The short answer is yes, Bluetooth headphones do work with binaural beats, although there may be some frequency loss, which is dependent on factors such as Bluetooth version, codec, frequency response, and headphone componentry.
Those with normal hearing ability, partial hearing and non-hearing persons, can sense vibrations created by sound. These vibrations do not need to enter through the ears, and can enter at different receptive points of the body.
Tinnitus is a condition in which noise is perceived inside the head. The noise does not come from an external source. The noise usually takes on the form of ringing, whistling, or buzzing. The most common form is a high-pitched ringing sound, but the noise can also be low-pitch in character.
In this post, we will look at Beta binaural beats and the benefit of using tracks within this frequency range to entrain the brain to produces brainwaves in this state.
Positive thinking is essential for attracting the things we want in life. Positive thinking helps us overcome self-defeating thoughts, challenging circumstances and negative behaviours. Negative thinking breeds fear and insecurity and puts up barriers that stop us moving forward to greener pastures.
Pills and surgery are proven healers of sickness, and on the surface it seems as if this is enough to keep us healthy. But prevention is always better than cure.