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Music and Sound therapy
Reduce Anxiety by 65% in 5 minutes

Sure to both stir your soul and calm your nervous system.

Everyone knows they need to manage their stress. When things get difficult at work, school, or in ...

Demi Powell
Music and Sound therapy
What is Therapeutic Music?

Therapeutic Music is not the same as Music Therapy!

The terminology can be confusing, as the words seem interchangeable, but these are very different as...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
Singing can help you deal with Trauma

Riitta Excell wore a pair of homemade wool socks: white with red floral patterns and rounded blue toes. Around her were women sipping tea and enjoying plum p...

Demi Powell
Music and Sound therapy
Here is how Drumming affects your Brain

An old musician’s joke goes “there are three kinds of drummers in the world—those who can count and those who can’t.” But perhaps there is an even more globa...

Demi Powell
Music and Sound therapy
What Classical Music does to the Brain

Chinese researchers report even a few moments of opera produce a thoughtful, empathetic response.

“Music,” Ludwig van Beethoven argued,” is a higher revelat...

Demi Powell
Music and Sound therapy
Scientists Prove That Pop Music Can Be Harmful for Our Brains

Research proves what our parents have been saying all along: Modern pop music than older generations of pop music. Not only that, it has negative effects on ...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
Music Therapy to Help Socialize Children With Autism

Relational factors in music therapy may contribute to a favorable outcome of treatment for kids with autism.

It might not surprise that good relationships p...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
The Power of Music Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease

Do you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another kind of dementia? If so, you may be interested to know that music might be able to connect you with your ...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
Opera Singer Turned Neuroscientist Uses Music as Medicine for Dementia, Autism, and More

Linda Maguire is an internationally renowned musician with a red carpet career spanning 23 years. She has done over 80 live radio broadcasts, several recordi...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
What You Need To Know About Sound Healing

Sound has been utilized in various cultures for thousands of years as a tool for healing. Whether through the use of mantras as with the Hindis, the Icaros (...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
Music Therapy May Soothe Anxiety, Pain From Postinfarction Angina in Heart-Failure Patients

“Music can soothe a savage beast,” as the misquoted line says, but new research suggests that music can also do wonders for patients with heart failure (HF) ...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
Background on Sound Therapy Research

Sound Therapy International aims to raise world wide awareness so that all associated specialties and professions will include Sound Therapy in their recomme...

Article by George Smith
Music and Sound therapy
Ask the Expert: Why Blow the Shofar?

Question: Is there a reason we blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah, and why don’t we use a trumpet or some other instrument? I know it’s traditional, but is the...

Demi Powell
Music and Sound therapy
The Frequency of Healing: How To Raise Your Vibration to 528Hz

Everything in this, including you is vibrating at a frequency. This is because you and everything around you is.

The energy of the Earth vibrates at a 528Hz...

Demi Powell