Biosound Addiction Therapy
Biosound therapy uses specific audio frequencies to affect the brain in different ways.
Traditionally a blanket or weighted blanket is used in conjunction with a dark room and no outside influence. Your sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are affected by different wavelengths of sound. When addiction has you in its grips sometimes the best thing is anything that works. Binaural beats and binaural audio in combination with a unique controlled environment can help you get free from addiction.
Certain sounds effective whether it is coming from a man's voice or a woman's voice vocal prosody has been studied for years.
Our bodies are uniquely tuned to respond to the sounds of the world around us which is interesting that fans sometimes put people to sleep and loud bangs scare us all. This function of sound triggers emotional states that can be controlled with certain kinds of therapies. Biosound therapy is one.
Like being on a train or hearing a low constant sound, biosound therapy creates binaural beats that are able to induce theta-level meditative states. It’s natural for the body to respond to low-frequency vibrations.
When using biosound therapy, creating patterns in the rhythm of heartbeats can help synchronize a patient’s body and nervous system. It creates a feeling of relaxation that allows the body to recovery as well as being a positive affirmation. Those involved in this process may be more mindful or aware of their own bodies.
Does Biosound Help Drug Addiction Recovery Patients?
The goal of therapy is to use precise and synchronized beats of low frequencies to help calm the body and mind. During treatment, it’s common for clients to have anxiety, depression and other symptoms. The biosound technology helps a person switch from a negative emotional state to one of calm or positivity. This can help patients, particularly inpatients in drug addiction programs, the benefit of learning to manage their emotions through this technique.
When you are in the throes of a severe drug addiction, the body is going through its own tumultuous state. Regular vibrational patterns can help add an element of stability to a bioneuronetwork in chaos. Certain frequencies have been proven to elicit emotional and physical responses in the participants in the studies. We aim to use biosound to help you through the darkest times in the addiction process.
It’s helpful in preventing early discharges from patients, and it can help prevent issues during crisis interventions. The appealing factor of this therapy to some is that it’s insurance reimbursable.
After a biofeedback session, patients can move onto what is known as music therapy. This therapy uses vibrations and sound frequencies to promote healing, relaxing meditations, and so on. Once a patient’s mind falls into the theta state, it’s possible to introduce positive affirmations and meditations that can alter thinking and encourage healing.
Can Biosound Therapy Treat Anxiety & Depression?
Biosound therapy is ideal for treating negative mindsets. The goal of biosound therapy is to help change your brain patterns and make them more calm, relaxed, and at peace. The calming effect of biosound therapy can be extremely helpful to those with anxiety, depression, or a low mood, and it also gives these patients time to relax and separate themselves from the stress of that day’s activities.
Some symptoms that biosound therapy is able to treat include:
Part of the benefit of biosound therapy is that it allows patients to become mindful of their own bodies. As patients explore this treatment, it’s possible they may mind music therapy to be particularly beneficial in their lives. With that in mind, they can have their own programs, and even their own systems for biosound therapy, in their own homes, allowing them to step away from their stresses or anxieties, so they can focus on recovery and prevent relapse in times of stress. Music and soundwaves can be used as incredible tools for calming the body and mind.
How Can You Get Started With Biosound Therapy?
Biosound therapy is a relatively new holistic therapy. It is often combined with music therapy and other meditative studies, so attending a rehabilitation clinic that focuses on meditation and holistic recovery is a must if you’d like to participate in a biosound therapy program. Our helpful staff can provide you with the information you need to get started with this program.
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