If you plan to listen to binaural beats on a regular basis, you might want to consider investing in some quality headphones.
Lucid dreaming typically happens during the dream stage of sleep, known as REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. Lucid dreaming is possible for everyone but isn’t easy to achieve. However, there are a number of techniques, including listening to binaural beats music as an aid, that experienced dreamers use to help them maintain awareness and control.
Can binaural beats really help you learn better? The short answer is yes, but to provide proof of this, we need to look at two things; firstly, the state of mind conducive to learning and memory improvement, and secondly, the capabilities of binaural beats and how they affect the brain.
As the demands of the modern world get tougher and we endure longer working hours, rising living costs and less time for relaxation, it is no wonder an increasing number of people are having trouble sleeping. One in 10 U.S. adults routinely has trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep, and 3 in 10 experience occasional sleeplessness.
Record numbers of adults and children are being diagnosed with ADHD, a condition typically characterized inattention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity. ADHD has become the most common psycho-social disorder in children, affecting almost 4.5 million children.
Having read our ‘How it Works’ page, you’ve probably got a good idea of how binaural beats work, and tested the science for yourself using the sample provided and a pair of headphones. If you’re anything like us here in the ‘BBM lab’ (as we like to call it) you are probably itching to find out more on the history of binaural beats and the scientific evidence that led to the creation of today’s brain entrainment movement.