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A Newbie’s Guide to Silent Subliminal Messaging

Silent subliminals are non-audible brain entrainment recordings. Unlike binaural beats, the frequencies are not layered with music or ambient sounds of any kind. This makes them inaudible to the human ear. A subliminal track is usually made up of voice recordings transposed into high-level frequencies. These frequencies penetrate the brain→ Read more
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How to Choose the Best Headphones for Binaural Beats

If you plan to listen to binaural beats on a regular basis, you might want to consider investing in some quality headphones.→ Read more
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Binaural Beats for ADHD: Study Shows Enhanced Focus Benefit

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.→ Read more

The Discovery of Binaural Beats & Dr Gerald Oster’s Auditory Beats In The Brain

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→ Read more
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Is Listening to Binaural Beats Dangerous for Your Health?

The short answer is no. Binaural beats are not dangerous for your health. There is no research that shows listening to this type of music affects your health in any way.  The effect that is created in the brain as a result of listening to binaural beats occurs naturally, and→ Read more
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Binaural Beats Side Effects: Are There Any Known Health Risks?

One question people often ask when researching binaural beats is whether or not there are side effects to using the recordings. And you can't blame anyone for wondering, when you consider that brain entrainment changes brain state - even if it does so positively.→ Read more

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