Are solfeggio frequencies harmful?

Have you ever heard of solfeggio frequencies? No, they’re not some kind of Italian dessert. They are actually a set of tones that have been used for centuries to promote healing and relaxation. But with all the talk about harmful EMF waves and radiation, there is growing concern that these frequencies might be doing more harm than good.

Let’s take a closer look at solfeggio frequencies and whether or not they’re really as harmless as they seem.

What Are Solfeggio Frequencies?

Solfeggio frequencies refer to a group of sound frequencies that were first used by Benedictine monk Guido von Arezzo in the 11th century. He created a system where each musical note was associated with a specific syllable (do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti) so that singers could learn music much faster.

Fast forward several hundred years and scientist Dr. Joseph Puleo rediscovered these ancient codes while researching DNA sequences. He found evidence linking them to spiritual awakening and healing properties.

Each frequency in the solfeggio scale has its own unique benefits:

Frequency Benefit
174 Hz Relieves Pain & Stress
285 Hz Aids Tissue Healing & Energy Restoration
396 Hz Liberates Guilt & Fear
417 Hz Heightens Intuition & Cognition
528 Hz (The Miracle Tone) Repairs DNA, Brings Transformation & Miracles into Your Life!
639 Hz (Enhances Communication, Relationships)
750Hz +954Hz (Divine Connection)

Nowadays Zen meditation gurus around the world use solfeggio recordings to tap into those calming effects during guided meditations…but wait just hold on!

Recent reports suggest that playing these frequencies could be harming your health.

The Harmful Effects of Solfeggio Frequencies

According to some experts, exposure to solfeggio frequencies could lead to a variety of negative effects on the body, including:

Migraines and Headaches

Some individuals have reported experiencing migraines and headaches as a result of listening to these frequencies for prolonged periods.


Tinnitus is ringing in the ears that can be continuous or come and go. Listening to solfeggio tones at high volumes may trigger this condition.


Listening to certain frequencies has been shown by studies – such as those conducted by Dr. Soyun Kim of Brain & Neuromedical Center-There is limited empirical data ( Empirical: Data based on experiments or observations showing deep research) on this topic that shows altering frequency ranges affects heart rate variability (HRV)…those very HRVs are responsible for moderating our emotional response!

HRV analysis proves that low-frequency sound vibrations showed decreased vagal modulation, which was associated with increased anxiety levels.

DNA Mutation?

Also ‘Sound healer’, Chris Kehler shares “Frequencies below 20 Hz, particularly right around 10 Hz are known as epsilon waves” because they elicit feelings of well-being; however you should only listen between five minutes up-to an hour per day according he said, so clearly extended usage isn’t recommended but thats all theoretical…

It’s worth mentioning further scientific study Seems Limited regarding long-term use despite claims due lack funds! And lets say for argument sake one does going blindside themselves wouldn’t it take numerous years? Or… what if our perceivable realm becomes altered altogether?! I’m joking..I think

Okay back seriously:
But researchers warn against playing recorded tracks that combine multiple types since it’s not clear exactly what effects occur when they overlap especially ultra-low vibrationary patterns under 95Hz…oh dear we might have to abandon the idea of listening to these recordings altogether!

What Should You Do – Are Solfeggio Frequencies Harmful?

So, what should you do? Well, it depends.

On one hand, there are many people who swear by the healing properties of solfeggio frequencies and believe they can improve your health in numerous ways. And scientific data has proven that sounds/vibrations affect our bodies on cellular levels.

But on the other hand, there is evidence suggesting that long-term exposure could be harmful – particularly if listened loudly via headphones continually for hours day-in-day-out-or fall asleep with them playing though ok for some short term benefits! Information overload alert!

1) Explore Your Options

First off all like nature itself-too much of anything infact- go blindly into any procedure without doing research or seeking professional advice isn’t recommended especially dealing with sound vibrations which involve stimulating atoms within us physiologically so explore several sources such as doctors/healers reactions from using;
Research (fringe science) carried out reputable institutions but take caution since some findings come under category Favourites! emphasizing— a lot need financial investments..fundings…

Also ask yourself why contemplating pursuing perceived ‘advanced’ spirituality instead practical spiritual exercises involving good foods mindfulness practices exercise positive actions/relationships?

2) Limit Your Exposure

Secondly regardless how sweet/fascinating/enticing certain things may seem moderation in all areas would help balance out negative tendencies allowing harmony rather than excessive stimuli-have reasonable limits when listening-such as time frames/reduce volume levels-do not substitute sleep regularity/maintaing healthy lifestyle depend solely relying calming sound waves even meditative ones.

One must bear important moral heeding-gaining insight among others through social-transactions rather wholly based gadgets plus don’t let Solfege Frequency recordings turn into an unhealthy addiction!
It’s up to you ( Empowering choice) whether or not you want to take the risk and incorporate solfeggio frequencies into your daily routine. Just be sure that precautions are being taken so as not let music become inherently harmful!

3) Seek Professional Advice

As with all matters of health, it’s always best to seek professional advice in regards to safe practicing-healing. They will comprehensively debate benefits/risks.

Seeking medical professionals, psychologists or healers may just perhaps offer better insight depending each individual circumstance of what is appropriate? But as usual find science reputable sources-not quacks! (Remember balanced!)