Stroke recovery and Sound Therapy
After a stroke the brain needs to rebuild pathways and restore functionality. Sound Therapy provides the needed stimulation in a practical and effortless manner.A stroke may affect one or both sides of the brain. The brain is divided into two distinct sides–the right and left hemispheres — and each hemisphere controls the opposite side of the body. Each hemisphere has certain unique functions, but they also work together. The left hemisphere controls the speech and language areas including our ability to read, write and understand language plus the use of numbers and recall of words. The right hemisphere controls visual, spatial and perceptual areas plus reasoning and judgment, and also behavioural and emotional areas. Some of the particular behaviours and emotional issues may include memory, impulsiveness, taking initiative, or recognizing one’s limitations. Aphasia is an impairment of language which often occurs after suffering a stroke. There are two types of aphasia, expressive and receptive. Receptive aphasia refers to a person’s ability to understand what is being said or to understand what they are reading. Expressive aphasia refers to a person’s ability to express themselves using language either by speaking or writing. One or more of these symptoms may be present after a stroke or brain injury.
“After having two strokes last year, I was told by the doctors that I would not be able to finish university and reading was a nightmare of headaches and confusion. There was so much that seemed to be ...”
Rev. Sarsha Carpenter BSc (psych) - Read More
How Sound Therapy enhances recovery from strokeAfter a stroke or brain damage caused by injury there is always a chance of recovery to varying degrees. Sound Therapy is an intervention which may increase the probability of a faster and more total recovery. The sooner it is introduced after the injury or stroke, the greater the likelihood of healing. Some stroke patients who use Sound Therapy have been seen to make an unexpectedly quick recovery, often with functioning returned to a surprisingly high level.
“I credit your Sound Therapy with a good resurgence of spirit of my husbands’ recovery from a severe fall followed by strokes. He was quite demoralised and it was hard to motivate him to participate ...”
Susan Brenner, Santa Ana, California - Read More
Make an informed choice—get the eBookAfter 26 years in the Sound Therapy field, we really understand the stroke or brain damage on people’s lives. Every week we hear from our listeners thanking us for the new benefits they have experienced. Listeners have reported very dramatic changes in the recovery of brain performance through this method. If you would like to learn more in depth about how Sound Therapy enhances stroke recovery, order Rafaele Joudry’s FREE eBook here and benefit from her decades of experience helping thousands of listeners with Sound Therapy. Or call and speak to one of our qualified Sound Therapy consultants right away. Start listening to Sound Therapy and start feeling better today!
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