Vibrational Frequency of the human body: What frequency does the human body resonate?
..and relationship with disease. A question came up from yesterday’s blog “Getting Started with essential oils,” this is an attempt to answer that question. Every object has a natural vibratory rate. This is called it’s resonance. Using frequencies as a trans-formative healing modality requires understanding part of the body as in a state of vibration. Every organ, every bone, every tissue, every system–all are in a state of vibration. In it’s healthy state the body puts out an overall harmony of health. However, when a frequency that is counter to our health sets itself up in some portion of the body, it creates a disharmony that we call dis-ease.
In a discussion of human resonant frequency by scientists at Nanyang Technological Univ. in Singapore, an abstract was published of their findings.The abstract stated Human bodies are often exposed to vertical vibrations at work or while traveling in vehicles. Prolonged exposure may cause undue stress and discomfort in the human body especially at its resonant frequency. By testing the response of the human body on a vibrating platform, researchers found the whole-body fundamental resonant frequency around 5Hz.
However, in recent years, an indirect method has been proposed which appears to increase the resonant frequency to approximately 10Hz. To explain this discrepancy, experimental work was carried out in NTU. The study shows that the discrepancy lies in the vibration magnitude used in the tests. A definition of human natural frequency in terms of vibration magnitude is proposed.
What does 432Hz do?
432Hz is a music tuning frequency that was proposed in Italy by Giuseppe Verdi in 1880. For a period of 50 years in the 19th century, Giuseppe Verdi dominated the world of Italian opera. His first great opera, Nabucco, made him a national figure when it was unveiled at La Scala in Milan in 1842.
Verdi expressed a preference for 432 Hz frequency. Otherwise known as Verdi’s A, 432Hz is claimed to have been the music tuning standard prior to today’s tuning of 440Hz. 432Hz is widely considered a superior tuning that makes music more pleasant to listen to and has a positive influence on the human mind and body although there are no concrete evidence of such conclusions.
Do humans have vibrations: what is a healthy body frequency?
Scientists research effects of infrasonic vibrations in humans
It is known that the human body can generate mechanical vibrations at very low frequencies, so-called infrasonic waves. Such low-frequency vibrations are produced by physiological processes—heartbeats, respiratory movements, blood flow in vessels, and other processes. Different organs of the human body produce different resonance frequencies. The heart resonance frequency is ~ 1 hz. The brain has a resonance frequency of ~ 10 hz, blood circulation about 0.05 to 0.3 hz.
Scientists from the National Research Nuclear University and collaborators have used a highly sensitive laser device to register infrasonic vibrations in human body. “We tried to find out factors, influencing amplitude-frequency characteristics of such vibrations,” says researcher Olga Molchanova.
The scientists discovered that the observed vibrations are connected with the cardiovascular system, which has its own proper movements occurring simultaneously with the work of the heart. Three types of infrasonic vibrations were registered. Waves of the first type are connected with the heartbeat; the second with the human respiratory rhythm; the third, called Traube-Hering waves, with states of emotional tension. Thus, it could be possible to judge the human emotional state via the amplitude frequency response of these waves.
Stemming the blood flow along vessels using a tourniquet applied to the wrist changes the intensity of laser radiation through tissues, which is connected with the stoppage of blood inflow into vessels. This effect is observed due to the lowering of tissue enrichment by oxygen, which absorbs radiation in the nearest infrared region. An opposite effect was observed when subjects held their breath—the intensity of the laser radiation through tissues lowered. It might be connected with the fact that while holding the breath, blood is saturated with hemoglobin, which leads to the increase of laser radiation absorption and the decrease of the signal. These results could be important for non-invasive medical diagnostics.