Listening to binaural beats is quite straightforward: You simply put on your headphones, press play and relax. However, there are some best practices that will help you get more out of your listening experience and achieve greater benefit from the music. In this guide, we’ve covered all the common questions we get from users.
The human hearing range of 20-20,000 Hz refers to the sound you hear, the ‘pitch frequency’. With brainwave entrainment music, brainwaves are not stimulated by the pitch (the sound), but by the frequency of the beat/tone; that is how often it cycles/vibrates per second.
For a while now people have speculated as to whether binaural beats work properly with noise cancelling headphones. And even if they do, is there some negative impact on the frequencies involved? A simple yes or no can answer this question. But to put your mind at rest, it is important to understand how this type of headphone works.
No one likes the idea of failure, let alone failing. And that’s why the risk of failure and the emotions that accompany the risk can prevent us from even trying. We often become so motivated to avoid failure that it exceeds our motivation to succeed. This results in stagnation. We procrastinate, we look for an easier option, and often completely avoid taking on the challenge because we fear the feelings that may arise if we don’t succeed
There are five key types of binaural beats: Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, Gamma. Generally speaking, Delta and Theta are considered low-frequency states, Alpha is somewhat in the middle, and Beta and Gamma are high-frequency states.
The value of music therapy is increasingly being realized in the medical industry. One type of widely used music therapy being widely used is brainwave entrainment, which includes binaural beats. But can this type of music help with depression?