Traditional Chinese Five-tone Therapy

Sound therapy is a comprehensive subject integrating medicine, psychology, music aesthetics, physics and other disciplines. It is also a kind of medical technology that applies specific music to produce certain changes in people's behaviors, emotions and physiological functions. In recent years, music treatment is more popular in Europe and the United States, widely used in psychiatric hospitals, nursing homes for the elderly, children's special education departments and so on. The Clinical therapeutic effect of sound has also been affirmed by many studies. Since ancient times, traditional Chinese medicine has used Five Sounds to maintain health and treat a variety of mental and physical diseases. Five-tone therapy has a long history of thousands of years. If the theory of five-tone therapy could be further studied and developed, it will effectively guide clinical treatment.

Sound therapy used to treat mood disorders includes promotion treatment and restrain treatment. For example, the most commonly used method is to let the emotional exciters listen to the peaceful and sad music. By synchronizing the music with the emotion, it will help the listener to give vent to excessive negative emotions, such as taking away sadness with the sobbing music and giving vent to excessive excitement with the fast-paced music. Restrain therapy is to choose the corresponding track based on the principle of the five elements of the gram. The sad Shang tune music is used to treat the hyperactive and manic pathologies caused by anger. Yu tune music, which stands for fear, is used to treat diseases of rapid heartbeat and high blood pressure caused by excessive joy. The comfortable Jiao tune music is used to treat diseases such as depression and depressed mood caused by excessive thinking. Bright and joyful Zhi tune music is very good choice to Treat the mental malaise caused by excessive sadness with warm, and could end the negative emotion of crying. The honest and solemn Gong tune music is used to stabilize the emotional instability caused by extreme fear, or to treat such diseases as insanity.



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