Sound Therapy

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Sound therapy is based on the notion that our body, like everything else in the universe, is in constant motion and produces a sound or frequency. When something is vibrating out of harmony, we call it "dis-ease". Sound therapists believe (and clinical research seems to confirm) that it's possible to create the correct natural "resonant" frequency and project it to the portion that is out of tune, causing it to vibrate back to its normal, healthy state. Sounds of nature and music have been widely used in sound therapy (Wikipedia article on Jonathan Goldman).

According to Sound Therapy International, a recent survey reveals that "between 70% and 80% of Sound Therapy Listeners notice an improvement in their sleep. Many insomniacs have experienced an immediate and dramatic improvement in their sleep." This article summarizes research done in the field of sound therapy.

Assistech offers a wide range of sound therapy systems to help you relax, sleep better, manage tinnitus, and alleviate other medical conditions.

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