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Congratulations to Debbie Walker and "Tuning for Health" on Acceptance to the 32nd European Congress of Psychiatry 2024

In a groundbreaking collaboration, Aarogyam UK and Suara Sound Academy proudly announce success of their joint initiative, "Tuning for Health." The initiative is thrilled to share the exciting news of their selection to present at the 32nd European Congress of Psychiatry, a highly prestigious event scheduled to take place in Budapest, Hungary, from April 6 to 9, 2024.

A Convergence of Expertise: Aarogyam UK and Suara Sound Academy

Aarogyam UK, a leading advocate for holistic well-being, and Suara Sound Academy, a beacon in sound healing education, bring together their expertise to propel the "Tuning for Health" initiative. By combining the resources and knowledge of these two influential entities, the initiative aspires to redefine the landscape of community health interventions.

The pinnacle of their participation lies in the groundbreaking study titled "Impact of an Internet-Delivered Sound Healing Intervention on Chronic Non-Malignant Pain and Sleep Disturbances in Community Settings." This research not only represents a significant advancement in the field of sound healing but also holds the promise of revolutionizing the approach to long-term illnesses, providing a bridge between conventional and alternative methods for mental and physical well-being.

Debbie Walker, the driving force behind Tuning for Health Group, expressed her enthusiasm, stating, "Being selected to present our research at the 32nd European Congress of Psychiatry is a momentous occasion for our team.

Our study explores the transformative potential of sound healing in addressing chronic non-malignant pain and sleep disturbances, shedding light on a promising avenue for holistic well-being.

We believe that by integrating alternative approaches into mainstream psychiatry, we can open new doors for patients and practitioners alike."

In addition to this exciting news, the group is also celebrating a significant milestone—nine months of regular Tuning for Health through sound healing on Aarogyam. Debbie Walker defines sound healing as "just pressing play button" Sound as medicine, emphasizing the accessibility and simplicity of incorporating sound into daily wellness practices.

Sound healing operates on the principle that every cell in the human body has its own unique frequency. When exposed to specific frequencies through instruments, voice, or recorded sounds, the body and mind respond in a harmonious manner. The vibrations produced during sound healing have profound effects on various aspects of human physiology and psychology.

Sound healing, as explored in the study, goes beyond the auditory experience. It taps into the vibrational frequencies of sound to stimulate healing responses in the body and mind. This therapeutic modality has been shown to reduce stress, alleviate pain, and improve sleep quality, contributing to an overall enhancement of well-being.

Dr. Bharadwaj S Prasad and Dr. Neha Sharma, co-authors in the study, provided insight into the significance of their work. Dr. Prasad remarked, "Our research exemplifies the interdisciplinary nature of modern psychiatry, where traditional and innovative methods converge for the benefit of patients. The acceptance of our study is not just a recognition of our team's efforts but also a testament to the growing acknowledgment of alternative therapies in the psychiatric landscape."

Dr. Neha Sharma added, "The acknowledgment of our study underscores the need for a paradigm shift in psychiatric care. Our findings offer a glimpse into the potential of internet-delivered sound healing interventions, presenting an accessible and effective avenue for individuals dealing with chronic pain and sleep disturbances. We are excited to share our insights and contribute to the progressive discourse at the congress."

As they prepare to take the stage in Budapest, the team at Tuning for Health Group expresses deep gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to the global dialogue on mental health, alternative interventions, and the future of psychiatric care.

Joining Tuning for Health Group

For those interested in experiencing the benefits of sound healing and becoming a part of the Tuning for Health Group, joining is simple. Join using the invite link [] to access information on group sessions, upcoming events, recordings and resources related to sound healing.

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