Have you ever considered what water has to do with sound healing? The two are actually intimately connected.
Water is a powerful element that can ease pain and promote healing. When used correctly, water can help to speed up the healing process.
Sound healing therapy is based on the premise that our bodies are mostly water, and that sound waves can help to reduce stress and promote healing by affecting the water molecules in our cells. The theory is that when we are exposed to certain frequencies of sound, it can help to bring our bodies into a state of balance and harmony.
The importance of water in Sound Healing
We have to remember the building blocks of life. Water, air, and sunlight!
Without water, the body cannot properly flush out toxins and heal itself. Nothing can properly communicate in the cells without water.
The body is made up of cells, and each cell is made up of water. When the body is injured, the cells are damaged and need to be repaired.
The body uses water to repair the cells and flush out toxins.
Water is essential for the healing process!
Drinking plenty of water is crucial for anyone who is recovering from an injury, or illness, or undergoing sound therapy. Proper hydration helps the body to repair and heal faster.
Good hydration before and after Sound Therapy
Before and after a sound therapy session, it is essential to drink plenty of water. A hydrated body will flush out the toxins that have been released from the cells during the session.
A hydrated body will receive the session with more ease and flow because water conducts sound in the body. When the body is adequately hydrated, the cells are able to function at their optimal level.
In dihydrated body symptoms of “detox” can accrue which can be very uncomfortable. This can be prevented with proper hydration.
Depending on the length and intensity of the sound session, you may need to drink more than eight glasses of water per day. It is important to listen to your body and drink when you are thirsty.
How much water should I drink?
Most people know they should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily, but that’s not necessarily the ideal amount for some. The amount of water each person needs depends on many factors, including their age, gender, activity level, weight, kidney health, and whether they’re pregnant or breastfeeding.
For example, people who exercise need to drink more water than sedentary people to stay hydrated.
- About 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids a day for men
- About 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women
“It’s possible to take in too much water if you have certain health conditions, such as thyroid disease or kidney, liver, or heart problems; or if you’re taking medications that make you retain water, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), opiate pain medications, and some antidepressants.” Harward health publishing
How to improve the quality of water for the best cellular osmosis?
Water without minerals is empty water. You need minerals in your water for it properly hydrates the body.
After the water has been filtered it will remove harmful bacteria and chemicals as well as good minerals.
The easiest way to make sure my water is full of minerals I utilize a Sole solution. This method allows me to produce Sole water with plenty of minerals right in my own home with ease.
All you need is pure water + Pink Himalayan salt or Celtic Sea salt. Personally, I use both.
Water is a key element in human life and an integral part of healing. Not only does it keep our bodies hydrated, but it also helps flush out toxins. Anyone going through sound therapy must understand that it is the water that helps remove toxins from the body. And one should be aware of the fact that the body needs water to be able to function well and to eliminate or reduce detox load after the session.