Have you ever had difficulty sleeping? Is it hard for you to relax? Does it feel like stress is always present and getting stronger every day? If you said yes to any of those questions you are not alone. As the pace of life in the modern world increases many people are feeling overwhelmed by information and technology. The instant-now culture that is developing from smart phones and high caffeine beverages has most of us on edge and it's getting harder to turn off the information overload. If you are looking for a non-prescription, all natural way to relieve stress or increase your creativity and productivity consider brainwave entrainment.
Deeply embedded in the human brain is the unconscious recognition and reaction to rhythm. From tribal drums to computer generated beats pulses of electricity enter into our brainwaves and in turn our emotions and moods can be affected by the speed and pitch of these beats. High speed frequencies can induce creativity while slower beats can lead to states of calm and relaxation. Controlling the pace and pulse of these beats is what brainwave entrainment is all about.
Previously brainwave entrainment involved using what are called binaural beats, auditory processing artifacts that send differently pitched frequencies into the human ear to get your brain to entrain or match the difference between the two pitches. However not everyone responds to binaural beats and studies indicate that people also noticed that the results achieved through binaural beats quickly diminished and new systems would have to be bought to continue the brain training. Now there is a new method that involves isochronic tones that have much longer lasting results.
Isochronic tones are regular beats of a single tone that are generated using computers. These rhythmically pulsed beats can be sped up or reduced to produce either high frequency creativity waves or lower frequency relaxation waves. Controlling the frequency and pitch of the isochronic tones can guide your brain into optimal frequencies for increasing IQ and intelligence, inducing deep states of relaxation and helping people with creativity and productivity.
The practice of brainwave entrainment is akin to years of deep meditation where a person trains their brain to turn off the constant white noise of everyday life while tapping into the unused portions of the brain that lay dormant during most of our lives. Once you are able to tap into the right frequencies the possibilities for improving your brain's functionality is almost endless.
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