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Binaural Beats Can Change Your Life


Binaural beats have been around a long time. First discovered in 1839. They became more popular in the late 20th century. The alternative medicine community learned that binaural beats would help with meditation, relaxation, and even creativity.

A popular use for binaural beats is to affect the subconscious mind. By putting yourself into a deep meditative state you can easily influence the subconscious mind by offering suggestions to it while in this deeply relaxed state.

The use of binaural beats can also be helpful in weight loss. The combination of deep relaxation and subconscious suggestions can help to encourage better eating habits and more exercise.

Some people also find that they are more productive when they listen to binaural beats. The combination of deep relaxation and creative thinking can lead to new ideas and solutions to old problems.

How do binaural beats work?

The way binaural beats work is that one tone is played in the left ear and another tone of a slightly different frequency is played into the right your. A third tone is created which is one you actually think you are listening to.

It’s like massaging your brain. It is completely safe of course as long as you don’t listen to them while you’re driving or operating heavy machinery (common sense right?)

The reason for that is you may fall asleep while listening to binaural beats.

If the program you are listening to is designed to put you to sleep then it’s completely acceptable to fall asleep and still get the full benefits from your session.

I personally listen to binaural beats before going to sleep every night, it puts me in a very relaxed state allowing me to sleep deeply and wake refreshed feeling great.

Any binaural beat program must be listened to with headphones otherwise you will not get any benefits from your program.

Binaural beat programs are designed around a certain frequency to induce a certain state in your mind and body, as you can see in the chart.

For instance, theta waves (4-7 Hz) are associated with sleep, deep relaxation, and meditation, and if a binaural beat program is designed to produce theta waves, it can potentially help induce these states. On the other hand, beta waves (13-30 Hz) are linked to active concentration and alertness.

So a program with beta frequencies can help you stay focused and attentive. The binaural beats are essentially guiding your brain to match its own wave frequencies to the frequency of the beats, a process known as frequency following response.

This is why it is crucial to use headphones when listening to binaural beats, as each ear must receive a different frequency for the effect to occur. Binaural beats can be a useful tool for relaxation, focus, or even sleep assistance, depending on the frequencies used.

Subliminal binaural beats

Subliminal beats are sounds that are played below the threshold of hearing. When these beats are played, they can help to improve focus, creativity, and productivity

Some people may be skeptical about the effectiveness of subliminal binaural beats, but there is research to support their use.

One study found that adults who listened to subliminal binaural beats for five days were able to improve their focus and productivity.

If you are looking for a way to improve your focus and productivity, subliminal binaural beats may be a good option for you.

Another interesting benefit of subliminal binaural beats is their potential impact on stress and anxiety levels. By helping to shift the brain’s frequency to more relaxed and peaceful states, they can evoke a sense of calm and tranquillity.

This can be especially beneficial for those who struggle with stress, anxiety, or have difficulty winding down after a long day. With regular use, these beats can become a part of a holistic approach to mental wellness.

However, it’s important to remember that while subliminal binaural beats can support mental health, they should not be used as a replacement for professional help when needed.

So, if you’re seeking a non-invasive, drug-free method to improve focus, creativity, and possibly reduce stress, subliminal binaural beats could be worth exploring.

Binaural beats frequency list

The following is a list of frequencies and the states of your subconscious they will effect

Delta waves: 0.5-4 Hz, deep sleep or coma

Theta waves: 4-8 Hz, deep relaxation, and Stage 1 of sleep

Alpha waves: 8-14 Hz, relaxed but alert

Beta waves: 14-30 Hz, focused mental activity, and high anxiety states

Gamma waves: 30-100 Hz, associated with high-level information processing

The human brain operates on different frequencies that are associated with different states of mind.

By listening to binaural beats, you can target a specific state of mind and achieve the desired result.

FAQs –

What are binaural beats?

Binaural beats are a type of sound that is used to affect the subconscious mind. By listening to binaural beats, you can achieve a variety of results, such as deep relaxation, creativity, and focus.

Are binaural beats safe?

Yes, binaural beats are safe as long as you do not listen to them while driving or operating heavy machinery.

Can I fall asleep while listening to binaural beats?

Yes, it is perfectly acceptable to fall asleep while listening to binaural beats. The benefits of the program will still be active even if you fall asleep.

Can I listen to binaural beats while I am taking medication?

Everyone is different concerning the use of binaural beats while taking medication. It is recommended that you consult with your doctor before using binaural beats if you are taking medication.

  1. Chris Chris

    This article is very true and one of the best I have read.

    Listening to Gamma waves (80 Hz) has made my life so much better and amazing, even when nothing has changed and that is because gamma waves allow you to be in the zone/flow state where you are more conscious about whatever it is you are doing.

    Highly encourage people to experiment and see what they like best. I myself prefer gamma over alpha when it comes to focus, insight, clearity, innerpeace, compassion and peak performance.

    Theta, however, is the king for reprogramming the subconscious mind since that’s when information goes directly into the subconscious, boosting the efficiency of subliminaIs and affirmations.

    I sometimes come on here just to read your stuff, and these articles never disappoint or fail to exceed my expectations.

    Wonderful article, Mike.

    • Well said… thanks for reading and the comment. 🙂
      It is nice to see someone else that gets it.

      I agree with the Theta waves, it is why we use them on most of our subliminals.

  2. Idalio Idalio

    This article is one of the best articles I have ever read.

    Congratulations to the author, I distributed the article to my friends. I want to be helpful and share how I got rid of sleep problems.

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