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Sound frequencies have a range of effects on the mind, body, and spirit.

What is Sound Frequency?
  • Sound frequency refers to the number of oscillations of sound waves per second, measured in hertz (Hz).

  • Audible frequencies for the human body include sound waves between 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz.

What is Sound Frequency Therapy?
  • Sound frequencies are a great preventative personal health care method.

  • Clinically and scientifically proven holistic method of non-invasive support.

  • Accessible from the privacy of your home, 24/7.

How does it Affect the Body?
  • Some frequencies promote relaxation, reduce inflammation, and help manage pain, while others stimulate and energize the body.

  • Low-frequency sound waves are ideal for helping reduce inflammation and improve concentration.

  • Higher-frequency sound waves help stimulate the body's natural production of endorphins.

Soaak’s sound frequency compositions are created by blending multiple frequencies into one audio track for specific outcomes. Sound frequency therapy can be delivered through a variety of methods, including the use of speakers, headphones, and bone-conducting headsets.

What do sound frequencies do for the body?

Sound frequencies can have a wide range of effects on the body, depending on the frequency, duration, and method of exposure. In short, sound frequencies help align the body to a state of balance and optimization.

Synchronicity & Balance

The Principle of Entrainment states that when two systems oscillating at different frequencies are brought into close proximity, they move toward synchronizing their oscillations.

For example, the brain, heart, and breath tend to oscillate at different frequencies, but when exposed to sound frequencies, the body can become more synchronized and balanced.

Production of Serotonin & Dopamine

Another way that frequencies affect the body is through their ability to stimulate or inhibit the production of certain neurochemicals.

For example, exposure to low-frequency sound waves has been found to increase the production of serotonin, a neurochemical associated with feelings of well-being and happiness. Similarly, exposure to high-frequency sound waves has been found to increase the production of dopamine, a neurochemical associated with motivation and pleasure.

Relaxation & Stress Relief

The vibration of certain frequencies can also affect the body. For example, frequencies in the alpha and theta ranges have been found to stimulate healing.

This is the case with some forms of sound therapy, which promotes relaxation, reduces stress, and helps to clear blockages in the body's energy pathways.

Alertness & Concentration

Specific sound frequencies can also help enhance focus by creating a relaxed alertness in the brain, enhancing concentration and cognitive performance.

In addition to improving focus and productivity, these frequencies can also help improve attention, memory, and creativity.

How Does It Work?

Imagine that your body is like a musical instrument, and each part of your body makes a different sound – just as a guitar has strings that make different notes when you pluck them.

When you listen to music, your body responds differently depending on what you’re listening to. Some notes make you feel happy, like when you hear your favorite song, and some notes make you feel calm, like when you listen to a lullaby. These are called “good notes” and “relaxing notes.”

Just as you can play different notes on a guitar depending on what song you want to hear, listening to different frequencies can positively affect your body depending on what outcomes you wish to receive. Some frequencies can make you calm and happy, and some can make you alert and focused.

Sound frequency therapy is like someone playing “good notes” or “relaxing notes” in your ear to make you feel better. And if you’re sad or not feeling well, these “good notes” can make you feel better, just like how your favorite song makes you happy!

Sound Frequencies vs Binaural Beats

Sound frequencies and binaural beats are both related to the use of sound to promote healing and well-being, but they are different concepts.

Sound Frequencies
Binaural Beats

Binaural beats, on the other hand, are a type of sound therapy that utilizes two different frequencies of sound played through headphones. The difference between the two frequencies is perceived as a "beat" by the brain, and this beat is believed to stimulate specific brainwaves and promote relaxation, focus, and other therapeutic effects.

Scientific Studies

This study found 528 Hz “has an especially strong stress-reducing effect, even following only five minutes of exposure.” This is true for subjective and measured stress reduction of the endocrine and the autonomic nervous systems.

Akimoto, K., Hu, A.L., Yamaguchi, T. & Kobayashi, H. (2018). Effect of 528 Hz Music on the Endocrine System and Autonomic Nervous System. Health, 10, 1159-1170.

This study shows that receiving text messages to help you reach your goals is a powerful resource. In this particular study, the patients received motivational text messages to help them stop smoking. The study goes so far as to say that motivational text messages “should be a public health priority.”

Scott-Sheldon L., Lantini R., Jennings E., Thind H., Rosen R., Salmoirago-Blotcher E., & Bock B. (2016). Text Messaging-Based Interventions for Smoking Cessation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. JMIR mHealth uHealth, 4(2):e49. 

This study explores sympathetic resonance, the synchronization of more than one oscillatory pattern, especially as it relates to information transfer, energy flow, and biological systems. Sound frequencies impact the body through this process.

Hunt, T., & Schooler, J. W. (2019). The Easy Part of the Hard Problem: A Resonance Theory of Consciousness. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 13, 378. 

This study found causes of test anxiety, as reported by students, were primarily related to negative self-talk during preparation for the exam. The effects of anxiety impacted their emotional well-being, cognitive functioning, and physical well-being.

Encandela, J., Gibson, C., Angoff, N., Leydon, G., & Green, M. (2014). Characteristics of test anxiety among medical students and congruence of strategies to address it. Medical education online, 19, 25211. 

This study found that "[t]he use of music significantly decreased clinical anxiety levels, and the frequency of 432 Hz was effective in decreasing salivary cortisol levels before tooth extraction.”

Aravena, P. C., Almonacid, C., & Mancilla, M. I. (2020). Effect of music at 432 Hz and 440 Hz on dental anxiety and salivary cortisol levels in patients undergoing tooth extraction: a randomized clinical trial. Journal of applied oral science : revista FOB, 28, e20190601.

This study found that “[l]istening to music at 432 Hz is a low cost and short intervention that can be a useful resource to manage anxiety and stress.” The study used “432 Hz to reduce anxiety and stress in emergency nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Calamassi, D., Li Vigni, M. L., Fumagalli, C., Gheri, F., Pomponi, G. P., & Bambi, S. (2022). The Listening to music tuned to 440 Hz versus 432 Hz to reduce anxiety and stress in emergency nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: a double-blind, randomized controlled pilot study. Acta bio-medica : Atenei Parmensis, 93(S2), e2022149.

This study found that “432Hz music has significant calming effect as reflected by increased alpha activities without any significant effect upon the sleep latency,” thus improving sleep performance of those listening to 432Hz.

Dubey, P., Kumar, Y., Singh, R., Jha, K., & Kumar, R. (2019). Effect of music of specific frequency upon the sleep architecture and electroencephalographic pattern of individuals with delayed sleep latency: A daytime nap study. Journal of family medicine and primary care, 8(12), 3915–3919.


Soaak Technologies Acquires RenuYou Clinics, Expanding its Innovative Solutions for Mental Strength and Physical Well-being

by PR Newswire | Jul 03, 2023

Soaak Technologies, a leading provider of innovative health technology, has announced its acquisition of RenuYou Clinics, a prestigious fifteen-year-old Board Certified clinic, specializing in a wide range of personalized therapies, including brain mapping and neurofeedback. This strategic acquisition strengthens Soaak Technologies' position as a leader in the field of mental and physical well-being.

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