Monday, July 11, 2016

Medulla Oblongata... Responsive to Sound Frequencies...

Medulla Oblongata

Location: Lower part of the brain stem
Function: Carries out and regulates life sustaining functions such as breathing, swallowing and heart rate.
The medulla is easily the most important part of the brain. Its functions are involuntary. We would not be able to live without the medulla because of the myriad of crucial tasks it performs including regulating blood pressure and breathing. As a part of the brain stem, it also helps transfer neural messages from the brain to the spinal cord.
It has been found that applying specific acoustic sound frequencies, via medical grade tuning forks, to this section of the cranium, deeper breathing, relaxation, balance, pain relief, and a renewed feeling of wellbeing are brought forth.

Rose Marie Raccioppi

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