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Our music is composed with headache and pain relief tones to help you find comfort and relief.
Thank you for all the wonderful comments from the many people this video has assisted with headache, pain, anxiety and migraine relief all over the World. If I could ask one small favour, is that you please like and share this video and subscribe to this channel. Please also check out our many other videos! Many Blessings to You All, Keith. PLEASE NOTE THAT WHILE THIS TRACK MIGHT ASSIST YOU IT IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT. If you have pain or other symptoms please always consult your medical practitioner.
A soothing 3hour track to assist with managing headache, migraine and pain relief, also useful for anxiety and stress relief.
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PLEASE NOTE; It is not necessary to watch the video if you have migraine or headache - THE VIDEO IS FOR SHOW ONLY - IT IS THE SOUND THAT IS THE HELP - NOT THE VISUALS.
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Try this Migraine headache relief music if you want help to relieve symptoms associated with headache or migraines. It will not work for everyone, however it has helped a LOT of people to assist with managing symptoms associated with headaches etc.
Using Isochronic tones, binaural beats and sounds from nature (a babbling brook), this recording will assist in the process of chronic pain relief - including migraines, headaches and even fibromyalgia.
It's beautiful relaxation music and is a 3 hour brainwave entrainment recording uses Delta frequencies (The deepest sound frequencies) to relax the listener, whilst allowing the body to naturally come into balance whilst healing and repairing itself.
Use this recording in a quiet place, free of distractions, sitting in a chair or whilst lying down.
Pop on some headphones (binaural beats are best used with headphones), close your eyes and allow your body and mind to relax. The brainwave entrainment will 'entrain' your mind to frequencies of health and well-being, thus reducing chronic aches and pains. Can also be used as meditation music.
Please note. Never use this recording to take the place of professional medical assistance and never use whilst driving or operating machinery.
The Research and Science behind brainwave entrainment:
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