Binaural Beats, Does it Really Work

By admin / October 9, 2009
By: Daniel Richard
Category: Stress Management

Well you are probably wondering what is Binaural Beats? Binaural beats is not something new, it has been researched for over 170 years now. The human brain goes through many frequency cycles in a day. Different frequencies can cause different effects to people's conscious mind, and research shows that you can alter brain functions with sound waves, or Binaural Beats. These beats are set into soft music, and sounds of nature, like waterfalls, birds chirping, ect. Sine wave generators are used to create two separate frequencies, one per ear, the brain then creates a third tone which is the difference between the two frequencies. The brain will then instantly react to these frequencies to cause a shift in consciousness, to help you relax.

These beats can also be called, sound therapy or brain entrainment, to name a few. This therapy delivers "natural stimulants" in a non-evasive process that exercises the brain and central nervous system. After many years of research, Scientists can set the beats to certain frequencies depending on what the patient's problem is such as, trouble sleeping, relaxing, stress, addictions, pain, even weight loss, and many more.

Well now that we know a little bit about Binaural Beats, the question remains. Does Binaural Beats really work? Well the answer is yes, it really works. But I must say that, not everyone will feel the effects right away, some will, some won't. This is because we are all wired different, some people will feel the effects right away, and others may feel it after a few times, but if you give it a little time you will get results.

If you purchase music with Binaural Beats, to get the best results, you must find a quiet place, with no distractions. Make sure you use headphones, because headphones will help keep the distractions out and help you better concentrate. They also say that it is not a good idea to listen to this music while driving a car or using machinery, because the music is very relaxing, and you don't want to fall asleep at the wheel, not a good idea. Just use common sense, everyone needs alone time, so find a comfortable place and let all the stress of the day just melt away. So be healthy, and stay healthy.

In conclusion, if you would like more information on how Binaural Beats work, or if it has any side effects, or any questions see resource box.

If you are having trouble relaxing, or feeling a little stressed out, I have a site that may be just what you are looking for. You can go there and try it out for yourself, they offer a free ten minute sample that you can download to your computer or MP3 player to see if you like it. For more info and the free sample go

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