This Universal Sound Therapy Healing Session has been designed to help you overcome obesity.


Obesity Sound Therapy

Are you or someone you love suffering from obesity and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy, we deal with all sorts of issues including obesity with our sound therapies.


Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing.  Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy one. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our body wants to be healthy and when we provide it with the proper tools, it will do everything needed to do just that.

Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal. We are confident that it will work for you that we offer a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our obesity sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.

Our obesity sound therapy helps by:

  • Relieving emotional issues that can cause overeating
  • Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
  • Aligns and opens your Chakra system
  • Opens and cleans up your meridians
  • Helps your body heal itself


Experts at weight loss say in order to lose weight we must cut back on calories and exercise more. We know it isn’t that simple! Dr. Sara Stein, author of Obese from the Heart, states it perfectly:

“We are in a global obesity crisis that keeps worsening despite a burgeoning weight loss, medical and fitness industry. Diet, exercise, and emotional eating programs only have a 5% success rate for long-term weight loss. Even bariatric surgery, the gold standard for weight loss, fails 30% of the time.

The reason we are failing obesity treatment is because we are offering the wrong treatment. Obesity is not about calorie restriction or the size of your stomach.

Obesity is a medical condition of serious inflammation, chronic pain, disordered metabolism and genetic signals, altered brain chemistry, food sensitivities, and serious vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Obesity is a psychological condition of stress, depression, and anxiety. Obesity is a spiritual condition of being isolated from the flow of society and the ones we love.”

Here at Universal Sound Therapy we couldn’t agree more. We have a Weight Loss Protocol, which has been extremely successful at helping people lose weight when that is what they need to do. It gives a terrific boost to those that have 10-30 pounds to lose. This Protocol isn’t necessary for them. This is a Protocol that addresses the issues that Sara so eloquently stated in her summary of Obesity. It is a very lengthy Protocol and covers the Endocrine System, Chronic Inflammation, the Digestive System, the Lymphatic System along with many frequencies for your bone, muscles, depression and anxiety as well as all of the Weight Loss frequencies. It is organized so one session builds on the next and should be listened to in its entirety and then just start over. It doesn’t matter how many sessions you get through in a day, just do as much as you can. It took some time to get to this point and it will take some time to reverse it. Just be confident that your body is making the internal changes to become healthier, which will allow you to finally shed those unwanted pounds. You will find that you will soon be feeling better; you will have more energy and find that you are happily, automatically moving more with less effort.

Your life can be better, it can be easier and Universal Sound Therapy would like to be part of your journey to wellness.

P.S. Read Sara’s book.

Short Description of Obesity

According to the WHO, obesity is defined as an abnormal or excessive accumulation of fat that poses a danger to one’s health. An individual with a body mass index of 30 or greater is generally considered an obese person. Obesity is a major risk factor for a range of different diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

Symptoms of Obesity

Obesity is diagnosed when your body mass index (BMI) is 30 or higher. Your body mass index is calculated by dividing your weight in kilograms (kg) by your height in meters (m) squared.

BMI Weight status
Below 18.5 Underweight
18.5-24.9 Normal
25.0-29.9 Overweight
30.0-34.9 Obese (Class I)
35.0-39.9 Obese (Class II)
40.0 and higher Extreme obesity (Class III)

Etiology of Obesity

Genes – Genes play a role in a person’s ability to burn or distribute fat in the body.

Family History – Obesity tends to run in families and this is caused by both a genetic factor, shared diet and lifestyle choices. If one parent is obese, there is a greater risk that offspring may also become obese.

Emotions – People tend to overeat due to boredom, anger, depression or hopelessness. This does not mean however, that only overweight and obese people carry more emotional issues than other individuals. It only refers to the fact that a person’s feelings or state of mind can influence eating habits.

Environmental Factors – lifestyle is the most important environmental factor associated with obesity.

Sex – Women more than men are more likely to become obese due to higher levels of fat distribution in women.

Age – Slowed metabolism in later years can make people obese. While obesity can happen at any age including young kids, changes in hormonal levels and a less active lifestyle increases the risk of developing the condition. On top of that, the older you get, the less muscles you have and a decrease in muscle mass leads to a lowered metabolic rate. The changes also reduce the amount of calories you require and hence make it more difficult to keep off excess weight.

Medical Problems – Certain medications and medical conditions can cause or encourage obesity such as: Cushing Syndrome, Depression, medications such as the pill, steroids and antidepressants, Prader-Willi Syndrome and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

Socioeconomic Factors – Research shows that there is a link with social and economic factors to obesity. Not being able to exercise if there are no safe places to do it can lead to the condition. On a similar note, a person’s lack of access to information on healthy cooking choices or lack of funds to buy healthier food stuff also are contributing causes. People that you spend the most time with can influence the way you eat. There is a higher likelihood of becoming overweight and obesity if most of your friends are also obese.

Risk Factors

Consumption of Too Much Calories

When a person eats more calories than their body uses for energy then the excess calories are stored as fat and leads to becoming overweight and eventually obese. Some kinds of food items are also more likely to contribute to gaining weight such as those that contain high levels of sugars and fats.

Here are some examples:

  • Fast food meals
  • Fried food items
  • Fatty and processed meats
  • Dairy products
  • Baked goods and ready made breakfast cereals
  • Foods that contain hidden sugars like ketchup and other canned food items
  • Sweetened sodas, alcoholic beverages and juices

Living a Sedentary Lifestyle

Sedentary habits such as sitting in an office all day, playing games on a computer or tablet rather than doing outside physical activities also using cars instead of walking to nearby places can lead to obesity. Truth is, the less a person moves, the fewer calories are burned. Studies consistently show that physical exercise can keep insulin levels stable as low levels cab increase weight gain.

Lack of Sleep

Research shows us that missing sleep increases the risk of weight gain that can lead to obesity. A study done in the UK from 1977 to 2012 concluded that sleep deprivation increases risk of obesity for both children and adults. Sleep deprivation leads to hormonal changes that increases appetite. Lack of sleep stimulates the production of the hormone, ghrelin, an appetite stimulant. Lack of sleep also results in lower levels of lepton, a hormone needed for appetite suppression.


During a normal pregnancy, a woman’s weight normally increases due to hormonal changes and adapting to the needs of the growing fetus. Some women find it challenging to lose the baby weight after delivery and the weight gain may contribute to the development of obesity in women.

Quitting Smoking

While no one can dispute the health benefits of quitting smoking, the process actually is associated with weight gain and in some individuals, the weight gain is huge enough for them to be diagnosed as being obese.

Even if you have one or more of the risk factors mentioned above it does not follow that you will become obese. One can deter the effects of the risk factors by eating right, doing more physical activity and choosing healthier lifestyles.

Complications of Obesity

People that have been diagnosed as obese are at greater risk for having serious health issues such as:

  • Hypertension
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Metabolic Syndrome – combination of elevated blood sugar, hypertension, high triglyceride levels and low good cholesterol
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Cancer such as uterine, cervical, endometrial, ovarian, breast, colon, rectum, esophageal, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, prostate and kidney.
  • Breathing problems such as obstructive sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder where the breathing repeatedly stops and starts
  • Infertility and irregular menstrual cycles
  • Erectile Dysfunction and sexual health problems
  • Fatty Liver disease
  • Bone and joint problems

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