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Why Sound is World's the Most Overlooked Healing Tool

I believe sound is the most overlooked healing tool in modern medicine… but hopefully not for long.

The good news is, mainstream medicine is finally waking up to the benefits of sound healing.

In fact, in just the past few months, Johns Hopkins—one of the most trusted medical authorities in the world—began recommending sound healing exercises just like the ones I often share —for people recovering from COVID-19. (Link below)

That’s because they work!

Still, more often than not, mainstream medicine fails to educate people about the innate healing tools inside each and every one of us. 

But today, I’m going to teach you about these sacred built-in tools—and how you can use them to jumpstart your own healing in just minutes a day.

Western Medicine is finally acknowledging the power of sound

Alternative medicine is full of stories about treatments that were once ridiculed and rejected—only to become standard practice after years of producing consistent, effective results.

I believe sound healing is following that same path. In fact, over the past few decades, the use of sound frequencies has made its way into a variety of FDA-approved treatments like:

  • Ultrasound healing for tendonitis, kidney stone removal, and glaucoma relief
  • Vagus nerve stimulation for treatment resistant depression, chronic pain, epilepsy, cluster migraines (More on this technique in just a minute.)

And most recently, the use of self-generated sound (like the humming exercise recommended by Johns Hopkins) has helped people all over the world to do things like:

  • Clear plaque from arteries
  • Ease anxiety
  • Improve heart health markers
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Lift depression
  • Stop the onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Pretty remarkable, right?

So let’s take a closer look at what makes sound so effective…

How self-generated sound jumpstarts healing

When you produce self-generated sound, your vocal cords vibrate.

This deep inner-body vibration stimulates the vagus nerve—the longest cranial nerve in your body. This nerve runs down from your brain to your abdomen, touching all of your major organs along the way.

And when you stimulate this nerve, it activates your parasympathetic nervous system. When this happens, your body releases the natural chemicals that make you feel calm and at ease—putting you in the optimal state for healing. This technique is called vagal nerve stimulation (VNS).

VNS can have such a positive impact on whole-body health because it helps move stress out. And the more relaxed you are, the better equipped your body is to do its essential repair work.

Of course, just like any other healthy habit, sound is most effective when you incorporate it into your daily routine.

Fortunately, it’s easy to do. You can even do it while you cook, shower, drive, or run errands.

Effortless sound healing with the Brain Humming Technique

Here’s a simple way you can use sound in your day-to-day life to encourage healing from the inside out.

  1. Take a deep breath and then slowly exhale.
  2. For the next five seconds, be mindful of how you feel.
  3. Place your fingers gently over the sides of your neck.
  4. Breathe in again, then exhale while letting out a humming sound. Hum for the full exhalation. (The vibration you feel in your hands is your vagus nerve being stimulated).
  5. Repeat four times (or more if you’d like).
  6. Close your eyes. Take note of how you feel. What improvements do you notice?

This quick exercise is just one of the many ways you can use the power of VNS to enhance your health.

VNS offers many other benefits too, like clearing sinus congestion, increasing brain focus, promoting restful sleep, relieving neck and shoulder pain, just to name a few.

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Source: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/coronavirus/coronavirus-recovery-breathing-exercises

 

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