As mentioned in our previous blog posts, there are different brainwave states, all produced under different states of mind. Being one of those, Delta frequency brainwaves are low-frequency waves, and produced when we sleep, especially in the deeper stages of sleep.
The reason behind is that we can feel relaxed and comfortable while we are trying to sleep. With the Delta frequency binaural beats, you can entrain your brain into a state of mind, which is suitable for sleep as it will help initiate the production of Delta brainwaves.
The audio contents we prepared in Mistikist entrain your brain to produce Delta waves, relaxing your overworking, which results in a deeper and more restful sleep.
How to Use Binaural Beats for Sleep?
One of the mostly asked questions about binaural beats for sleep aid is “how to use them?”. Well, the answer is quite simple and includes 2 choice:
Listen up to an hour before you sleep to get into a state of sleep.
Fall asleep listening to binaural beats and carry on listening while you sleep (but make sure your headphones are suitable to listen while sleeping).
Depending on your personal preference, you can use these two methods to use binaural beats for sleep and, with the aid of visual supports, you can get to sleep easier and have a better sleep overall.