You heard it here first: “Certain harmonies, melodies, and frequencies can actually have great healing potential in our bodies,” says board-certified integrative neurologist Ilene Ruhoy, M.D., Ph.D., on this episode of the mindbodygreen podcast. It’s an up-and-coming field known as psychoacoustics, which involves how we perceive sounds in our brains and how they translate to physiological effects. Your body and brain hold on to so much information from what you see, touch, smell, taste, and, yes, hear—why not use some of that information to your advantage? Click here to read more…
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