Brain Wave Music

Calm Down with Brain Wave Music


When our tension levels go up until they become unmanageable, brain wave music can be a blessing. Leisure techniques (including brain wave music) will not just save your life, they can drastically enhance the quality of your life when incorporated into your life over the long term.

Doctors tell us that chronic anxiety is killing us. I’m not referring to the short-term, situational type of stress – the preparedness state that our body adopts throughout an encounter with a saber-toothed tiger – or (in today’s terms) when narrowly escaping a traffic mishap.

I’m referring to the long-term chronic kind of anxiety that comes from living a high-stress life in a complicated society. Those fears cause stress. And, according to physicians, that perpetual chronic tension is what is slowly killing us.

Anxiety upsets almost every system in your body. To name a few things, tension can cause faster ageing, stress and anxiety, a compromising of our immune system and digestion issues and an increase in the threat of heart attack or stroke. And this is just a partial list.

Stress also makes us feel bad. It ruins our state of mind. We end up being irritated, grouchy, anxious, short-tempered, impatient and lacking in energy. We feel worn out all the time.   Fortunately, there is a way to reduce stress.

What we should know is that it is not single-event stress that is shortening our lives. It is the chronic sort of anxiety that is the product of worry and other psychological pressures that is weakening our bodies and minds. It is the sort of tension that plagues us continuously throughout the day and year.

Reducing single-event stress doesn’t have much effect on our health. You need to be able to reduce stress through daily practice.   One such technique is brain wave music. Brain wave music integrates calming music or natural noises with binaural beats innovation. The pleasant music helps to relax us, but the actual power lies in the binaural beats innovation.

The binaural beats tracks sync up with our brain waves. As the binaural beat frequency shifts, our brain follows via a procedure called entrainment and we end up feeling more relaxed and calm.   Use it daily and besides spending even more time in calmer frames of mind throughout the binaural beats sessions, we will be able to get into these healthy mind states more easily.   Binaural music can be really valuable to you in helping to relax your mind and body. Start listening to them today.

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Questions and Answers

Can music affect a person’s mood or brain waves? Or is all music good for the soul?

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soonhlimWell, I believe they have done studies with very hard rock next to plants, and the plants didn’t care for it at all. I used to be able to listen to a bigger variety of music when I was younger, but with Classical music training becoming more and more important to me, I actually have a more severe aversion to some music now than I used to. There is a whole field called music therapy, and I believe that they say there are specific instruments which are more soothing to the spirit and mind than others. Harp music ranks way up there, as well as flute and violin and piano and organ. I know gyms often play hard rock music thinking it will energize the people who come in there, but for me it has just the opposite effect and wears me out faster. On the other side of the spectrum, a really long opera will wear me out as well unless I know what’s going on in the performance. I believe that some music is inspired of God, and some music is inspired by Satan. That is not to say rock is evil, however, because you also have to analyze the lyrics and see what the music is talking about as well. In general, I avoid music that makes me tired, which includes most heavy metal (but not all) and violent or misogynistic rap. I will listen to just about any other genre. I believe there was a newspaper article a couple of months ago that showed a strong correlation between listening to suggestive lyrics over a few years and the likelihood of teens to engage in inappropriate sexual behavior (in other words, breaking the law of chastity) and there was a definite correlation there. If string theory is a reality in how the universe operates, perhaps we should make a bigger effort to seek out music which has an emphasis on harmony and cohesiveness rather than dissonance and divisiveness. Have a happy day, and I send you a gummy bear.
How does the human brain hear music or sound-waves?I’m in the seventh grade and were making a movie on how we hear using iMovie for the mac and we just need to know all there is in hearing if anybody can help that would be great! Thanks.

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soonhlimThis is known as the auditory system.The folds of cartilage surrounding the ear canal are called the pinna. Sound waves are reflected and attenuated when they hit the pinna, and these changes provide additional information that will help the brain determine the direction from which the sounds came.The sound waves enter the auditory canal, a deceptively simple tube. The ear canal amplifies sounds that are between 3 and 12 kHz. At the far end of the ear canal is the eardrum (or tympanic membrane), which marks the beginning of the middle ear.Hair cells are columnar cells, each with a bundle of 100-200 specialized cilia at the top, for which they are named. There are two types of hair cells. Inner hair cells are the mechanoreceptors for hearing: they transduce the vibration of sound into electrical activity in nerve fibers, which is transmitted to the brain Efferent projections from the brain to the cochlea also play a role in the perception of sound, although this is not well understood. Efferent synapses occur on outer hair cells and on afferent (towards the brain) dendrites under inner hair cells. This sound information, now re-encoded, travels down the vestibulocochlear nerve, through intermediate stations such as the cochlear nuclei and superior olivary complex of the brainstem and the inferior colliculus of the midbrain, being further processed at each waypoint. The information eventually reaches the thalamus, and from there it is relayed to the cortex. In the human brain, the primary auditory cortex is located in the temporal lobe. The lateral lemniscus is a tract of axons in the brainstem that carries information about sound from the cochlear nucleus to various brainstem nuclei and ultimately the contralateral inferior colliculus of the midbrain. The primary auditory cortex is the first region of cerebral cortex to receive auditory input. Perception of sound is associated with the left posterior superior temporal gyrus (STG). The superior temporal gyrus contains several important structures of the brain, including Brodmann areas 41 and 42, marking the location of the primary auditory cortex, the cortical region responsible for the sensation of basic characteristics of sound such as pitch and rhythm. We know from work in nonhuman primates that primary auditory cortex can probably itself be divided further into functionally differentiable subregions. The neurons of the primary auditory cortex can be considered to have receptive fields covering a range of auditory frequencies. Neurons integrating information from the two ears have receptive fields covering a particular region of auditory space. Primary auditory cortex is surrounded by secondary auditory cortex, and interconnects with it. These secondary areas interconnect with further processing areas in the superior temporal gyrus, in the dorsal bank of the superior temporal sulcus, and in the frontal lobe. In humans, connections of these regions with the middle temporal gyrus are probably important for speech perception. The frontotemporal system underlying auditory perception allows us to distinguish sounds as speech, music, or noise.
Why is brain wave enhanced music recommended for those 18+?I was listening to some brain wave enhanced music on youtube to help me concentrate while I was studying (its very difficult for me to focus). I pulled up another video and at the beginning it said “this audio is only recommended for persons 18 and older”. Being a hypochondriac, I now feel that something horrible is going to happen to me because I’ve been listening to different ones for a few hours now…so why is it that they only recommend it for people above the age of 18? Its not like the music has profanity in it or anything…so what is it???

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soonhlimIt affects your brain, you are now at risk of serious brain disorders. This should only be used on a mature brain not a growing one, hence the age recommendations.I would suggest going to your GP and telling him what you have done, you might be in need of urgent treatment.

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