Sound Therapy

What is Sound Therapy?

Sound Therapy is a listening program to improve ear and brain health. By stimulating the auditory pathways and the brain, it improves hearing and auditory processing, reduces tinnitus, stress, fatigue and insomnia. Listeners report better hearing in a noisy room, better concentration, focus and memory, better learning and academic performance, better balance and co-ordination, relief of dizziness and vertigo and a general feeling that the brain is sharper and communication is easier.

Sound Therapy: An Introduction

 

Sound Therapy on National Television

How It Works

How it Works

Sound Therapy is a unique listening system using new knowledge about the brain.

Based on the discoveries of the ear specialist, Dr Tomatis, the method developed by Patricia and Rafaele Joudry is now available as a portable self help program that can be used by anyone, anywhere.

Specially recorded programs of highly filtered classical music are used to rehabilitate the ear and stimulate the brain. Sound Therapy stimulates the ear by presenting it with constantly alternating sounds of high and low tone, within the complex structure of classical music. Stimulation via the sensory pathways re-maps the brain, improving the way we understand and process sound. The brain, in turn, sends signals back to the ear to improve its function. One theory suggests that this feedback loop results in better performance of the middle ear muscles and of the tiny, hair-like receptor cells in the inner ear.

As the ear becomes open and receptive to high frequency sounds these are then passed on to the brain. Research has shown that brain function is improved through high frequency sound. There is an increase in blood flow to certain centres along with increased electrical activity. The results observed in Sound Therapy listeners include increased energy, reduced fatigue with improved focus and creativity, a reduction in the need for sleep, and an almost permanent state of peace and relaxation.

The self help program is done using the small MX2 personal music headset player and Listeners' Workbook. It is easy to do and takes no time out of your day. In fact many people say it gives them an extra two or three hours a day, due to the reduced need for sleep!

 

How You Use It

How You Use It

Sound Therapy is easy to use

Sound Therapy is listened to on portable equipment at low volume as you go about your daily activities. It is very simple to use and takes no time out of your day. However, as it is a self help program, listeners do need to read one of Rafaele Joudry's books: Sound Therapy: Music to Recharge your Brain or Triumph Over Tinnitus or Why Aren't I Learning? in order to understand the correct use of the program and to answer any questions that might come up. The Talking Book is available for those who are visually impaired or prefer to listen rather than read.

Equipment

Sound Therapy is listened to on a specifically engineered new personal digital music player called the Sound Therapy MINI MX2. Portable and convenient, this player is smaller than a matchbox and can be worn around your neck. Sound Therapy must be listened to through headphones (or earphones) not through speakers. A portable player is essential as it allows you to move around so you get in the required hours of listening without any interference with your daily activities.

Hours

The required listening time for adults is three hours per day and for children 30 to 60 minutes. However Sound Therapy takes no time out of your day at all as you listen during your usual daily activities or sleep. The time for results to be achieved varies from a few days to a few months. On average the program takes between six weeks and three months to achieve full results.

Activities during listening

Sound Therapy is played at very low volume on portable equipment so it does not interfere with any other activities. While listening you can read, work, exercise, talk, listen to radio or TV, have a conversation, talk on the phone, use a computer or even sleep. In fact, Patricia Joudry said in her book that you can do Sound Therapy during any activity except tennis or sex!

Full listening instructions are provided in the book: Sound Therapy: Music to Recharge Your Brain by Rafaele Joudry or in Rafaele's second book, Triumph Over Tinnitus.

Benefits

Benefits

Sound Therapy is an outstanding new technology designed for accessibility,  affordability and ease of use. Its potential health benefits are extensive and may include the following effects:

*  New vitality and sense of well being

*  Relief of tiredness and stress

*  Deep relaxation 
    and relief of anxiety

*  Heightened creativity 
    and mental capacity

*  Increased energy, 
    focus and performance

*  Deep, beneficial sleep 
    and an end to insomnia

*  Improved hearing for those with industrial deafness or hearing loss due to aging

*  Relief of tinnitus (ringing in the ears)

*  Better balance and recovery from dizziness or vertigo

*  Improved concentration and learning ability

*  Improved behaviour and communication in children

*  Increased voice quality and vocal range

*  Better communication, relationships and greater family harmony

 

 

 

 

Tinnitus

"In addition to helping my tinnitus, the Sound Therapy has made another wonderful difference in my life. My balance, which was very unsteady, following ear operations 30 years ago, has completely recovered, and this is marvellous for me and my family."

Shirley Cowburn
Wigan , England

Watch the ABC TV appearance on "Second Opinion"

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