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Music and Physical Health

Music influences our cells, causes tissues to break down, and diminishes cancerous growths and alleviates skin ailments. Music and Physical Health – You also are what you Listen to! On his website, Fabien Maman[1] displayed Kirlian photographs of sound exploding helix cancer cells. We overlook the impact of sound and music because we do not observe its subtle impact with our eyes. M.D. Mitchell Gaynor, an oncologist at Cornell University Medical Center, reported that sounds such as crystal or Tibetan bowels, chants and meditative practices can significantly reduce cancer tissue when coupled with traditional therapies. Dr. John Beaulieu, ND, discovered that tuning forks can balance the nervous system, increasing a release of nitric oxide, a key component for healthy tissues and organs.[2] Studies demonstrated the effect of music on pulse and respiration. Blood pressure is lowered by sustaining chords and raised by accelerated and jumpy rhythmic patterns. Melodies affect tension in the larynx, which tightens when exposed to descending cords. Dr. Tartchanoff[3] concluded that music affects muscular activity according to the feeling of the melodies. When the music is sad or involves a slow rhythm, a decrease of muscular activity results. The following summary of research regarding the impact of music was found on Sri Swamiji’s sites. [4] Evidence shows that listening to the appropriate music: Lowers BP Stabilizes heart rate Relieves depression Reduces pre-treatment anxiety Enhances concentration and creativity Lessens the need for sedatives and painkillers (during and after surgery) Reduces nausea after chemotherapy Manages pain Improves stability of people with Parkinson’s disease.   Physical Effects of Appropriate music Brain function physically changes in response to music The rhythm can guide the body into breathing slower, deeper patterns that have a calming effect. Louder and faster noises raise both heart rate and blood pressure; slower, softer and more regular...

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