Dementia and Sound Therapy
Learn how Sound Therapy can bring remarkable improvement to the lives of dementia sufferers and their carers
Dementia is the loss of memory, attention and cognitive ability due to progressive brain damage or deterioration, usually associated with aging. It is not a specific disease but is a general term to describe the loss of memory and thinking skills needed for every day life.
Dementia may be caused by a series of small strokes, or it may be caused by Alzheimer’s, a degenerative condition where brain tissue progressively withers and shrinks.
Much can be achieved in treating (or preventing) dementia with improved nutrition, reduced chemical toxins and vitamin and mineral supplementation. In addition, Sound Therapy may be very helpful by directly stimulating brain function at a vibrational level. It is known that mental performance and memory can be improved through brain stimulation and Sound Therapy is one of the easiest ways to provide this stimulation.
“Sound Therapy has changed something very important in my life. I am 79 years old and for many years have tried to change the inappropriate dopiness that has overcome me even after a good night’s sle...”
Marie Lyons, Newport Beach, California - Read More
Sound Therapy is extensively used by older people undergoing various forms of health crises or degeneration. It may bring solace and comfort, a sense of inner calm, deeper sleep, and often better mental balance, awareness and focus.
It is well known that music is beneficial for those suffering from dementia or brain damage as it activates different parts of the brain to normal speech. It is also for this reason that Sound Therapy is so effective, enlivening many different brain centres and giving the greatest chance of improvement in overall performance.
It is very important to introduce Sound Therapy early on, before the symptoms of dementia become severe. In the early stages of dementia Sound Therapy can be introduced with ease, to be worn during the day or at night while sleeping. It will generally be welcomed by the patient and may give them an immediate sense of relief and inner connection and balance.
“Recently I started my father on Sound Therapy for his dementia and have found a huge improvement in his moods and attitudes, and this has been verified by the two centres he goes to for day care. Wh...”
Rev. Sarsha Carpenter BSc (psych) - Read More
Carers and family of certain dementia patients have observed that the patient becomes happier, more co-operative, more aware, and more like their old self. Sound Therapy may delay the progress of dementia and make life more pleasant and manageable for both the patient and their carers.
Those who are caring for a person with dementia can also benefit greatly from using Sound Therapy. Caring for a loved one with dementia can cause stress and sleep deprivation, and Sound Therapy is very effective in treating these conditions. Stress levels can be permanently reduced as one’s overall response to stress is changed and Sound Therapy can help make it possible to get deep, beneficial sleep even when being frequently disturbed.
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After 26 years in the Sound Therapy field, we really understand the importance of having the right support tolls to support your loved ones, especially when dealing with a progressive, degenerative condition. Every week we hear from our listeners thanking us for the new benefits they have experienced. Listeners supporting family members with dementia have reported very noticeable and consistent improvement in many aspects of their functioning through using this method.
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