By Angel Intervention & I.O.P Services
Angel Intervention & I.O.P Services proudly Introduces Vibro Acoustic Healing Therapy, this Unique technology works by inducing a theta level meditative state through binaural beats coordinated with coherent heart rhythm patterns to synchronize the body’s nervous system. The system also relieves your pain by creating deep resonant vibrational tones, and triggers a natural relaxation response via low harmonic frequencies. Finally, positive affirmations develop your mindfulness and general awareness. No other healing therapy system brings you all of these key benefits in a single platform.
According to Vibro Acoustic Healing, Vibro Acoustic therapy is a sensorial approach to treating addiction. Experts use sounds, vibrations, and visuals to reduce anxiety, address personal issues, and help patients improve their outlook. Vibro Acoustic therapy is particularly beneficial for coping with anxiety and depression. When cortisol levels drop and the heartbeat becomes slow and rhythmic in this environment, feelings of overwhelming anxiety and tension are no longer fed. Now your body reacts accordingly, separating you from even the physical patterns of anxious behavior.
When a patient undergoes Vibro Acoustic therapy treatment, the patient is asked to settle into a bed made of memory foam that will help the patient go into a state of meditation through the use of music, vibration, and binaural beats. The memory foam allows for the body to become completely supported and conformed to the bed, supporting the back from head to toe. The patient will don a pair of biosensor glasses which will display video imagery, and give the patient positive audio affirmations. The positive affirmations will help the patient to develop mindfulness so that they are more aware of the present and their surroundings.
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