Receptive Sound Therapy






Why Sonic Tonic?

Today, our lives are filled with much more stress and pressure than ever before. This can often lead to mind-related disturbances such as feeling nervous, having problems with sleeping or even depressive episodes.

Our bodies and minds send us warning signals but we tend to ignore them and choose to suffer in silence. However, some of these problems can cause real sickness and it’s best to deal with them before they get too bad.


Specially produced sound programmes
for tuning up your life

SonicTonic is a non-invasive approach that uses music & sound therapeuticaly. It takes very little time and effort for it to take effect. It can be used anytime and anywhere and it has no side effects. It’s also perfect for utilizing downtime, such as when waiting or traveling – or when others are taking a cigarette break. And of course, for at home to relieve stress or to get a good nights sleep.

SonicTonics are concentrated sound programmes that are about ten minutes long. They contain the techniques that practitioners and users across the world swear by. We have mixed them together to make effective audio remedies that address a wide range of ailments.

A smartphone, headphones and the SonicTonic app are all you need to get started.
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Deep Sleep

Autogenic Training

Building Self-Confidence

Thought Stopper

Power Nap

Energize and Focus

Deal with Anxiety

Mind Massage


The perfect blend

Every SonicTonic contains its own balanced mix of two or more auditory techniques, that have been individually combined to have a specific effect. Each ingredient has their own icon, so you can easily see which is in the Tonic.








Find out more about the SonicTonic ingredients

If you would like to learn about how SonicTonic works, we have gathered everything you could possibly want to know in one place and categorized it nicely for easy browsing. You can chose exactly the level of information you want – from just a brief description, to in-depth reports, articles, and scientific studies.

Welcome to the Knowledge Pyramid.

Fresh off the blog

The Noise That Will Help You Sleep Better

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Sound Therapy: The Kind of Songs You Need When Stressed

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How the Shape of Your Ears Affects What You Hear

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Music is one of the best methods to fall asleep

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Mental illness is the leading cause of inability to work among women

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People are taking more sleep medications

Compared to 2010, almost twice as many employed people today take sleeping medications According to the DAK Healthreport 2017, more than twice as many employees take sleeping medication than in 2010. These can negatively affect your health…

One in ten workers suffers from insomnia

One in ten workers suffers from particularly severe sleep disorders, so-called insomnia. That's 60 percent more than in 2010.   The DAK health report 2017 shows that a shockingly high number of 80% of the 18 to 65 year olds says they…

Sleep disorders can have long-term psychological and physical consequences

“Sleep disorders can have long-term psychological and physical consequences like depression and confusion of breathing, heartbeat, hormones and other functions.”   Studies have shown that a growing number of people suffers from sleep…


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