Humming Your Way To Better Health….Plus, A Free 5-Day Epigenetics Event!

 

Can’t get much simpler or easier than improving your health with humming! Makes me glad I have a tendency to go around humming to myself all the time. Here’s some fascinating info about the power of “the hum” from Underground Health Reporter…..

 

Did You Know…

… that humming is good for your heart and mind?

Sound therapy has healed sick bodies and minds for thousands of years.  Himalayan singing bowls, chanting, and the humming of “Om” have been used for prayer and meditation, and have been shown to enhance relaxation and well-being.

Chances are you use sound therapy in your life without even realizing it.  A Prevention magazine survey revealed that 3 out of 4 people de-stress by listening to music, and 82% verified that they felt significant relief.

If you don’t have any music or singing bowls on hand, then just start humming!  Humming helps to ease any stress or tension you may be feeling and is good for your heart.  Studies suggest that humming can even help clear your sinuses.

Hum for Your Heart

Humming helps to reduce blood pressure and lower heart rate.  High blood pressure (hypertension) affects 1 in 3 Americans, many of whom don’t even realize they’re at risk.  Hypertension is called “the silent killer” because if left untreated it can cause kidney, heart, and brain damage.  Humming may help mitigate that risk.

A 2010 study from Nepal College Medical Journal showed that when people hummed “O-U-Mmma” blood pressure dropped significantly and heart rate decreased slightly in just 5 minutes.

Hum for Calm

Humming promotes a state of calm in two ways.  First, it increases the amount of oxygen we take in (stress depletes our bodies of oxygen).  Second, humming activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which in turn triggers the relaxation response.  The relaxation response relaxes muscles, slows heart rate, lowers blood pressure, and even optimizes digestion.

Try it for yourself.  See if when you hum the muscles in your face and jaw let go of tension, your shoulders relax, your belly loosens, your thoughts slow down, and your focus improves.

Hum for Your Sinuses

Sinusitis and other sinus diseases afflict approximately 14% of Americans.  Sinus problems can manifest as headaches, digestive disorders, and pain in the inflamed area around the nose. Research has shown that humming can unblock obstructions in the sinuses.  When these blockages are loosened up, nitric oxide can flow easier.  Nitric oxide is essential for proper sinus function because it helps dilute the capillary beds and improve blood flow.  Scientists also believe that humming helps to lengthen the exhalations of our breath, which gives the body more time to breathe in ample oxygen.

It’s All About the Vibration
According to sound therapy practitioners, everything is made up of vibration, including your body.  Disease occurs when the body’s natural vibration is thrown off tune.  Sound therapy attempts to correct imbalanced vibration, and has been used as a complementary alternative medicine to treat both physical and mental ailments.  Here are just a few:
Fertility complications
IBS
Cancer symptoms
Chronic pain
Arthritis
Anxiety
Depression
Parkinson’s disease
Hormonal imbalancesIt doesn’t matter if you hum a tune or a single note like “Om.”  The trick is tapping into the vibration of the hum to fine-tune the rhythms and resonance in your body.

Also read the post on the vagus nerve and humming:

https://selfhelphealth.wordpress.com/2016/02/14/vague-about-the-vagus-read-this-plus-southwestern-stuffed-sweet-potatoes/

Related Self-help Health posts:

Sound Healing: Harmonizing Your Mind & Body With Solfeggio Tones

Science Confirms Music Is A Multi-purpose Health Aid

Get Your Groove On! The Music And Movement Connection

Want To Improve Your Mental Health And Performance? Go For Baroque!

 

And here’s an invite from Jennifer McLean of MasterWorks Healing to a free event you may be interested in signing up for…..

Epigenetics Week is a 5-day workshop that will help you understand how environmental and lifestyle factors influence your gene expression through the most cutting-edge, in-depth information on the elaborate relationship between science, health, nutrition, psychology AND spirituality.

Through this very special and informative program, you’ll learn how Ph360 Creator Matt Riemann cured himself of a terminal and rare genetic disorder AND how YOU can prevent AND reverse disease and change how you look AND feel.

– Learn about an exclusive wellness process that has helped tens of thousands turn disease into vibrant health by turning ON your “good” genes and turning OFF your “bad” genes
– Uncover a whole new epigenetic understanding of nutritional science and how it impacts not only your health, but also your energy, functionality AND consciousness
– Receive eye-opening information that will help you see the beautiful interconnectedness between your genes, the new science of health, and your personal capacity for vitality
– Understand what your environment, nutrition, physical activity and relationships are doing to your health – and how to change it ALL easily

REGISTER HERE, bring your notepads, prepare to harness the power of your epigenetic influences and learn to prevent AND control the future of your health.

 

Salud!

p.s. Be sure to give Self-help Health a follow so you don’t miss out on any future posts. Also check out the To Your Health page at my website Evolution Made Easier and my other blog for more helpful information, tips, tools and resources.

Disclaimer: Please note that any information here is provided as a guideline only, and is not meant to substitute for the advice of your physician, nutritionist, trained healthcare practitioner, and/or inner guidance system. Always consult a professional before undertaking any change to your normal health routine.

 

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