Johns Hopkins Recommends Sound-Based Strategies to Aid in COVID-19 Recovery

sound healing Jan 03, 2022

Lung health is on everyone’s mind these days, rightfully so.

And ever since the pandemic began, I’ve been on the lookout for things you can do at home to both protect and strengthen your lungs.

Especially since many of the studies published over the past few months have indicated that improving lung capacity is one of the best ways to protect yourself in this age of COVID-19.

And now, Johns Hopkins—one of the most trusted medical authorities in the nation—just recommended a safe, simple, drug-free treatment approach to help COVID-19 survivors.

I’m talking about the regenerative power of sound!

Today, I’ll share with you the top science-backed ways you can safely protect—or rebuild—your lung health while we all navigate a “new normal.”


Johns Hopkins recommends humming for COVID-19 recovery

Perhaps it was an omen, but one of my last in-person meetings before COVID-19 was with my friend and colleague, Dan.

I made the drive from Pennsylvania to meet him in Baltimore at a coffee shop near Johns Hopkins University.

We brainstormed how we could work together to help educate more people about the healing potential associated with sound and vibration.

Now, six months later, that very same university has released a comprehensive collection of exercises to help people recovering from the novel virus… Specifically exercises to help people regain their lung capacity.

And one of the top-recommended exercises is humming, a sound-based strategy I often write about. I’ll guide you through my go-to humming exercise in just a moment. But first, let’s take a closer look at the science behind humming.


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