What do Olympic athletes, astronauts, and grandmas in nursing homes have in common? Scientific studies have shown how these groups have all benefited from Vibrational Sound Therapy. Vibrational Sound Therapy is an easy way to gain more health benefits without extra time.
VST is Beneficial for clients with fibromyalgia, arthritis, MS, geriatric, or recovering from cancer.
During VST the body will absorb waves of vibration into its tissue, allowing the body to relax & repair itself instead of responding to outside concerns. Like meditation, VST helps us be internally aware, while being more present in the moment and more connected with our surroundings. VST takes you right into the Theta & Delta brainwave state.
What Is Vibrational Sound Therapy?
Sound vibration, is gaining popularity and has been heavily studied by the scientific community. Vibrational Sound Therapy is a method of deep relaxation that can relieve stress and improve emotional well-being. Vibrational sound Therapy (VST) combines powerful vibration and tones to induce immediate relaxation
During a treatment the circulatory, nervous, lymphatic, and muscle systems are all activated. The vibrations contract muscles and tendons by stimulating certain receptors. The body is continually trying to adjust and balance itself.
Because sound vibration activates so many of the body’s different systems, it has a ton of benefits. There are hundreds of studies pointing to the therapy’s benefits, while more research is still on going.
Anyone who has ever boarded a ship knows firsthand what the term “sea legs” means. Sound vibration works in much the same way to improve balance and decrease fall risk. The therapy significantly improves balance and posture control, especially in the elderly and physical therapy patients Combined with the Grounding Bowl and Tuning Forks. Gait can be affected by poor muscle contraction, improper circulation, or neurological disorders.
More Comfortable Joints
VST may be able to help with joint pain and arthritis. It can strengthen muscles and improve flexibility, including around the knee and other joints. Studies show that flexibility can decline up to 50% in certain joints by age 70. However, sound therapy has been shown to improve both joint strength and flexibility. Rheumatoid arthritis sufferers saw an improvement in both fatigue and ability to function after using sound therapy.
Sound therapy doesn’t just increase blood circulation, but the secretion and circulation of specific hormones as well. Several studies have demonstrated an increase in growth hormones following sound vibration therapy. Severely disabled individuals who were exposed to sound vibration therapy saw a significant decrease in stress and anxiety.
The increase in circulation, growth hormones, and other factors during sound therapy has a positive effect on bones. A study of post-menopausal women found that it increased bone mineral density in the hip area. Another study found improvements in the density of both the hips and lower spine.
Help for Diabetics
The gentle vibrations also increase circulation to the limbs to help diminish the pain and damage associated with diabetic neuropathy. These benefits are also helpful for pre-diabetics to potentially improve insulin resistance, as part of a diabetes reversing program. The benefits are best seen with consistent treatment.
Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, have a history of seizures, blood clotting issues, tumors, or have a pacemaker.
About Carol: Carol Morissette the owner of Healthy Alternatives Wellness Center at 4358 Culver Rd Rochester, NY. I opened Healthy Alternatives because I wanted to help others take their health back naturally. H.A.W.C. offers Sound Healing Guided Meditations, Reiki, Yoga, Thermo Therapy, Integrated Energy Therapy, Raindrop, allergy reduction, Ionic foot detox, Massage. H.A.W.C. offers wellness through stress reduction using, mindfulness, meditation, with vibrational sound and a variety of workshops and presentations within the sound healing school. She is the only licensed massage therapist in Western New York to be certified in vibrational sound massage & Vibrational Sound Therapy. Carol completed her certification in Vibrational Sound Massage through the Vibrational Sound Association at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Carol's website: www.HealthyAlternativesRochester.com