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Music therapy is the use of music to help people with various physical, mental, emotional and social issues. It is an evidence-based treatment that can help with a variety of disorders including cardiac conditions, depression, autism, substance abuse, tinnitus and Alzheimer’s disease

Music therapy experiences may include listening, singing, playing instruments, or composing musicMusic therapy can help decrease pain, anxiety, fatigue and depression, increase motivation and self-esteem, reduce muscle tension, improve self-awareness and coping skills, and enhance cognitive and creative abilities. 

The brain reacts to music in many ways. One of the first things that happens when music enters our brains is the triggering of pleasure centers that release dopamine, a neurotransmitter that makes us feel happy. This response is so quick that the brain can anticipate the most pleasurable peaks in familiar music and prime itself with an early dopamine rush.




Vibrotactile Mechanism to provide both Sound & vibrations Impulse.

Dai3mimi equipped with a vibrotactile mechanism that can provide both sound and vibration to the user. This can be particularly effective for music therapy as it allows for a more immersive and multi-sensory experience. By providing both auditory and tactile stimulation, vibrotactile mechanisms can engage multiple areas of the brain and enhance the therapeutic effects of music. It has been shown to have a calming effect on the body and can help reduce stress and anxiety. When combined with music, this can create a powerful therapeutic experience that can help individuals with various physical, mental, emotional and social issues.


Tinnitus music therapy is a way to soothe or reduce tinnitus by listening to music or sounds that are adjusted or filtered to remove or mask the frequency of the ringing noise in the ears. This therapy can help reorganize the brain’s auditory cortex, which is the part of the brain that perceives sound and is abnormally hyperactive in tinnitus patients.

Our sound therapy combined with vibrotactile mechanism from Dai3mimi, use pleasant and calming sounds that diminish the presence of tinnitus. Because the brain can only focus on one thing at a time, using sound & vibration can provide immediate relief or the ability to focus more effectively on things you want to do.


Sound Therapy can bring remarkable improvements to the lives of dementia sufferers and their caregivers. Dementia is a general term that describes the loss of memory, attention, and cognitive ability due to progressive brain damage or deterioration, often associated with aging. It can be caused by a series of small strokes or by Alzheimer’s disease.

Sound Therapy can directly stimulate brain function at the vibrational level, improving mental performance and memory. It is extensively used by older people undergoing various forms of health crises or degeneration, providing solace and comfort, a sense of inner calm, deeper sleep, and often better mental balance, awareness, and focus.

Music activates different parts of the brain and is effective in improving overall performance. It is important to introduce Sound Therapy early on before the symptoms of dementia become severe. In the early stages of dementia, Sound Therapy devices can be easily introduced and may delay the progress of dementia and make life more pleasant and manageable for both the patient and their caregivers.

Our patented conduction sound technology allows users to feel the sound even if they are hearing impaired. Combining Rhythm Vibration Technology and the SoundSpa Sound Therapy platform, we provide an innovative solution platform to support your loved ones and reduce their suffering.

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Studies found that music therapy may help improve memory, cognition, daily functioning, and quality of life in people with dementia. Providing both sound and vibration, by Dai3mimi, to the user through Vibrotactile Mechanism can enhance the therapeutic effects of music by allowing for a more immersive and multi-sensory experience.

Therapists can prescribe tailored-made sound therapy which is conveniently delivered to individuals via Dai3mimi.


  • music therapy to alleviate apathy and depression in the elderly.

  • sound therapy to relieve tinnitus in the elderly affected by it.

  • use & monitoring the compliance of sound therapy at home, which will greatly reduce the public healthcare cost. 


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