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Brainwave Binaural Beats Combo Series. This is a full series combo set of binaural beats that will stimulate your brainwaves. Within this series, you will find the following titles: Relaxation, Creativity, Focus, and Intelligence
Binaural beats result from hearing 2 dissimilar frequencies in each ear so headphones are required. If you hear two different frequencies in each ear, you’ll hear the difference between the two as a binaural beat.
Listening to binaural beats may increase particular brainwave frequencies. Our brain mimics the frequencies we hear in the beat. If you wish to better your alpha brainwaves, listen to a binaural beat in the alpha range. This is called entrainment or frequency-following response.
If you wish to relax, practice stress reduction, learn to meditate, or evoke the Relaxation Response download and listen to some of these binaural beat MP3 files. There are various ones that use different frequencies and patterns. Most have descriptions you can utilize to help decide which one(s) to use.
You might find these binaural beat files helpful while learning how to meditate. Utilize them to get started but after a while, you might discover that you don’t need them any longer, that you’ve outgrown them. Or you might find them of use on a more regular basis. The only way to learn is to try them yourself and determine what works best for you.
Beta brainwaves (13-40 Hz) are associated with active thinking and concentration. Alpha brainwaves (7-13 Hz) are associated with relaxation and/or drowsiness. Theta brainwaves (4-7 Hz) are associated with dreams, meditation, and REM sleep.
A deeper state of alpha is found in meditation. This is where the mind begins to quieten itself. Although there are many different levels of meditation, with some of the most experienced meditators going down into theta and even delta, this audio takes you into a low alpha. This is enough to have an insightful meditative experience.
Generally when in a relaxed state of mind you will be in the alpha state. This is when you are in a good mood and generally just chilling out. It is a highly desirable state to be in as you are not too drowsy and not too alert. Just nice and chilled.
Mid to high beta entrainment has been shown to improve students’ test scores. In 1999 Thomas Budzynski, Ph.D. reported in the Journal of Neurotherapy an increase in a group of students’ GPA’s when they were exposed to beta waves. This increase even continued to rise after treatment had finished.
Brainwaves in the low beta area have been found present in people when in a focused state of mind. The sound of chirping crickets has also been shown to help focus the mind. Here we have combined the two, giving us a unique experience that can aid in concentration.
5 Tracks – 30 Minutes Each