Alphamusic = healing music
Listening to any kind of music produces an emotional effect; it can be soothing or enervating, induce melancholy or euphoria. But these effects are not predictable and can vary…Continue
If you are a business owner, therapist, store manager, seller or you work in a company that allows clients to visit your offices, then you might
have already noticed how important it is to play music in the background. Music
is a major aspect if you wish your customers…
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Sound can be described as a rate of vibrational frequencies that travel through certain media, such as air or water. These vibrational frequencies which can be sensed by the human ear are 20 to 20,000 vibrations per second (Hz). Frequencies above this range are known as ultrasound and those below known as infrasound. Although these frequencies cannot be heard, both are still able to powerfully influence our physiology on a cellular level.
Some (ultra)sounds and certain frequencies are…Continue
Importance of meditation
Ever wondered why Buddhists look so young and carefree? Regular meditation allows for increased alpha wave activity, which in turn promotes a healthy immune system. It is no secret that we are more prone to illness and infection when we are stressed – and buzzing on beta waves. Switching to slower alpha waves actively supports the immune system, and could…
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Healing through music, not drugs: Brain-wave music therapy miraculously reduces night terrors and bad behavior in children
A British mother says she has basically cured her daughter's night terrors by playing music specially crafted to produce calm…Continue
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Cher? Tom Cruise? Salma Hayek? Anthony Hopkins? Jamie Oliver? Albert Einstein?
Agatha Christie? Alexander Graham Bell? Robin Williams? Danny Glover? John Lennon? and Muhammad Ali?
What do these famous people all have in common?
As you might have guessed from the title yes it is that they are all Dyslexic.
Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty…
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We love the dream of a perfect white Christmas, the perfectly decorated tree, the perfect presents,
the perfect Christmas turkey dinner, the laughter and joy of having our family
gather, but typically it’s one of the most stressful times of the year. The
expense of buying gifts, the pressure of last minute shopping and the
...three pioneers, three countries.... never the twain shall meet?
Written by Miria Robinson & John B. Levine…Continue
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Staff from across the state recently learnt about the benefits of Alphamusic, a brain entrainment technique for reducing the level of agitation in people with dementia.
About 50 staff attended a day-long workshop in…Continue
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Renee Sigel Riding: Modena, Italy, Editor of ‘iPeace.com’…
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Anything taken too much is bad for the health. A little stress is actually good, as it could serve to help you function at your best. However,
stress that seems a little too much could take a physical, as well as mental,
toll to your body. Stress should be managed in order for depression or anxiety
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