SOUND THERAPY


Sound Therapy Also called music therapy, it is an innovative listening technique treatment based on the recent knowledge about the brain and sound. Sound therapy is a form of self-therapy that can be utilized by any person.

This expressive therapy consists on listening highly filtered music to stimulate the neurological system and invigorate the ear. This is possible through the regular fluctuation of tones, but with low volume. Practitioners recommend the utilization of headphones instead of speakers.

Sound therapy enhances energy and relaxation, relieves anxiety and fatigue, generates a sense of well-being, heightens mental abilities, improves voice quality, balance and hearing and helps in self-awareness and interpersonal relations.

The self-help sound doesnít interfere with other activities and can be listened at any time of day. There are music therapists in almost all areas of the helping professions. Despite there are references of Music therapy since the 10th century, its present form has been designed in the United States in 1944.




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