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What is Vibroacoustic Therapy?

As a non-invasive treatment, vibroacoustic therapy, which uses sound and vibrations for therapeutic purposes, has grown in popularity in recent years. The growth is driven by the growing interest in complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) and the increasing availability of equipment that can provide vibroacoustic therapy. Moreover, studies have shown that VA therapy can be an effective treatment for reducing pain, anxiety, and depression in a variety of populations.

What is Vibroacoustic Therapy?

Vibroacoustic therapy, also known as VA therapy, is a non-invasive, drug-free therapy that uses low-frequency sound waves between 30Hz and 120Hz to stimulate the body, providing relaxation and pain relief, which usually lasts 10 to 45 minutes. Generally, it works mainly on the basis of pulsed, low-frequency sinusoidal sound vibrations and music. Treatment involves lying on a special mattress or bed that has speakers embedded inside that emit specially designed music or sound vibrations that penetrate deep into the body to further affect muscles, nerves and other tissues. The treatment is believed to reduce tension, stress and anxiety while at the same time boosting the immune system and alleviating pain. This suggests that implementing vibroacoustic therapy could be a valuable asset to health care practices involving a variety of conditions, as it has already been used in rehabilitation programs for those with chronic pain, musculoskeletal problems, spasticity, and sleep disturbances.

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Who Benefits from Vibroacoustic Therapy?

Usually VA therapy can be used as a complementary therapy alongside other forms of medical and psychological treatment, or it can be used as a stand-alone activity. Vibroacoustic therapy is beneficial to people with various chronic or special needs. In addition, it can be used as an integrative and preventative wellness therapy to promote balance and harmony within the body and mind. Such as:

  • Chronic pain sufferers: vibroacoustic therapy can relieve chronic pain conditions, such as fibromyalgia and arthritis, by reducing pain perception and promoting relaxation.
  • Insomnia or sleep disorders: This type of therapy helps achieve deep, restful sleep by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.
  • Anxiety and depression: Vibroacoustic therapy helps regulate the body and mind to help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.
  • People with PTSD: VA therapy may be helpful for those with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by reducing hypervigilance and anxiety.
  • People with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): This therapy works to calm the nervous system by reducing stress and improving concentration.
  • Elderly: Vibroacoustic therapy can benefit older people by improving balance, mobility, and flexibility. In the meantime, it works to boost their cognitive function and reduce pain.
  • Athletes: VA therapy can help athletes reduce inflammation, improve muscle recovery, and build stronger muscles.

How Vibroacoustic Therapy Affects the Body?

The central mechanism of VA therapy is to stimulate the nervous system by using specific frequencies that align with the resonant properties of distinct muscle groups. Usually, clients lie down on a spacious lounge chair or massage table equipped with transducers, which are built-in speakers. As music emanates from transducers, it generates vibrations that are sensed by the body and produces sounds that are audible to the ears and brain waves synchronize with rhythms from sensory input. The low-frequency sinusoidal vibrations of vibroacoustic therapy range from 30 to 120 Hz, which have been derived from established scientific findings and further evaluated through clinical trials and patient feedback. The resonance frequencies induce vibrations that trigger various nerves in the spinal cord, brain stem, and limbic system, which are responsible for emotional response. They also activate the auditory nerve connected to the muscle nerves. While the low frequency bass works to help muscle tissues to relax, blood vessels to dilate, and increases the body’s capacity to heal. 

In conclusion, vibroacoustic therapy works by using sound waves that are transmitted through a specialized device, such as a vibroacoustic mat or vibroacoustic chair, into the body. These sound waves vibrate at specific frequencies, which correspond to different parts of the body and can generate subtle, non-invasive responses. As vibrations move through the body, they stimulate cells, tissues and organs, causing them to resonate and oscillate at the same frequency as sound waves.

What Conditions Does Vibroacoustic Therapy Treat?

VA therapy is beneficial to both mental and physical health, which can help individuals develop a greater sense of awareness of their thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations instead of feeling the urge to turn to drugs or alcohol to cope. Some of the positive responses to vibroacoustic therapy include:

  • Help the body self-regulate to a calm state.
  • Slow the heart rate and reduce stress.
  • Blood pressure is lowered and pain is relieved.
  • Relaxation, happiness and blood flow increase.
  • Better quality sleep and less sleeplessness.

Commonly, almost all kinds of creative expression can be therapeutic because it functions to provide a way to let go of emotions and helps identify feelings that are difficult to express or label. Currently, the following conditions can be treated with vibroacoustic therapy:

  • Depression & Anxiety
  • Nightmares
  • PTSD
  • Asthma
  • Stress
  • Burnout
  • Brain Functioning and Concentration
  • COPD
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Chronic Pain
  • Physical Injury

As a new sound technology designed to invoke relaxation and relieve stress through audible sound vibrations, its design and functions make it an ideal choice for a variety of health promotion and treatment environments. When the users wear in a comfortable dress and lie the on liquid treatment table equipped with vibroacoustic therapy, the frequencies and music will be chosen based on users’ needs, after that, the users will feel gentle VA frequencies through the water vibroacoustic mattress and hear the relaxing music through the headset, which will last for 30 to 60 minutes. In this way, the users’ abstract thinking will slow while the awareness of body and mind will expand, and even feel relief from your pain or symptoms.

However, it is important to note that vibroacoustic therapy is not a substitute for traditional medical treatments and should be used in conjunction with them. And keep in mind to consult with healthcare professionals before starting any new therapy or treatment.

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