The Audio-Medicine Revolution
Stéphane Dumonceau-Krsmanovic is specialized in the study of levels of consiousness. He has been doing research on the subject for the past 20 years as part of a doctorate program at the Free University of Brussels. Audio-Medicine were created as part of his research and development work. They are a psycho-medical revolution, a new medicine for emotions.
Audio-Medicine texts are written by doctors specialized in psychosomatics. They are voice-based therapeutic recordings that counter stress-related disorders. However, other safe ingredients and active principles with no side-affects are also used by this innovative and inexpensive medical field (...)
Used to supplement medication, Audio-Medicine first appeared in Belgian pharmacies in 2003. They were introduced to general practitioners as a way for patients to continue to work at home on the emotional management begun in the doctor's office. The use of Audio-Medicine is growing steadily. This is because they impact the patient's emotional dimension as opposed to medication which works on their physiological being. As a result, the two approaches work in perfect synergy.
This book answers all questions about levels of consciousness, sugestion, psychosomatic disorders, placebos, the emotional brain, biofeedback, variable frequency audiovisual stimulation, etc. It also explains how this new treatment works and covers its indications for use and its limitations.
The Belgian Ministry of Health now officially promotes Audio-Medicine as an alternative for fighting against the abuse of sleeping pills and anti-depressants (...)