SoundTherapy.com is a treatment for panic attacks that is proven to lower anxiety by 77% on average in hospital research. Our guidance system is used by professionals and has been taught to staff from The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Mayo Clinic, and elsewhere.
Training brain and heart patters with sound rhythms is called sound entrainment, and teaches people to notice the relaxed brain state that we use with free association. When people are in this state, they can imagine or visualize a calmer or different response to a trigger or triggers that lead to panic attacked. In simpler terms, people can unwind thought patterns and beliefs that lead to a panic attack easier.
The sounds also help many other things too. With around 5-10 sessions of listening, people get a new “muscle memory” or their increased relaxed state. With 20-30 sessions, they can do it more intentionally in other situations, and at around 50 hours of practice most adults can do a new physical response automatically (whether it means learning to ski or shift heart and brain patterns in certain situations.
You can learn more or try it for free by signing up at the front page at www.soundtherapy.com.
Thanks, Peter Meilahn, Director of SoundTherapy.com.
Clinical Teacher to Staff at The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Mayo Clinic, The State of Minnesota Department of Health and Human Services, Hazelden, and Elsewhere.