binaural beats

Binaural beats are an illusion created by the brain when you listen to two tones with slightly different frequencies at the same time.

How to Listen to Binaural Beats – A Beginner’s Guide

How to Listen to Binaural Beats – A Beginner’s Guide Even if listening to binaural beats is a straightforward activiy, there are various question on the internet about how to listen to them. Therefore, we prepared a beginner’s guide to answer some of the common questions and maximize your experience. Chooce The Type of Binaual […]

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Binaural beats sessions for focus and concentration, a two-hour session while working would probably be a good limit.

Are Longer Binaural Beats Sessions More Effective?

Are Longer Binaural Beats Sessions More Effective? In the earlier blog posts we mentioned that while a really short session won’t provide much benefit, an extremely long session won’t necessarily provide any more benefit than a short one. I know there are videos on YouTube of 5,7 and even 10 hours long claiming to do

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Listening to two tones with a difference in their frequencies at the same time, your brain creates an illusionary sound: Binaural Beats.

What Are Binaural Beats and How Do They Help Your Mood?

What Are Binaural Beats Listening to two tones with a little difference in their frequencies at the same time, your brain creates an illusionary sound. That ‘illusionary sound’ is called “Binaural Beat”. Briefly, your brain takes two different tones to create a beat of its own. To illustrate that, if you are listening to a

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A prospective, randomised, controlled study examining binaural beat audio and pre-operative anxiety in patients undergoing general anaesthesia for day case surgery

A prospective, randomised, controlled study examining binaural beat audio and pre-operative anxiety in patients undergoing general anaesthesia for day case surgery According to Padmanabhan (2005) , listening  to binaural beats for a recommended period can affect a person’s subsequent behavior and sleep cycles. Authors suggest that there are five different categories of frequency pattern: Delta

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