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    Who Should Not use Binaural Beats?

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    • Who Should Not use Binaural Beats?

    The use of binaural beats works for many people, but you need to ensure they are used safely and effectively.

    Even though you cannot hear the beats under the music, they can provoke a powerful response in your brain. (“4 Questions You Need To Ask Before Using a Binaural Beats”) So only use them if you are in a safe place such as sitting in a chair or lying on a bed.

    “Listening to binaural beats in the car is not considered safe.” (“4 Questions You Need To Ask Before Using a Binaural Beats”) They can prevent us from completely focusing on the road, and they quieten the conscious mind that we need to drive effectively. “The same goes for operating heavy machinery and working on jobs that require concentration.” (“4 Questions You Need To Ask Before Using a Binaural Beats”)

    If you have any history of epilepsy or seizures, you should consult your doctor before starting on a programmed of listening to binaural beats. “Tracks that come with a visual stimulus are best to completely avoid as these have been known to trigger seizures.” (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”)

    Like anything that takes us from a conscious to a relaxed state, it is best to use these when sober. (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”) The use of this alongside heavy alcohol or recreational drug use is not advised at all. Both alcohol and drugs alter the brain and alter your ability to make unimpaired and healthy judgments. “We want to entrain our brains to work the best way they can, bringing health and vitality back to our bodies.” (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”) Using binaural beats in a drugged or inebriated state does not honor our bodies.

    If you are pregnant or have a pre-existing medical condition and wish to use binaural beats, use them carefully, tracking any changes and listening to how it makes your brain and your body feel. Our brain, our thoughts, our body, and our health are all closely interconnected, and nothing happens in a vacuum. If you struggle with a physical ailment, this can affect the binaural beats effectiveness, and in turn listening to the binaural beats can affect e change that is well and good, but it is best to monitor accordingly. (“4 Questions You Need To Ask Before Using a Binaural Beats”)

    Which Beats Are Right for Me?

    Our human ears cannot hear every sound under the sun. If you remember that dog whistle right at the beginning, the reason we cannot hear it is because that pitch is created at a higher frequency than we are able to hear. (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    Our brain can hear sounds from 20hz to 20,000hz. Some scientists have said we can also hear sounds under 20hz, or we may not be able to hear them, but when they are played our brain reacts to them. These may not be immediately audible to our ears, unless played very loudly, but binaural beats below this limit have been produced in the brain during experiments. (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    “All binaural beats are played at 40hz or less, to match the brainwaves.” (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    We have five main brainwave states in our brain, each corresponding to a different level of consciousness. The precise frequencies vary a little person to person, so a range is provided to compensate. (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”)

    Delta: Less than 4hz

    The state of our deepest awareness, a state where we dream and lose all sense of body awareness. Use binaural beats in this range if you want to experience better sleep. Listening to these just before bed can help lead you into a deep and restful state. (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”)

    Theta: 4-7hz

    This is our REM sleep, the part of our sleep that we dream in. It is also possible to reach this state with deep meditation. Lucid dreaming can be done at this level as we are both unconscious enough to give our subconscious rein, but aware enough to control the actions of ourselves and others in the dreams and our environment. (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    Because this helps the subconscious play, this state is best for people who want healing of either their bodies or their mind. It allows our brain to fix the broken parts itself. (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    Alpha 7-13hz

    This is the lightest level of relaxation, and we move into this state everyday as we fall asleep and then as we awake. It is that lovely, sleepy, relaxed state that we drift off from into sleep. It is also our meditation and de-stressing state and can be very energizing if you are experiencing large levels of stress. (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”)

    Beta 14-35hz

    “If you are active, or busy, and are thinking anxious thoughts, this is the state your brain is currently in. If you want to increase your learning potential, select binaural beats in this frequency to enhance the learning process.” (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    Gamma more than 40hz

    This is our conscious state. Our higher mental activity resides in this state, and we engage these brainwaves when problem solving. (“Binaural Beats | Dream | Sound – Scribd”) Our brains are in this state for much of the day, and we need to increase our amount of time spent in this state. (“How to Choose the Right Frequency for Me? – Binaural Beats …”)

    The brain will entrain within one of these frequencies, selecting the one that is the best match for the sounds played. For example, if it is played in the alpha range, it affects the alpha brainwaves, and improves our relaxation. (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”)

    “Sounds played that correspond to the beta brainwaves however would make you feel more alert as they are part of the awake brain.” (“Binaural Beats | Dream | Sound”) A study that set out to show how different frequencies could change the brain in diverse ways took two groups of people and played different frequencies to each. One group was played frequencies in the Beta range, and the other was played frequencies in the Delta range. After the tracks were played, they found that listeners of the Beta range evaluated as being more awake and alert than those listening to the Delta beats. (“Programming Your Mind With Binaural Beats – C.J. Hallock …”)

    Best Wishes, Coyalita

    Behavioral Health Rehab Specialist

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