What Is Human BioAcoustics?
Have you ever noticed that you can hear happiness, anger, illness, vitality, and other traits within the sound of a person's voice? In fact, our voice is a very accurate reflection of our state of being, much more so than you might first imagine. Everything has a resonant frequency, including all the nutrients, proteins, amino acids, hormones, toxins, muscles, organs, etc. within your body. Human BioAcoustics is the field of research where vocal frequencies have been meticulously mapped to the presence and status of these elements. PDF reports are generated identifying low and high levels of these parameters, which can then be utilized to formulate targeted strategies to optimize one's health. Furthermore, very specific audio frequencies may be given to entrain the brain in a bio-feedback fashion to promote the body to become more balanced, thus alleviating symptoms and returning to an improved health status. See this one minute BioAcoustics Intro video.
How Can I Become Involved?
The non-profit research Institute of BioAcoustics Biology and Sound Health is dedicated towards continuing research in mapping health conditions with corresponding vocal patterns so that this information may be used as a tool to empower people to improve their own health. You can contribute towards this effort by participating in their free weekly online sessions, experimenting with the free NanoVoice personality profiler software or the new online NanoVoice version, self-studying with their free BioAcoustics Basics course, watching the video tutorials, enrolling in the 2-day technician-level monthly classes where you'll learn to generate BioAcoustic vocal analysis reports (usually offered free!), or even investing in becoming a BioAcoustics Practitioner via the 5-day course. If you would like to simply try this out, contact me and I'll be happy to generate some vocal analysis reports of your voice as time permits. Or better yet, request a free voice analysis online at the new Sound Health Portal compliments of the Sound Health Portal Team.