flutes, lyres, and zithers to heal their patients. They even used the vibration to aid in digestion, treat mental disturbance, and induce sleep.
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Music is actually a part of the cycle of natural life, it is rooted in rhythm and harmony. If you think about it, human life is based on rhythm. Day and night, seasonal changes, and all physiological and biological functions are considered rhythmic. We inhale and exhale, our hearts beat in rhythm through contraction, expansion, and relaxation. Sleeping, eating, menstrual cycles, walking, talking, and other (if not all) functions of life are rhythmic according to studies.
What Are The Benefits?
Heart disease, diabetes, addiction, and mental health issues have all been linked to stress and tension. Meditation, including systems such as mindfulness-based meditations such as sound therapy, has shown promise in inducing the relaxation response and helping alleviate anxiety and improve well-being. The relaxation response is the body’s