Resonating Through Words

It has been proven that sonic vibrations can help rehabilitate soft-tissue injuries through sonograms. Studies have also shown that the vibrational sound of music can also have similar healing effects. Depending on the frequency of the sound, research shows that certain brain regions are activated, helping stimulate cell regeneration, growth hormones, endorphins, and the like. In fact, animal research has also shown that vibrations between 20 and 140 Hz have helped speed up bone growth, muscles and ligament recovery, as well as the reduction of pain and swelling (Acosta, 2013).

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