Vibroacoustic therapy

Vibroacoustic therapy influences the body by emitting low frequency sinusoidal sounds between 30 to 120 Hz. These waves affect the sensitivity and tissue resonance of the body, while the hearing sense is influenced by carefully selected sounds, such as relaxing music or natural soundings (waves, animals, etc).

Vibroacoustic therapy is found to help with:

Adults:
• pain management
• reducing muscle tension and spasms
• easing difficulties in breathing
• lowering elevated blood pressure
• reducing menopausal symptoms
• Alzheimer’s disease
• reducing overall fatigue and exhaustion
• soothing psychosomatic complaints
• different headaches, vertigo
• tinnitus
• treatment of various psychological
disorders (depression, anxiety disorders,
sleeping disorders, selfharming behaviour,
autism)
• overall deep relaxation

Children:
• tension headaches
• stammering
• tics
• enuresis
• encopresis
• treatment of various psychological
disorders (depression, anxiety disorders,
sleeping disorders, selfharming behaviour,
autism)
• overall deep relaxation

Note! Vibroacoustic therapy may be contraindicated for some conditions.

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