from Latin “with both ears”), it often feels like your left ear is hearing a slightly different tone from your right ear, therefore you perceive a beat not present in the music you listen to.
Researchers are continually studying the physiological effects of binaural beats on humans. Binaural beats can have a profound effect on reducing cortisol levels (the stress hormone) and even physical pain, to improving sleep, enhancing memory, and promoting overall happiness and relaxation.
Dr. Vincent Giampapa (American Board of Anti-Ageing Medicine) recorded the hormone levels in 19 participants, while they underwent binaural beats sound therapy.
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