Stress Relief Sound Therapy
Are you or someone you love suffering from stress and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including stress 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 stress relief sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our stress relief sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease in instances of erectile dysfunction and loss of libido
- 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
Stress, “WOW!” we all know what stress is, it’s what you feel when you have to handle more than you are used to, you’re worried, you’re way too busy and it’s getting the best of you. When you are stressed, your body responds as though you are in danger. It makes hormones that speed up your heart, make you breathe faster, and give you a burst of energy. Some stress is normal and even useful, but that’s not the stuff we are talking about. We are talking about the kind of stress that happens too often or lasts too long and has bad effects. It can be linked to headaches, an upset stomach, back pain, and trouble sleeping. It can weaken your immune system, making it harder to fight off disease. If you already have a health problem, stress can make it worse. It can make you moody, tense, or depressed. Your relationships may suffer, and you may not do well at work or school.
There are many tools to help you manage stress. One that is probably new to you is Sound Therapy and it is extremely effective. It helps you calm the stress reactions and helps your body repair the damages that stress has caused over the years. It is a specific set of frequencies that remind your body of where it should be vibrating at in order to be happy and healthy.
We have removed the stress of trying Sound Therapy with our no questions asked 90-day guarantee. We can’t guarantee that it will work for everyone but we absolutely guarantee that if it doesn’t, we will give you your money back with a smile and our thanks for giving it a try. You have nothing to lose but your stress.
Short Description of Stress
Stress is the body’s way of reacting to any change that needs a response or adjustment. The body reacts to the changes via physical, mental and emotional responses. Stress is a normal part of existence as anyone can feel stress from one’s thoughts, body and the environment.
Symptoms of Stress
- pain in the back or chest
- cramps or muscle spasms
- erectile dysfunction and loss of libido
- heart disease
- lower immunity and becoming prone to diseases
- muscle aches and pains
- nervous twitches
- pins and needles
- sleeping problems
- stomach upset
Etiology of Stress
People react differently to different situations. What may be deemed stressful to one individual may not be to another. Almost anything can be a source of stress. Here are several situations that can cause stress to people:
- Retirement or job issues
- Lack of financing or source of funds
- Family problems
- Disease or illness
- Loss of a home
- Relationships, marriage and divorce
Other known causes of stress are:
- Suffering an abortion or miscarriage
- Major traffic
- Fear of an accident
- Fear of crime or issues with neighbors
- Excessive noise, pollution
- Uncertainty or waiting for an important outcome
Some of the common emotional reactions to stress include:
- Feelings of insecurity
- Nail biting
Behaviors linked to people under stress are:
- Food cravings either eating too much or very little
- Angry outbursts
- Drug and alcohol abuse
- Social isolation
- Frequent crying
- Relationship issues
Types of Stress
This type of stress is considered short-term and is also the most common way that stress happens. Acute stress involves pondering about the pressures of events that have happened recently or upcoming demands in the near future. A classic example is being involved in an argument that has caused you to be upset or the need to comply with a deadline, you could feel stress under these conditions but once the source is reduced or goes away, the stress goes too. Acute stress does not result in the same degree of damage as long-term chronic stress. People suffering from acute stress can experience tension headaches, an upset stomach and a moderate amount of distress. It is important to note however, that repeated instances of acute stress over a period of time is deemed unhealthy and can cause harm.
Episodic Acute Stress
Individuals that experience bouts of acute stress or whose lives present frequent triggers to stress are deemed to have episodic acute stress. People with too much commitments and lack of organization can easily find themselves to suffer from episodic stress symptoms. They tend to become tense and irritable all the time and as a result their relationships with other people suffer. People that tend to worry too much about anything under the sun can also find themselves in this category. This form of stress may lead to medical problems such as high blood pressure and heart disease.
Among the different stress categories, this one tends to produce the most harm. Ongoing poverty, dysfunctional family relationships, an unhappy marriage may cause chronic stress conditions. This happens when the person involved does not see a favorable outcome or escape from the stressor and then stops looking for solutions. The condition may also be due to a traumatic experience early in life. Chronic stress may go unnoticed and people sometimes can get used to it, unlike acute stress, which is short-lived and often presents an immediate solution, chronic stress may become part of a person’s personality. This puts them at greater risk to suffer from its effects. People that suffer from chronic stress are likely to have a breakdown that can lead to suicide, violence, stroke and cardiac arrest.
Stress and Health
Our bodies are designed to experience stress and react accordingly to it. Stress can be positive as it keeps us motivated, alert and ready to avoid potential danger or disaster. Stress becomes negative when we are constantly bombarded with the stressor without relief or relaxation in between. The result is a body that is overworked and may make us prone to life threatening medical conditions both physical and emotional. Our body has an autonomic nervous system that acts as a built-in stress response systems that activates physiological changes in our body so we can fight the stressful event. This is known as the fight or flight response and is activated in case of an emergency. However, exposure to this kind of response for prolonged periods can produce wear and tear not just physically but from an emotional standpoint as well.
Stress that goes on unabated can lead to a serious condition called distress – a negative stress reaction. This condition results in disturbing the body’s natural balance and leads to physical symptoms like headaches, hypertension, chest pain, sleeping problems and sexual dysfunction just to name a few. Emotional issues can also result from distress and these include depression, panic attacks and other forms of anxiety. Evidence shows that stress can worsen existing medical conditions and is linked to the six leading causes of death namely: cancer, heart disease, lung disease, accidents, liver cirrhosis and suicide. It is important that we find a way to manage stress properly and keep it at bay.