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In the grand symphony of life, even the sounds coming out of our bodies have a story to tell.

There’s a whole repertoire of messages that leave tell-tale signs as to the state of our health. They include…..

Urine (urinalysis)

Fecal matter (stool tests)

Heartbeat (Heartbeat sensors)

Sweat  (Sweat Test)

Tears (Schirmer’s Test)

Saliva (Salivomics)

Blood (Complete Blood Count)

Hair (Trichoscopy)

….even your fingernails (Onychomancy)

However your vocal cords are very much in the spotlight as the voice itself has become a star performer in detecting the internal imbalances of a person. It’s like they’re spilling the beans on hidden health secrets.

The State of Your Health can be Found in the  Sounds of YOUR Voice

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You can tell from someone’s voice that they’re tired, run down or excited just by listening. One day you may sound like Darth Vader; another like Tiny Tim. But you can learn so much more through frequency-based medicine.

Your voice can even drop hints about your health between sentences.

Frequency-based medicine is currently positioned at the top of today’s alternative health options as frequencies and structures found in the human voice can be used to identify the characteristics of the body that can be measured (“mathematical biomarkers”). 

Your blood pressure for example is a biomarker that represents states of health and wellness.

Named Scientist of the Year in 2001 for her work in BioAcoustic Biology Sharry Edwards is the pioneer in the study of Human BioAcoustic Biology and the recognized pioneer of Vocal Profiling.

Her website explains this emerging work in more detail:

Analysing the sound of a person’s voice (“voice biomarkers”) can be used to begin the process of bringing the body back into balance.

To detect potential health issues, this technology leverages the characteristics of a person’s speech, such as pitch, tone, rhythm and even subtle variations.  Below are some ways in which voice analysis can be used for health assessment:

  • Detecting Respiratory Conditions
  • Monitoring Mental Health
  • Identifying Neurological Disorders
  • Diagnosing Cardiovascular Health
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Monitoring Chronic Conditions
  • Telemedicine
  • Medication Adherence

In addition to these, the team at Sound Health are using human voice and the associated frequencies to help clients resolve serious health issues such as: macular degeneration, multiple sclerosis, headaches, muscle stress, brain trauma, weight issues and nutritional concerns. 

The technology is cutting edge as it can identify health and well-being possibilities that people may never have encountered or even considered.

Sound Health: The Perils of a First Diagnosis

In Britain, our lightning-fast 10-minute GP appointments are shorter than our tea breaks. Hardworking doctors barely have time to learn your name, let alone unravel the mysteries of your symptoms.

According to a 2017 study by the Mayo Clinic in the USA, 88% of first diagnoses made by doctors was incorrect.  When you’re sick, you need better direction than medical roulette.

Doctors and their patients could seriously benefit from more time!

If your regular health care provider recommends surgery or a major treatment, it might be a good idea to get a second opinion.  I certainly would ask for one.

Take my friend, for example. At her appointment she was given a diagnosis and sent home with a bag full of pills. Fast forward six months and a bout of sound therapy analysis, she discovered that her original diagnosis was as tea is to coffee…..with similarities but not the same.

We’re not pointing fingers at the doctor who simply didn’t have the time to gather sufficient information from his patient for the correct tests to be carried out.

It’s important to note that while voice analysis for health shows great promise, it is not a standalone diagnostic tool. Instead, it can be used as part of a broader assessment alongside traditional medical tests and examinations. 

It’s still early stages and more research is needed to validate accuracy and reliability. On top of that privacy and ethical considerations surrounding the use of voice data for health analysis need to be carefully addressed.

To thrive as it deserves, the human race NEEDS  to embrace BioAcoustic Biology. Therefore to survive, Sound Therapist practitioners, clinicians and trainers are needed to cater for the increasing interest and demand.

The Sound Health website provides a level of free training if only to create a better understanding of this fascinating and increasingly popular approach.

Whether you have a season ticket to your doctor or not, people are realising that our allopathic approach to dis-ease may not always have peoples’ improved health as its main objective. With this in mind, Sound Health offers free voice analysis.  Read the guidelines and listen to the video before you submit your voice sample.


Graeme Dinnen

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