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Music as Medicine

To date, there’s been over 97 studies related to the effect of music on pain and 70 of those studies were randomized controlled trials. These studies evaluated many aspects related to pain including emotional distress, heart rate, blood pressure, pain perception, and the amount of pain medications taken. The conclusion from all this research…. Music can be a valuable complementary treatment for relief of acute pain and chronic pain.

Medicine can come in many forms and the energetic vibrations of sound can provide potent healing benefits. Sound healing uses the vibrations of specific frequencies to promote wellness. It is a proven fact that sound has a powerful impact on matter and Dr. Emoto even studied this fact using the molecular structure of water. For thousands of years, civilizations have used sound to heal and access higher levels of consciousness.

Specific sounds can alter brainwave activities to help people with a variety of conditions from sleep disorders to learning disabilities. The medical community also uses sound and music in a variety of applications such as: during surgery to relieve pain, to break up gall stones and to relax muscles using ultrasound. Doctors are now finding the resonant frequency of organs in order to help vibrate them back into a healthy state.

A 2016 study published in the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology found that fibromyalgia sufferers who listened to music that included sounds of water and waves reported a significant decrease in their pain after two weeks.

  • Try listening to calming music during the day or at times when there’s discomfort in the body.

Sources:

  1. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26245724/
  2. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27760797/

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