Vibroacoustic therapy is a holistic and integrative wellness platform that uses harmonic low sound frequencies. Vibroacoustic therapy is a holistic and integrative wellness platform that uses harmonic low sound frequencies. Some sources call it pseudo-science, and the TEDx talk by renowned vibroacoustics researcher Lee Bartel was considered outside the TED Talk guidelines. Technology designers and researchers are finding that relaxation is a significant result of the use of vibroacoustic technology.
Vibroacoustic devices come in various forms, including beds, chairs, pillows, mats, wristbands, portable backpacks, and simple DIY platforms. As you float on the water waves in incredible comfort, your body is immersed in soothing sounds and relaxing vibro-acoustic vibrations.
What is the purpose of vibroacoustic therapy?
Researchers from the Center for Rehabilitation Research plan to create an experiment that will systematically examine the proposed effects of vibroacoustic therapy on patients with developmental disorders and challenging behavior. Because of the positive effects of vibroacoustic therapy on patients with this chronic disease, it could become a future treatment and recovery approach for people with gonarthrosis. However, vibroacoustic therapy often uses more subtle sounds of nature and soothing instrumentals without text. The results of the study concluded that “vibroacoustic music reduces challenging behavior in individuals with ASD and developmental disabilities” (The Effects of Vibroacoustic Music on Challenging Behaviors in Patients with Autism and Developmental Disabilities).
He discovered that vibroacoustic therapy is beneficial for conditions such as asthma, autism, cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy, insomnia, pain, and Parkinson’s disease.