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voice and sound
Music structure determines heart rate variability of singers
Effects of choir singing or listening on secretory immunoglobulin A, cortisol, and emotional state.
The effects of music and visual stress on testosterone and cortisol in men and women.
The effect of low-frequency sound stimulation on patients with fibromyalgia: a clinical study.
Vibroacustic therapy: The Therapeutic Effect of Low Frequency Sound on Specific Physical Disorders and Disabilities
VIbroacustis therapy - Olav Skille
The impact of group singing on mood, coping, and perceived pain in chronic pain patients attending a multidisciplinary pain clinic.
A pilot investigation of quality of life and lung function following choral singing in cancer survivors and their carers
Sound Therapy Induced Relaxation: Down Regulating Stress Processes and Pathologies
Health Benefits of Singing
Using Voice and Movement in Therapy
Voice Movement Therapy - Healing Mind and Body with Sound and Song
The Way Alfred Wolfsohn Taught
Alfred Wolfsohn - The man and his ideas
Singing to children may help development of language skills
Nitric Oxide and Tuning Forks
Noter om musik och hälsa (notes on music and health)
Therapeutic Voicework: Principles and Practice for the Use of Singing as a Therapy
The Singing cure
Complete Vocal Technique
Freeing the Natural Voice
Well-Tuned Women: Growing Strong Through Voicework
Frankie Armstrong (editor)
The Alchemy of Voice
Jonathan Goldman: Chakra Frequencies
The Mystery Behind the Voice: A Biography of Alfred Wolfsohn
Blinded by Science (chapter 2: Vibrations and chapter 3: Water
The Field (chapter 4: the language of the cells)
Human Tuning Sound Healing with Tuning Forks
Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy
Cymatics: A Study of Wave Phenomena & Vibration
Water Sound Images: The Creative Music of the Universe
Music determines heart rate variability of singers
Dementia: Singing for the Brain
Music Medicine: Sound At A Cellular Level
Cymatic video 1
Cymatic video 2
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