positive results with ADD/ADHD users who have improved their Focus and Attention using the sound therapy program

The results also include many children and adults with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ASD and APD

 How can Sound Therapy help ADD/ADHD

It improves concentration and focus
Helps to manage impulsive behaviour
Brings about whole brain learning

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Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder in the UK is thought to impact between 3% to 5% of school aged children, however, although the focus is often upon children, it is not only them that have ADHD, but adolescents and adults too.

The prevalence of ADD/ADHD in the adult population is said to be between 4% and 5%. To put that figure in context, 4 percent means around 2 million people, but the majority of these have gone un-diagnosed and therefore don't receive the support that they could benefit from.The balance between the two hemispheres of the brain is of fundamental importance to ADHD and other learning and behavioral challenges.

The majority of people with ADD/ADHD have auditory reception problems and although they can hear, they often have difficulty making sense of what they hear which you can imagine gets frustrating. 

Due to not being able to tune out the unwanted input, it then has an impact upon their ability to focus on specific tasks. This is what you typically see in ADHD, which often gets them into situations at school, home or work.

Another challenge with ADD/ADHD, is often due to poor functioning of the pre-frontal cortex it becomes difficult at times to put the brakes on and control the impulse to act. This impulsiveness often leads to hyperactivity which results in behavioral problems and poor social skills.

The program uses sound technology behind the music to bring about what is know as brain hemisphere synchronisation, which is basically movement across the two hemisphere of the brain which gives the brain a cross hemisphere workout.

We look to bring balance between the two hemispheres of the brain which is of fundamental importance in ADHD and learning in general, which is known as "whole brain learning".  Both hemispheres play a role in processing language, however the roles they play are different. The eye must combine with the power and the quality of the ear to make sense of written sounds. 

With sound therapy this cross-hemisphere co-ordination happens as the left hemisphere deals primarily with auditory language and the right hemisphere deals with vision. However, in ADHD as well as the natural hemisphere co-ordination, we look to start the user at a higher sound therapy level and gently move downwards, so we are re-training the brain to control impulsiveness and create more time to think about the reaction, which is what the Sound Therapy Listening Program does effectively.

What is the Sound Therapy Listening Program
and how can it benefit you or your child?

Program Structure

It's an easy to use 5 level structured Sound Therapy Listening Program that can be listened to as an instant download or on a pre-loaded mp3 player.

Program Format

The program is a combination of advanced sound therapy and musical tracks. The music keeps the listener engaged, whilst the sound therapy does the work.

Program Use

You can listen for as little as 10mins/day while studying or doing other tasks, which makes listening really easy. The sound therapy works in the background with no negative effects.

A specific issue like ADD/ADHD can be helped with focused therapy and strategies that can include sound therapy, which has been proven to help those with ADHD and other challenges. Once you see it working and managing the impulsive behavior, like we have with lots of users as we know it leads to more self confidence and as a result a happier home life and school environment.

Areas in which the Sound Therapy Listening Program has had great results


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition where characteristics such as inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness prevent an individual from performing at their best. Often referred to as being on the spectrum but on it's own it is not


Dyspraxia is usually considered to be a difficulty with co-ordinating physical movements (fine and gross motor skills). It is sometimes referred to as developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD). Dyspraxia itself is not a form of autism.


Dyslexics often display difficulties with phonology (the sounds of language), memory and information processing. They have difficulty understanding how to spell words and taking in meaning when reading, however it's does not mean they have ASD.

Short Term memory

Impaired short-term memory is reflected by a reduced ability to store and reproduce verbal or spatial information. We have had good researched results using the Sound Therapy Listening Program to improve short term memory.

Auditory Processing (APD)

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a disorder of the auditory (hearing) system that causes a disruption in the way that an individual's brain understands what they are hearing. It shows up as a difficulty with hearing-related tasks.

Asperger's syndrome (ASD)

Asperger’s syndrome, affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people in the world around them. While all people with autism often share different areas of difficulty they will be affected in various ways.

what consistant improvement do we see from Our users

Concentration and Focus

As the program gives the brain a cross  hemisphere workout, as a result we see improvements in concentration and focus.

Learning Abilities

With the improvements in concentration and focus that most users experience, it leads to learning becoming easier.


As learning starts to improve and becomes easier, positive self-confidence starts to grow inside and out.


Because the program induces cross-hemisphere synchronisation it has a positive impact upon co-ordination.


The program has an effect upon focus and concentration, which we believe has an impact upon impulse and behaviour.


I can tell you there is no better feeling than to see a smile on a face that says I'm doing better and feeling happier.

We get some great feedback from Students, Teachers, Adults and Parents

SEN Teachers talking about the sound therapy Program being used in school

Listening to the sound therapy helps my brain get ready to learn. I have gone up 2 targets grades in English and I can read, spell and write much easier now.

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I have noticed a significant change in one particular pupil when he listens to the sound therapy – his whole persona changes and he becomes focused and willing to participate in lessons. An incredible transformation.

Sound therapy feedback

History Teacher


One pupil has ADHD – hyperactive not aggressive.  He asked for the CD player to be put on his desk with his ear next to it and produced better work than he’s done in a year!

Sound therapy feedback



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How Long Do You Have To Spend Each Day Listening

As the teachers mentioned in their chat above, the Sound Therapy can work extremely quickly and can create the space for behavioural and learning change to take place.

One of the real benefits is that you don't need to spend hours of time listening, as part of our research results came from users only listening to one 10 minute track/day.

It's so easy to use that no matter how busy your schedule, you’ll be able to listen to at least 10 minutes while commuting to school, work, walking around, working out, relaxing even or studying.

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 The Sound Therapy Listening Program music choice

There are 40 tracks to choose from, 8 different genres on each level (1-5), so there is plenty of selection for kids and adults to personalise their listening experience. However, it's the sound therapy behind the music that does all the work.

Sound Therapy Music
Sound Therapy Research

Backed By Independent Research With Outstanding Results

A study conducted by the Cognitive Drug Research Group, a top UK and international cognitive testing and research company, found that all users made an improvement, but those facing challenges from dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADD, ADHD and other learning and behavioral problems improved more significantly using our program for just 10 minutes a day.

Memory also improved by an astonishing 46% to 73% in our test group, which could have implications for learning and those with short term memory challenges.

For more sound therapy research  click here

A Recap on the positive benefits of the sound therapy listening program

Learning And Behaviour

Positive results with general users, but shown to help with ADHD, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Asperger's and APD.

Easy To Use

Instant download and really easy to use for children, teenagers and adults, complete with instructions.

Minutes Not Hours

Fast results in only 10-20 minutes each day and you can listen whilst doing daily tasks anywhere.

Independent Research

The Sound Therapy Program is backed by our own independent CDR research with great results.

Musical Choice