Sharry Edwards
Category: Sound Healing

The BioAcoustic Institute Offers Free Vocal Profiling for Suffers from PTSD/TBI


A US Army sponsored project conducted by the Institute of BioAcoustic* Biology & Sound Health using that the 90 vocal prints of soldiers who were reported to be suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) showed eight major biochemicals/nutrients associated with stress and related stress behaviors.  

The objective of the collaborative venture was the utilization of Sound Health’s pioneering technology to explore the potential of using frequency-based biomarkers to identify and quantify Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and associated PTSD.


 Statistics from The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC), revealed that more than 20% of the 20,000 military casualties from the Iraq war suffered from TBI and nearly 60% of soldiers who entered Walter Reed Army Medical Center from both Afghanistan and Iraq were diagnosed with TBI as either their primary or secondary injury.

 The implication of Sound Health’s novel study was the development of a quantitative, mobile, non-invasive identification of close proximity acoustic blast injuries and, ultimately, the restitution of normal brain function and emotional stability.

One outcome from the study revealed two potential layers of nutrients related to stress.  Level one nutrient imbalances:  Calcium, Niacin (B3), Linolenic Acid and Zinc; Level 1 victims were seen as those soldiers who often don’t realize the depth of their distress, could seem to make complete sense of their world and could not seem to adjust to their returning situations and families.  Emotional disorientation might aptly describe this group.

Level two nutrient imbalances included:  Pantothenic Acid (B5), Progesterone, Choline, and Magnesium. Level 2 casualties were identified as being very much aware that something was amiss but often were not able to identify the triggers that caused their distress. Frustration with life and themselves might appropriately describe this group’s orientation.

These common triggers, when unbalanced, can be an underlying cause of the unrelenting emotional and mental trauma faced by PTSD sufferers from all walks of life.

The work being done by the Institute is at the forefront of a distinguishing technology that employs numeric biomarker patterns to assess, evaluate and produce outcomes that support optimal biological form and function. This new technology utilizes the premise that the body can identify and prescribe for itself using the algorithms of vocalized frequencies to accurately quantify, organize, and extrapolate biometric information.

An objective of the study is the distribution of an educational curriculum that will professionally train BioAcoustic technicians to fill this much-needed technique to identify nutritional and biochemical imbalance associated with PSTD and TBI. 

Concurrently, Sound Health is evaluating colleges/institutions in strategic locations nationwide to become part of their efforts to evaluate and support PSTD victims individually from a central location. Once trained these BioAcoustic practitioners will be more prepared to handle the influx of persons suffering from military, domestic and disaster-related emotional traumas.   

With permission from the Army, a PTSD evaluation software was developed that can BioAcoustically reveal common nutrients, hormones, and genetic susceptibilities in support of mental and emotional fortitude. 

We would like to share this pioneering software with the public, and specifically with friends and families of those who are experiencing PTSD episodes. 

Don’t allow biochemical imbalances to keep those you care about from moving toward and happy and fulfilled life.


Sponsored by the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology – a registered 501-C3

M-F – 10-4 eastern

Phone: 740-698-9119 

Visit Our Sound Health Portal for Free Vocal Profiling

*All issues reported in terms of BioAcoustic Biology.

Update, Dec 2017 – Following in the footsteps of the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology & Sound Health, researchers with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory (MIT LL) are developing a computer algorithm to identify vocal biomarkers that could help diagnose mild traumatic brain injury or concussion. 

The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA), a subordinate organization of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), has partnered with MIT to help evaluate, test and validate the algorithm. So far, the algorithm has a successful track record in assessing mental or cognitive states from speech. Researchers have used the algorithm to identify a variety of cognitive changes, including those associated with preclinical mild TBI (mTBI) and depression, all based on vocal biomarkers.


© Sharry Edwards™ original concept 1982, 2010

Revised December 4th, 2017

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