Anxiety

Stress and anxiety

Anxiety is a condition where stress worry and dread have built up to the point they interfere with our daily functioning. Worry about everyday life is exaggerated to the point where it preoccupies the mind.  Sufferers tend to worry frequently about health, money, family, work or school. This worrying is often unrealistic or out of proportion to the situation.

Noise and anxiety

Research has found that noise related stress contributes to anxiety and can increase high blood pressure, peptic ulcers, cardiovascular deaths, strokes, suicides, degradation of the immune system, and impairment of learning.

Brain activity is always either enhanced or depleted by sound, depending on the quality of the sound. This is why Dr. Tomatis said, “Some sounds are as good as two cups of coffee.” Listening to Sound Therapy for three hours a day calms the mind and compensates for and counteracts the draining, stressful effect of low frequency noise.

Insomnia and anxiety

Anxiety is frequently the cause of poor sleep. Insomnia is caused by excessive cortical activity that cannot be stopped. Though Sound Therapy recharges the brain for activity during the day, it also has a calming effect which enables the listener in nearly every case to slip easily and quickly into sleep. While the brain and the nervous system are stimulated by the sound, this results not in a hyperactive state but in a state of active serenity, which allows for deep rest. Sleeplessness due to anxiety can also be resolved.

Survey results indicate that between 70 and 80 percent of Sound Therapy listeners notice an improvement in their sleep. Many insomniacs experience an immediate and dramatic improvement in their sleep.

If you would like to learn more about how Sound Therapy can help to relieve anxiety, request our Free Report on Sound Therapy for stress and anxiety

Stress

Stress is what happens when fear or anxiety become a constant state. The physiological effects include contracted muscles, increased heart rate and constricted breathing. The adrenal system is over taxed and blood pressure rises. Stress interferes with the body’s natural flow of energy. It cuts down our available energy and forces us to function on adrenaline. Sound Therapy reduces the build up of stress beyond the level that is healthy for the body.

The brain is calmed so obsessive thinking and mind chatter is reduced. A state that is closer to meditation can be achieved easily and retained throughout the day. Sound Therapy may help to reduce stress by replenishing brain energy with high frequency sound. When we have enough brain energy we can handle situations more easily and there is less need for stress. Sound Therapy users report that they can deal better with demanding situations requiring multi-tasking and fast responses but can feel serene while doing it.

To learn more about how Sound Therapy could help alleviate stress, request one of our Free Reports.