Binaural beats is an auditory illusion that occurs when two slightly different frequencies are played in each ear, but is perceived as one fixed sound, this is what creates the desired wave. With Sleep Rhythm, the desired wave is Delta. The human brain has nerve cells that trigger electrical signals and oscillate in distinctive arrangements called brainwave patterns. These patterns are directly connected to thoughts, emotions, moods, biological chemistry, as well as everything we do and what / who we become.
High quality professional binaural beats can quickly help you achieve mental, physical, emotional & psychological benefits naturally. One study showed that listening to binaural beats prior to sleep can increase the time spent in the deep sleep stage. This shows that auditory stimulation with binaural beats improved sleep quality and the post-sleep state.
There are four main brainwave frequency ranges which determine our mental state. They are all below 30 Hz and out of our normal range of hearing. We all need a balance of these brainwave states for optimal health.
This is our awake and active state of awareness. In Beta state, we have lots of energy as we get things done and are in our peak concentration mode. If we stay in this mode too much, it can be very stressful to our minds and bodies.
This is our awake but relaxed state of awareness. In this state we can figure out creative solutions to problems. Our mind is clear and able focus on a goal. When we watch top performing athletes, chess players or jazz musicians, they are drawing from their alpha state of awareness.
This state is associated with imagining and dreaming during sleep as well as imagining and daydreaming during the day. Our memories and things we learn are stored and retrieved from our subconscious mind in this state.
This state is associated with deep sleep. Our minds and bodies are getting the rest and rejuvenation we require before the new day begins.
Binaural beats are an auditory illusion caused by listening to two tones of slightly different frequency, one in each ear. The difference in frequencies creates the illusion of a third sound (a rhythmic beat.) Neurons throughout the brain begin to send electrical messages at the same rate as the imaginary beat.