From Tibetan singing bowls to shamanic drums to singing and much more, there is a form of sound healing in every culture all over the world and throughout history. Many of us already have a pretty good understanding of the benefits of healthy eating, and the same can be true for sounds. From Tibetan singing bowls to shamanic drums to singing and much more, there is a form of sound healing in every culture all over the world and throughout history. Some advocates also believe it can alleviate certain ailments, such as anxiety and insomnia.
It’s hard to survive the hype about sound healing, as science hasn’t quite caught up with people’s hopes. More research is needed to determine how effective sound healing therapy can be, but so far there is plenty of evidence that it is an effective option to help people who suffer from pain, injury, or stress.
Is sound healing good for you?
Many people find that after practicing sound healing techniques, they experience an increase in energy, improved mental clarity, more creativity, and better relationships. A session may include sitting or lying down while listening to music or sounds from a speaker or an instrument, or applying vibrations using a special tool, such as a tuning fork. More recently, research has linked music to a range of health benefits, from boosting immune function to reducing stress levels to improving the health of premature babies. Sound therapy is known to help treat conditions such as stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, depression, sleep disorders, pain, and autism.