Sharry Edwards
Category: Sound Healing

Fibromyalgia Symptoms Relieved in the Course of Cutting Edge Study

Exploratory studies sponsored by the Sound HealthResearch Institute,    Inc. haveestablished that pain, stiffness and fatigue associated with Fibromyalgia canbe ameliorated through low-frequency sound presentation.  




During these novel studies, eighty-nine percent ofthe participants reported at least a 50% reduction in pain intensity.  Many sufferers reported 100% relief duringambient sound presentation but the pain did not subside permanently.  The frequency based sound presentation neededto be repeated every four-five hours to maintain efficacy.  As a result of the requirement for repeatedsound presentation, a portable tone generator was programmed which allowed forautonomous repetitions of sound outside the lab setting.


 


The pervasive musculoskeletal stress associatedwith Fibromyalgia symptoms is often a debilitating and frustrating conditionfor both the sufferer and the wellness provider.  Even though numerous therapeutic modalitieshad been evaluated by a variety of institutions, Fibromyalgia has remained acomplex set of symptoms without a permanent cure.  BioAcoustic sound


presentation works first to help the body relievethe pain and then uses sophisticated computer analysis to identify the cause ofan individual’s Fibromyalgia reactions.


 


For the majority of volunteers whose reactions wereobserved, accepting that a sound could allow pain to subside, even though theywere experiencing the results, was somewhat perplexing. “The concept that soundhas the potential to relieve pain seems far beyond what can be accepted asplausible,” stated one physician who volunteered to be part of the study.  He added that, “Even when I experienced therelief and could feel the increase in mobility myself, it was still hard totrust my perceptions.”


 


Another study participant, Donna, admits that shehad a hard time convincing herself that the results were going tomaintain.  “I mean, I was in such painbut now I can jump up and down on feet that had barely allowed me to walkbefore.  It makes me wonder if I wasn’timagining the pain in the first place. Other people could see the difference in me but I still have a hard timebelieving I can finally have my life back,” she explained. 


 


A spokesperson for Sound Health confirmed thatskepticism is a common reaction because people have no frame of reference forwhat they are experiencing. He further explained that, “Most people have threeissues that are difficult to overcome. First, many of them have been told that Fibromyalgia pain ispsychosomatic; second, the process they are being asked to evaluate is outsidetheir experience; and third, listening to sounds is so non-invasive that studysubjects don’t consider that sound could have therapeutic benefit even thoughthey can admit to experiencing physiological reactions to sounds andmusic.”  




Subjects agreed that the uncertainty, in part, wasbased on the fact that they were not required to actively participate in theprocess.  They claimed the release ofpain occurred even while they were not attentive.  It seemed too easy; they simply listened tosounds and in some instances didn’t even notice the pain had dissipated untilthey began to move about.


When this technique was demonstrated to governmentofficials, who are in the practice of evaluating novel techniques, it wasagreed that using sound frequency in this way to deplete pain is well beyondthe cutting edge of current medical standards. To date NIH has no therapeutic category to index the outcomes observedduring the course of these studies.


 


Because pain is such a complex neurological event,and the symptoms of Fibromyalgia have no known homogeneous origin, a definitiveidentification and biological cure has remained elusive.  Sound Health hopes to be able to determinethe underlying biomarkers for Fibromyalgia because that information isimperative to understanding the individuality of the disease. 


 


Anestimated 5 million Americans suffer from the disorder, according to Pfizer’sChief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, and women are five times morelikely than men to receive the diagnosis. Dr. Lewis-Hall explains that gettinga proper diagnosis for Fibromyalgia can be difficult, due to the wide-rangingsymptoms it presents.


Severalvideos that illustrate some of the medical questions and answers aired on theTV show “The Doctors” can be viewed at http://www.thedoctorstv.com/articles/3059-figuring-out-fibromyalgia and


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDRESh8MmxI


 


Two Sound Health participants did not respond tothe documented sounds for Fibromyalgia. In each case BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling revealed new information aboutthe previously unfamiliar causes of Fibromyalgia. Initially the ability to usepyruvate to  clear  toxics from muscles was identified; furtherstudies showed that an overabundance of iron can also cause Fibromyalgia-likepain. A software program has be developed that can BioAcoustically identify Fibromyalgiabio-frequencies. It will be further developed to provide a pre-diagnosticevaluation that could be available via the Internet. It is hoped that theprogram would potentially identify persons who may be susceptible to Fibromyalgiaand other disease processes.


 


The number of people suffering from the devastatingsymptoms of Fibromyalgia is estimated to be six to ten million worldwide;causing quality of life to be jeopardized, job performance and production to behampered.  Many people who experiencestiff joints and sore muscles don’t even realize they have Fibromyalgia. Theysimply attribute their morning pain and stiffness to aging.


 


Fibromyalgia related insurance and rehabilitationcosts are skyrocketing. Expenses to investigate and deal with Fibromyalgia symptomsand associated outcomes are estimated to be billions of dollars each year. If acommercially available device could be developed using the findings establishedby this study, it would have the potential to provide individual, non-invasive,easily affordable, portable pain relief for millions of sufferers.  Funding is the major obstacle that keeps thistechnology from being available to consumers.





Sound Health Options will host a FREE two-day classon Fibromyalgia in April, 2017. Visit our website for class dates and times.Registration is necessary and can be done on our website at www.soundhealthoptions.com. Justgo to “Classes” and scroll down to complete steps one, two and three. You willthen be contacted by a Sound Health staff member.




Anyone wishing to participate in the on-going Fibromyalgia observations being conducted at Sound Health should call or email for further information:  USA Eastern Standard time - 740-698-9119 or SoundHealthOptions.com.  A Channel 2 video of a client’s experience with this technique can be found at:



https://vimeo.com/114578220.  

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