Human connection to animals has proven to have many benefits. From emotional support dogs to cuddling with your kitten, spending time with animals is something that can be very healing for some people. Our furry friends (and even the non-furry ones) hold healing frequencies that can positively influence our health and well-being. In this article, we will focus on the ways in which animal sounds can be good for human health.
The Science of Animal Sounds
Animal sounds have been used for centuries as a healing therapy. The use of animal sounds is based on the principle that all living beings emit a unique frequency. When humans hear these frequencies, it can affect their emotional and physical state. Animal sounds have been known to have a calming effect on humans. When humans hear animal sounds, it can help to reduce stress and promote relaxation.
Several studies have been conducted to investigate the healing effects of animal sounds. One study found that listening to birdsongs alleviated anxiety and paranoia in healthy patients. The study found that the patients who listened to bird sounds had lower levels of stress hormones, such as cortisol, compared to those who did not listen to bird sounds.
Other studies are investigating the healing influence of a cat's purr. One study found that the frequency of a cat's purr falls between 25 and 140 Hz. These frequencies correspond to vibrational/electrical frequencies used in treatment for bone growth/fractures, pain, edema, muscle growth/strain, joint flexibility, dyspnea, and wounds.
Understanding the healing potentials of animals sounds is a subject that continues to be explored. We will continue to share our findings as more research becomes available :)