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Sound therapy : music to recharge your brain

by Patricia Joudry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0957924615, Paperback)

Now in its eleventy edition, this is the fascinating story of Patricia Joudry's transformation through Sound Therapy. Due to sound sensitivity, Patriica's life was an obstacle course of fearsome noise. The resulting stress meant chronic exhaustion and years of insomnia. Unexpected events led to a discovery that changed her life. Just a few weeks of Sound Therapy meant peaceful sleep and a new breakthrough in energy she had never dreamed possible, Patricia's self help Sound Therapy has helped thousands and found its way by word of mouth to over 45 countries. Read documented results for: Tinnitus: ringing in the ears Chronic fatigue Insomnia, stress and anxiety Hearing loss Sound sensitivity Dizziness, Meniere's disease Travel sickness and jet lag ADD and other learning problems Memory and concentration Patricia's story will inspire anyone who has suffered a noise related problem. Now fully updated with the latest clinical results by Rafaele Joudry, founder of Sound Therapy International.

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Guide to helping hearing loss, deeper sleep, insomnia, autism, Down's Syndrome, speech problems, learning difficulties, memory and concentration, high blood pressure, pre-natal listening, depression, stress, energy and general well-being.

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