Your Questions About Binaural Beats

Betty asks…

Do you just have to listen to the brain waves on a binaural beats app?

I have this app for my itouch that plays binaural beats. While it plays the binaural beats it also has background sounds like the ocean, thunder and pink noise. I find it kind of hard to go to sleep with those background sounds on, so am i able to take those sounds off and just listen to the brain waves and still get the same effect?

Binaural Beats answers:

The binaural beats is probably programmed into the ocean, thunder and pink sound that you hear. As you listen to the complete sound the entrainment programing is taking effect and changing your brainwave pattern to the required frequency.

Your signature brain wave activity is unique to you. It has a distinct rhythm and pattern that has developed over time and through habit. Binaural beats programs can help you develop new patterns and expand frequencies that you might be lacking or needing more of. For example if you have difficulty focusing, look at Beta & Gamma centered programs. Or if you have trouble relaxing, explore theta, alpha or even delta programs

Donna asks…

Where can I get Binaural beats to help me sleep?

I read on the internet that a product called Binaural Beats helps you sleep,
But when I search for it I always find different types of sounds,
So Can someone tell me what 1 I’m supposed to get to help me sleep please or if you can give me a link to the product itself that would be great.

Thanks a lot.

Binaural Beats answers:

Thomas, binaural beats for insomnia sound a bit odd when you hear them for the first time (at-least they do not sound like music, unless music has been deliberately mixed with them) but they are believed to help people get rid of insomnia.

Binaural beats for insomnia are thought to help people fall asleep by temporarily altering the pattern of electrical activity of their brain, so that this pattern resembles the electrical activity of the brain during sleep! It actually requires you to do nothing more than putting on stereo headphones and listening to an audio recording.

Usually this audio recording (binaural beats) sounds like a pulsating gadget unless some other relaxing sound (e.g. Music, or the sound of ocean waves, rain, breeze, etc.) has been mixed with it. This additional sound of music, rain, etc. Is not really necessary for binaural beats to work, but it makes the listening experience more pleasant. The volume should be turned low or kept barely audible.

To put it simply, binaural beats for insomnia play two tones having two different frequencies in each ear using headphones. Our brainwaves automatically try to mimic the frequency that is equal to the difference between the two frequencies that we are hearing simultaneously.

The following information might be helpful in understanding how binaural beats work to cure insomnia, and how to obtain the product that you are talking about: -

Nancy asks…

Any information about binaural beats greatly appreciated?

Any information about binaural beats greatly appreciated?
How often should they be listened too?
Can you listen too often?
Any information that anyone can provide would be great.
1 second ago – 4 days left to answer.

Binaural Beats answers:

Hi Girl,

What Are Binaural Beats

Binaural Beats are Not a “New Age” Fad. Binaural Beats have been researched for almost 170 years. The human brain goes through many frequency cycles during each day. Different frequencies produce different effects to the human consciousness. Using this information, it has been discovered that the receiving and operating frequency of the brain can be altered with sound waves. Many of the most powerful brain frequencies are under 20 Hz. Since the ear itself does not respond to frequencies below 20 Hz, Binaural Beat Technology came about which uses the inner wiring of the brain to produce the frequency with perfect accuracy.

How Binaural Beats Work

Binaural Beats work by broadcasting two separate frequencies in each ear. For example, if you wanted to tune your brain to a 7 Hz frequency, you could play 200 Hz in your right ear, and 207 Hz in your left ear. The brain will compensate for the difference between the two and produce a third tone that will be exactly 7 Hz. This will result in your brain frequency being lowered and tuned to the desired 7 Hz operating stage.

The Difference Between Recordings

We often receive questions inquiring about the difference between recordings. Many of our descriptions sound alike and people may assume that the recordings are basically the same. This is not the case. Each recording is different, and each recording is tuned for a specific purpose. Example- 4.2 Hz and 6.3 Hz are both within the Theta Range, but exhibit totally different characteristics. The four main frequency classifications are large and vague ranges, and within these classifications are an array of frequency options which all produce different effects. Also, studies show that exact combination of frequencies cause many documented brain reactions. We can not publicly disclose the exact frequencies used in our recordings for product protection reasons, but you can be assured each and every recording is specifically tuned to stimulate certain abilities.

Difference Between Subliminal And Binaural

Subliminal recordings attempt to program the brain with the use of harmonic sounds and voices alone. Subliminal recordings usually have no immediate effects, and is doubted if they produce any effects at all. Binaural Beats work immediately, and can be felt upon first use. There is proven science behind Binaural Beats and the effects are real. Binaural Beats successfully alter your brains frequencies. Once your brain is in the right state to absorb, subliminal programming is dramatically improved.

What To Expect

Simply stated, Expect Results. Binaural Beats directly stimulate the brain by altering the operating frequency. Some of the common physical effects are:

1. The body feeling heavy and the inability to move freely
2. Total relaxation of the entire body from head to toe
3. Vivid visualizations, colors, and patterns
4. Separation of the conscious and subconscious mind
5. Anxiety, Stress, and Tension Relieved
6. Feeling of sedation or not feeling the body at all

Every person’s brain is different, and every recording we sell uses different frequencies. There is no exact answer to what you will experience. Some minds are more open to suggestion, and some are stubborn. Many people have absolutely “Wild Experiences”, while others have more mild effects. Although each of our recordings is specifically designed for a purpose, experiences will differ person to person.

Are Binaural Beats Dangerous?

There is no proof to suggest Binaural Beats pose any danger to listeners. Binaural Beats use the exact same frequencies that we touch upon everyday in our daily lives. Binaural Beats allow you to reach certain mind levels “On Demand”. I suggest persons with heart problems, psychological problems, and other abnormalities consult a doctor before use.

Operating machinery and driving can be dangerous while listening to Binaural Beats. It is recommended to only use Binaural Recordings in the comfort of your own home, or in a safe location.

Brain Frequency Chart

Extensive credible studies have been done with Binaural Beats in attempts to find out what frequencies trigger brain reactions. These studies have produced incredible results that link metaphysical abilities to exact frequencies. Below is a chart that shows the 4 most common brain wave classifications. Each classification can be broken down into frequencies that each affect a different part of the conscious and subconscious mind. Remember, there are many possible variations within each classification, and studies show certain combinations of these frequencies produce different effects.
Frequency rangeNameUsually associated with:
13 to 40 Hz Beta wavesActive, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration
7 to 13 Hz Alpha wavesRelaxation (while awake)
4 to 7 Hz Theta wavesDreams, deep meditation, hypnosis
< 4 HzDelta wavesDeep dreamless sleep

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Thomas asks…

Will I become insane if I keep listening to binaural beats?

I just started listening to binaural beats, and I’m worried something bad could happen to me. Could I go crazy if I keep listening to these sounds.

Binaural Beats answers:

With proven meditation and stress reduction methods available, I don’t see the appeal of things like these beats, which have dubious validity.

See the MBCT website and ad for the book Mindful Way Through Depression. See The Depression Cure by therapist/lifestyle expert Stephen Ilardi of the Univ. Of Kansas

Jenny asks…

Where can i find binaural beats for astral travel without downloading from the net?

I am not allowed to download anything from the net and I need to try binaural beats

Binaural Beats answers:

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