Can sound really change your brainwaves so you feel relaxed? Can it create a healthy mind, body and spirit to prevent and treat disease? Research says it can. The benefits to be realized by controlling your brainwaves are simply astounding. The practice in which sound wave stimuli are purposefully used to alter brainwaves in this matter is called brain wave entrainment (BWE).
Numerous studies indicate that roughly 90% of all illness is linked to stress. While some stress is actually good for us, what we are currently experiencing in our day to day life is way too much. Chronic, persistent stress has been shown to lead to numerous biological changes that make the body more conducive to cancer development, growth and progression. By using brainwave entrainment to change the state that your brain is in, you will be better equipped to handle acute and long-term stress as well as improve quality and quantity of sleep—a lack of sleep will exacerbate the effects of stress, and proper sleep is needed to produce much-needed melatonin.
For the full article, please read Change Your Mind: Change Your Health in my column Options for Life in the Natural Healing, Natural Wellness Newsletter. (please see page 5).
Read more on why not getting enough sleep is a risk factor for cancer, and encourages cancer growth and increases inflammation: Sleep Your Way to Less Cancer
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Elyn Jacobs is a breast cancer survivor, professional cancer strategist, speaker, and the Executive Director for the Emerald Heart Cancer Foundation. Elyn empowers women to choose the path for treatment that best fits their own individual needs. She is passionate about helping others move forward into a life of health and well-being. Elyn has been featured on CNN Money, Talk About Health, and Breast Cancer Answers and has written for the Pink Paper, Breast Cancer Wellness, Integrative Oncology Essentials, Surviving Beautifully, Body Local and more, and writes the Options for Life column for the Natural Healing-Natural Wellness Newsletter. Elyn hosts the Survive and Live Well Radio Show on the Cancer Support Network. Elyn lives in New York with her husband and two young boys.