anxietyStress is what happens when fear or anxiety become a constant state. The physiological effects include contracted muscles, increased heart rate and constricted breathing. The adrenal system is over taxed and blood pressure rises. Stress interferes with the body’s natural flow of energy. It cuts down our available energy and forces us to function on adrenaline.

Sudden loud noises trigger a fight-or-flight response: The heart pumps harder, blood pressure rises, and the body releases stress hormones including adrenaline and cortisol.

However, even predictable, continual machine noise such as air conditioners, factory noise or household appliances, adds to our overall stress levels.

Sound Therapy is a great, easy way to counteract the effect of stress. Regular Sound Therapy listening reduces the build up of stress beyond the level that is healthy for the body.

Sound Therapy reduces stress by:

  • Recharging the cortex of the brain with high frequency sound
  • Releasing latent energy in the brain
  • Enhancing focus and concentration
  • Improving the quality of sleep
  • Reducing negative mind chatter
  • Enhancing inner calm and positive emotions

The brain is calmed so obsessive thinking and mind chatter is reduced. A state that is closer to meditation can be achieved easily and retained throughout the day. Sound Therapy helps to reduce stress by replenishing brain energy with high frequency sound. When we have enough brain energy we can handle situations more easily and there is less need for stress. Sound Therapy users report that they can deal better with demanding situations requiring multi-tasking and fast responses but can feel serene while doing it.

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