Relief of stress and stress-related symptoms
Neurosonic has a direct balancing effect on the autonomic nervous system, particularly sympathetic activity. Positive changes are taking place in the neurotransmitter function and the neural pathways in the alarm state are calming down. A stressed person is able to fall asleep more easily and the night-time awakening that triggers staying up is reduced or stopped altogether.
Vibration has many effects in stress relief
With vibration, the function of the autonomic nervous system is balanced and the neurotransmitter function begins to normalize. A stressed person is able to fall asleep more easily and the night-time awakening that triggers staying up time is reduced or stopped altogether. The body calms down and the mechanisms that repair it function better. The effect can be seen e.g. decrease in heart rate, increase in heart rate variability, muscle relaxation, headaches disappear and bowel normalization.
The treatment “clears the head”, and effectively relaxes while improving alertness. Anxiety, restlessness and tension are alleviated, which results in more effective mental functioning. After this there is room for different experiences and creativity.
Neurosonic has been found useful, for example, in workstations. The factors causing stress may not change, but the treatment will give you an extra "elastic band" to handle and you will no longer exert the same stress.
Stress-related pain relieves
Pain can be the result of muscle tension caused by prolonged stress and sleep deprivation, as well as changes in central nervous system function, tissue circulation and fluid circulation. Stress-related pains are characterized by the fact that they may not have an explanatory physiological defect despite research.
Vibration has been shown to have a significant effect on muscle blood circulation. Vibration relaxes muscles, improving blood circulation and oxygenation, while relieving muscle pain and unexplained pain caused by stress.
How does stress affect our bodies?
In a negative and prolonged state of stress, the human body does not function normally. Stress is always a threat that puts your body in a "fight or escape" state. Physiologically, this means over activation of the HPA axis between the brain and the adrenal cortex. The body constantly produces too much cortisol, which is a survival mediator. Adrenaline levels are also too high.
Physical stress can cause vague and unexplained psychophysical pain, stomach symptoms, insomnia and anxiety. Prolonged stress can lead to depression through changes in neurotransmitters, psychological pressure and reduced quality of sleep. Most of the time we experience stress as a psychic phenomenon, and we do not necessarily think that stress is largely a physiological imbalance in our bodies. The most important function of the body is to sustain life and any activity that threatens it causes us to respond to stress in an individual way.
Bodily stress must be addressed through bodily means
To overcome physical stress, imbalances in the body must be affected physiologically. Influencing via thinking is a much slower process, due to the structure of our brain. Primarily because of the connections between the limbic system and the cortex and the frontal lobes of the brain. When the body is calmed down by external stimulation, changes in thinking about stress factors are much easier.