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Sound Therapy for Mesothelioma

Today, people living with cancer are in constant search for new effective techniques, therapies, and drugs that can ease the symptoms or make it tolerable at least. There are a number of therapies that indeed helped mesothelioma patients when included in the traditional treatment regimen. This enthusiasm to try something unusual is the first big footstep towards recovery and improvement in the quality of life.

It was first developed in the 1950s in Europe by a Swiss physician and scientist Dr. Hans Jenny. This healing therapy includes activities lie drumming, chanting, hand-clapping that produce a sound vibration. Generally, a sound vibrating machine is placed on the area to be healed. Then a frequency matching the pulsations of a healthy body would be set to lure the influenced part to pulsate at the same frequency.

There are many cancer centers and hospitals that have welcomed the use of such therapies to fight the detrimental threats of the chronic ailments. Check it with your caregivers if they have such program.

One such therapy is the “Sound Therapy”, an appropriate expression for several kinds of alternative treatments like music therapy, Tomatis method, and vibroacoustic therapy. It is also known as bio-resonance therapy. It uses low-frequency sounds and vibrations to stimulate the natural healing power that the body possesses. Sound therapy is a part of sound healing which includes humming, chanting, and hand-clapping whereas sound therapy is more clinically structured. According to the aficionados of this therapy, everything existing in the mental, spiritual and physical world vibrates based on the constant movement and vibration of the electrons. Correcting the rate of vibration of an ill body can help it to recover.
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How Does Sound Therapy Helps People with Mesothelioma?

Sound therapy is unlikely to cure mesothelioma, but it can help relieve some of the physical and psychological signs of the disease. It also influences the immune system of the body. It can help people with depression, anxiety, memory problems, and chronic pain. Chronic pain is a usual, yet big problem for mesothelioma patients. Cancer patients, who are unwilling to add more pain-killers to their daily dosage of drugs, choose this kind of therapy to restore the hope of lessening the pain.
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Expected Cost of Sound Therapy

It got a sliding fee structure and depends on several factors like the devices, therapies, location, duration of the session, the experience of the therapist. Some hospitals and voluntary organizations offer it for free or lowered fee. However, it is expected to range from $40 to $65 for an hour’s session.
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Overall Conclusion

Cancer is a disease of the body, mind, and spirit. Only a person with an optimistic spirit can beat cancer. The use of sound therapy has a deeper impact than the conventional treatments. Not only it relieves the symptoms of the ailment, but also calms the anxious mind and boosts the immune to promote self-healing. Though it is safe and natural, but the vibrations and sound can make you emotional. Be candid! It will help your therapist and doctor to help you get better. Don’t replace or discontinue your traditional treatment. Sound therapy cannot cure cancer, but surely help you deal and feel better.

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