Many people are skeptical of the effectiveness of Brain Wave Vibration. However, hundreds of people have attested to the benefits of the technique, a holistic healing method that aims to balance the mind and body and encourage peace and happiness through good health. Despite skepticism, the benefits of this practice have actually been clinically proven.
The method involves creating rhythmic, deliberate vibrations in the body and embracing the pulsations. By slowing down your brain waves, these rhythms help free and guide your body's natural ability to recover from injury, illness and the daily wear of life. It's been known to reduce stress, boost vitality and energy, stimulate the healing process and help people better handle their emotions.
In 2011, researchers from the psychology department of the University of London conducted a comparative and randomized trial looking into the effects of Brain Wave Vibration on human emotion and well-being. For five weeks, 35 healthy adults took a series of 10 classes in the subject, Iyengar yoga or mindfulness meditation. All three groups experienced increased feelings of well-being, but Brain Wave Vibration showed significantly higher effects on depression and sleep latency.