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Sound and Dementia

Updated: Mar 1, 2019

From the Bright water Centre in Australia

Dr. Caroline Bulsara and Silke Steuxner, registered Nurse and accredited sound therapist found early indicators show that Singing Bowl therapy is relatively effective in easing agitation in persons with dementia.

• Sound healing is an effective and proven modality that uses vibrational sound to help reduce stress and relieve pain.

• Aids depression, anxiety and stimulates rest.

• It helps with chronic pain, boosts memory (early stages Alzheimer's), reduces blood pressure and boosts the immune system.

• It is also noted as being capable of altering consciousness and creating a deep feeling of peace, well-being and better health.

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