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Who should not complete the Safe and Sound Protocol?

Updated: Jan 12

Because the Safe and Sound Protocol stimulates both the middle ear structure and the vagus nerve, which is responsible for regulating stress in the body, anyone with the following conditions should avoid the Safe and Sound Protocol for health and safety reasons.

This includes anyone:

  • with any conditions related to the structure of the ear such as a perforated or ruptured eardrum, stapedectomy or tympanostomy tubes

  • experiencing active psychosis, including anyone on antipsychotic medication or with a psychiatric hospitalization within the past three months

  • with active or uncontrolled seizures

  • demonstrating intentional self harm or actively reporting thoughts of suicide

If you have any concerns about your own medical or mental health history and how this would impact your experience with the Safe and Sound Protocol, please schedule a free consultation with Retune Health to discuss your questions.


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