How To Reduce Anxiety Up To 65 Percent
Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. ~Berthold Auerbach
If there was something you could do to reduce stress right now, would you do it? It depends on what you have to do, right?
What if all you had to do was listen to a song?
This is not just an antidote. Science has actually backed this. Sound therapy has long been studied in the scientific communities. Indigenous cultures have utilized music for healing and spiritual reasons.
What you will learn in this article:
- How sound therapy can help you beat stress
- What specific sounds can decrease stress by 65%
Ways To Reduce Anxiety
Hypnotherapy. My best advice is to always go internal for help. If your body receives the right message, it can begin the healing process. Many clients have reported that hypnotherapy helped to program the right messages to remove emotional blockages they were struggling with.
Weightless. This song was studied by Dr. Lewis-Hodgson. He found that there was a 65% reduction in anxiety in his test group.
How Music Relaxes You And How To Reduce Anxiety
This song was created specifically for the purpose of lowering stress and anxiety. The specific rhythm, harmonies and bass slow the heart rate, lowers cortisol and reduces blood pressure.
If you have been to the doctor about stress, you will know the health risks associated with excess anxiety. Harvard and Stanford found that stress was one of the leading causes of death. It even beat out diabetes.
Here is a list of 5 songs (in random order) that are proven to reduce stress:
- “Strawberry Swing,” by Coldplay
- “Watermark,” by Enya
- “Mellomaniac (Chill Out Mix),” by DJ Shah
- “Electra,” by Airstream
- “Weightless,” by Marconi Union
Here is a beautiful song by Enya. Please listen to it all the way and see if you feel the stress melting away.
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