This Universal Sound Therapy healing session was designed specifically to help your body heal it self in relation to Seizures.


Seizures Sound Therapy

Are you or someone you love suffering from Seizures and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including seizures 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 body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.

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

Our seizures sound therapy helps by:

  • Decrease incidence of fleeting confusion and decrease presences of uncontrollable jerking movements
  • 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

Short Description of Seizures

Seizures are sudden and uncontrolled electrical disturbance in the brain. The condition results in an abrupt change of behavior, feelings and movements and levels of consciousness. If you experience two or more seizures or preponderance for recurrent seizures it is possible you may already have epilepsy.

Symptoms of Seizures

  • Fleeting confusion
  • Staring spell
  • Presence of uncontrollable jerking movements located on the arms and legs
  • Loss of consciousness and or awareness of surroundings
  • Presence of emotional and cognitive symptoms for instance, fears, anxiety or a sense of déjà vu.

About Seizures

Seizures are basically symptoms that there is an ongoing problem in the brain. These occur due to sudden and abnormal electrical activity within the brain itself. Most people see the seizure and they think instantly of convulsions wherein a person’s body all of a sudden begins to shake uncontrollably and very fast. However, not all seizures can cause convulsions. As a matter of fact there are many kinds of seizures and not all people present with grotesque symptoms as some only have mild clinical presentations. Seizures are divided into two main groups and these are focal seizures also known as partial seizures and occur in just one area of the brain. The other is called generalized and occurs because there is abnormal activity present on both sides of the brain. Most seizure episodes range from 30 seconds to 2 minutes and do not cause any lasting harmful effect. However, it is considered a medical emergency if the seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes or if the person has one and does not regain consciousness afterwards.

Etiology of Seizures

Brain cells called neurons first create, send and receive electrical impulses and allow the brain to communicate. Any condition or situation that disrupts the communication pathway can lead to a seizure episode.

Here are some of the most common causes:

  • Head injuries
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • High fever (in children)
  • Brain tumors
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Very low blood sugar
  • Repetitive flashing lights and sounds as seen in video games
  • Certain medication such as asthma meds or antipsychotics
  • Medication withdrawal such as from narcotics, alcohol and benzodiazepines
  • Use of narcotics like cocaine and heroin
  • Infection of the brain as in meningitis


Doctors normally categorize a seizure as either focal or generalized as well as on how and where the first abnormal brain activity happens. They can be classified as unknown, if it is not known how the seizure began.


This kind of seizure first happens in a person due to abnormal electrical activity in one area of the brain. Focal attacks can happen with or without the patient losing consciousness.

Focal with Impaired Awareness – This type of seizure involves a change or loss of consciousness or awareness. The patient may stare into space and not respond normally to the environment or even perform repetitive movements like chewing, swallowing, walking in circles or rubbing.

Focal without loss of consciousness – This type of seizure can alter emotions or can change the way things smell, feel, look, taste and even sound. However, the patient does not lose consciousness. The seizure can also result in an involuntary jerking of a body part such as a leg or arm and can include spontaneous sensory symptoms like tingling, dizziness and flashing lights.

The symptoms of focal seizures may be mistaken for other neurological disorders first like migraine, epilepsy, narcolepsy and even mental illness.


Fits that appear to include all areas of the brain are called generalized seizures. Here are some of the different kinds:

Absence – Previously known as petit mal, they often affect children and are characterized by staring into space or by subtle body movements like eye blinking or lip smacking. They occur in clusters and result in a brief loss of awareness in the patient.

Tonic – This type results in stiffening of the muscles and they usually affect the muscles of the back, legs and arms of the person. This type can cause an affected person to fall to the ground and possibly get injured.

Atonic – Also known as drop seizures, they result in a loss of muscle control and can cause the patient to suddenly collapse or fall.

Clonic – this kind is associated with repeated or rhythmic, jerking muscle movements. The condition affects the face, neck and arms.

Myoclonic – These appear as sudden brief jerking movements or twitching of the legs and arms.

Tonic-Clonic – Previously known as grand mal seizures, this one is considered to be the most grandiose type as it can cause an abrupt loss of consciousness, shaking,, body stiffening and shaking. Patients also lose bladder control and can bite off their own tongue in the process. It is most commonly seen in people with epilepsy.


Experiencing a seizure at certain times can lead to situations that can be dangerous to you and to others as well. Patients are at risk of:

Fall Injury – If you fall during an attack then you can easily injure your head or even break some bones resulting to more serious injuries.

Drowning – If you experience an episode while swimming or bathing then it can lead to accidental drowning.

Car accidents – If you have an episode that results in loss of awareness or control then it is very dangerous if you are driving a vehicle or operating heavy equipment. If you are epileptic then you cannot drive or operate machinery for safety purposes.

Pregnancy Complications – Episodes that occur during pregnancy pose dangers not just to the mother but to the baby as well. Certain anti-epileptic meds can increase the risk of getting birth defects. If you suffer from epilepsy and plan on getting pregnant, coordinate with your doctor closely so he can adjust your medications and monitor the state of your pregnancy.

Emotional Health Issues – People with seizures are more than likely to experience psychological issues like anxiety and depression. This can result from difficulty of dealing with their condition as well as managing the side effects of the medications.


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