A friend recently emailed me an article from the Klinghardt Institute about the Coronavirus. As I perused it, eyes glazing over some scientific material, I stopped when I read something I actually understood:
“Simple humming while exhaling instantly increases the nitric oxide concentration in the nasal passages and sinuses.”
Humming is the one sound I want you to know about.
Humming is a simple sound that you and anyone can make anywhere for those 20 seconds you wash your hands. And yes, please tell your family and friends about tit.
Humming is sound medicine. Medicine that’s enjoyable and free of side-effects. You can think of humming as a sound supplement.
Let’s go into what humming can do for you.
Humming and nitric oxide.
One of the key elements that help bodies’ defense systems against bacterial and viral infections is nitric oxide.
It is also a pro-inflammatory mediator.
What this means (if, like me, you’re not a scientist) is that it is important to have lots of nitric oxide not only to prevent, but to treat viruses, especially the one we’re all dealing with.
It is scientifically proven that humming increases nitric oxide.
Why do you need nitric oxide?
Nitric oxide does many good things for your body. Some of them are:
- It is a natural antiseptic and antimicrobial agent.
- Reduces inflammation
- Supports cellular immunity
- Natural antioxidant to repair tissues
- Decreases muscle soreness
- Lowers blood pressure
- Widens blood vessels (vasodilation) which boosts circulation and helps deliver nutrients and oxygen to muscles
- Manages Type-2 diabetes
Humming also improves your vagal tone
What is your vagal tone and why the heck do you need to improve it?
According to this article, improving your vagal tone dramatically reduces inflammation, calms your nervous system, regulates blood sugar, lowers blood pressure, produces digestive enzymes
There are numerous other emotional and mental benefits to humming, but these are the physical, scientifically proven ones.
So, how about humming while you wash your hands for 20 seconds? It will make your routine more fun 🙂
You can hum a single tone, your favorite tunes, or even “Happy Birthday”.
There are several other side (good) benefits to humming. Jonathan Goldman in his book The Humming Effect writes:
- Reduces stress
- Induces calm and peace
- Enhances sleep
- Lowers heart rate and blood pressure
- Releases endorphins
- Increases lymphatic
- Produces the neurochemical oxytocin, or the “love” hormone
In the world of vibrational medicine (sound healing), viruses have a frequency, or a range of frequencies. When disease (a virus in this case) is fed or stimulated its own frequency along with a slightly off-key or dissonant frequency, the sound waves will actually kill or explode the organism.
This is what brilliant visionary Royal Raymond Rife’s research on bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Unfortunately, his work and lab were shut down because they threatened the medical and big Pharma establishments.
Rife found a cure for cancer 83 years ago but his laboratory was destroyed.
Rife’s work is so remarkable because he discovered that if he could bombard an organism with the same frequency, or slightly off (within a microtone, if you’re a musician), the organism would explode. This is why his work had massive potential for medicine but alas, it didn’t align with those in power for whom disease is a business.
I deeply wish, knowing the power of frequency to kill viruses, that some scientist somewhere might be interested in researching the frequency to destroy Coronavirus.
Basic principles of vibrational medicine
Everything has a vibration.
Therefore everything — including disease, a virus, bacteria, or a parasite — has a frequency or set of frequencies.
Very simply, sound can heal.
Sound waves, delivered at precise frequencies, can destroy and annihilate disease without harming any other part of the body.
It’s so simple!
Humming is one of the simplest yet most profound and powerful sounds anyone can make anywhere. It transcends barriers of class, race, gender.
At the very least, if you’re stressed and worried about Coronavirus or have it, humming is a very good, simple and effective thing you can do.
What if we all hummed together?
Could we heal ourselves?