Meditation – The Pituitary Gland
The hormones that the pituitary gland produces control many different processes in the body including metabolism, growth, reproduction and blood pressure.
Cortisol, oxytocin, vasopressin, melanin are just some of the hormones the pituitary gland produces, regulating water retention, kidney function, blood pressure, metabolism, immune response and stress reduction – along with many other functions.
The pituitary gland is situated in the base of the skull; it has two main parts – the anterior pituitary gland, which is connected to the brain by short blood vessels – and the posterior pituitary gland which is actually part of the brain and secretes hormones directly into the bloodstream. It senses the body’s needs and sends messages to organs and glands to regulate activity.
Certain music has been found to be effective in enhancing the pituitary gland, ultra high frequency tones generate deep healing, clearing out toxins and relieving stress and improving functionality.
Listeners have reported ‘a profound clarity of mind, improved decision making and deeper self-awareness’ listening to this track.
A University of Munich survey found that certain music can stimulate the pituitary gland, releasing growth hormones that are associated with improved healing rates. However, studies are ongoing and your feedback is really helpful in providing data which can help others.
This brain tingling music reenergises the pituitary gland, rebalancing hormones and diminishing stress. The beautiful melodies hold liquid notes of brain-tingling golden dewdrops, enhancing the senses, renewing positive energy and sending brainwaves of serenity reverberating throughout the body.