After discovering sound frequency remedies for my cats, I began to use them myself and soon found sound frequencies I came to rely on. I thought I would share these with readers to show that frequencies can be an alternative treatment for sciatica and lymphedema pain, and for negativity. I have included the frequencies I use for sciatica and lymphedema in the downloads section of this website.
First of all, I like to use a small mp3 player that comes with me or can sit in front of a cat. The experimental tones are not all that aesthetic and are sometimes really irritating. Also, I will often play frequencies while I sleep and at work. So I use a silent antenna (“emitter”) purchased from the Attractor Therapy website. I will say this antenna seems to use more battery power than earbuds or a speaker.
Arthritis in my back has caused two painful problems. Sciatica — inflammation of the sciatic nerve– down my right side is one of those problems.
A general inflammation frequency with the player in my waistband, antenna pointing down my leg, frequently eases the sciatic pain. (I just have to remember to move the player when I change or move clothes.) Occasionally it doesn’t and I may go to the frequency recordings specifically for sciatica.
Because of the pain of these conditions I tend to move around less than before. That, plus plain old aging, has resulted in lymphedema and venous insufficiency. The lymph vessels and blood vessels have no pump like the arteries, so the valves wear out and movement is required to move the fluids. Less movement means stuck fluid. Traditional solutions for this are exercise as much as one is able, compression stockings, massage and garments that pump the fluid.
I used to wake up from sleeping with horrible pain in my lower leg. The fluid reduction frequency and sometimes the circulatory stasis frequency would gradually ease that. The first part of my day would be moving the player and antenna around the leg. Then I began taking an herbal compound called VeinSense and stopped sleeping under the electric blanket. One or both of those things seems to have stopped the lower leg pain. However, sometimes when the sciatic pain is stubborn it is apparently fluid pinching the sciatic nerve because the fluid reduction frequency eases it.
Now sciatica can be caused by pinching anywhere along the nerve. And lymphedema I believe, from researching, is more commonly a result of chemotherapy. Because of different causes, I don’t know if the frequencies I find helpful would help someone else with those ailments. But I am including them in the experimental tones downloads in case other sufferers would like to try them.