Improve memory and concentration with Brainwave

Using music during the study or coding session could be useful for a lot of people, but not for all. A fringe theory says that Brainwave sounds can help to improve concentration and memory, also helps you to stay away from procrastination.

No real evidence of this. No scientific proof. So, let’s try if this works for you or for us.

Brainwave entrainment, binaural beats, and study music

There is no scientific basis for the claims that different sound frequencies do affect your brain, and there is scientific proof of the fact that music can help people to feel emotions, also can calm or excite persons.

You can re-write the source code of your reality using the very compounds that created it: vibration. The vibrations you emit through thoughts, words, actions, intentions and expressions affect the behavior of subatomic particles. The body and field around it are programmable by language and sound. Program it wisely, and it will program you back.

How To Hack Your Reality With Sound | ElectronicBeats

We know music can affect mood and mental state to a degree, but will binaural beats affect you at the same level that any other music will?

It is widely accepted that patterns of neural firing, measured in Hz, correspond with states of alertness such as focused attention and deep sleep. It is hypothesized that by listening to these beats of certain frequencies one can induce a desired state of consciousness that corresponds with specific neural activity, such as studying, sleeping, exercising, meditating, doing creative work, and so on.

Brainwave entrainment, also referred to as neural synchronization | WIKIPEDIA

Scientists have made researches about each different type of brain wave (Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, and Gamma) since the invention of the EEG. Studies and theories from Universities all around the world are numerous and available also online.

Theta waves and meditation are enormously beneficial for creativity

Naturally, theta waves occur in the earlier, lighter stages of sleep, and in incredibly deep meditation. Most people experience them while awake either right before they go to bed, or right when they wake up.

Like seriously, I can’t even explain to you how much they help out with creativity. When you are in a theta state, you simply don’t have that voice on the inside judging what you create, and instead are just incredibly relaxed and you just want to play.

Why you need to know about Theta Waves | REDDIT

There is significant evidence that as the brain cycles through states and computational functions are affected. The classical brain states of the wake, the beta state, is our normal awake state. The alpha state is referred to as the meditative state, the theta state is similar to the alpha state but deeper and characterized by intuitive insights. Last is the delta state in which there is no consciousness.

Since the initial description of human brainwaves (Berger, 1929), there have been numerous studies relating the human electroencephalogram (EEG) to sensory input, attention, behavior, and various cognitive processes (Shagass, 1972). Many studies of EEG activity during nonlinguistic auditory input have been limited to the use of simple sounds such as pure tones. In a recent report, Wagner (1975a) re-viewed the limited literature relating human brain-waves to the perception of music and suggested that additional EEG studies might be helpful in increasing our understanding of the brain mechanisms underly-ing perception of complex musical stimuli.

Subjective reactions to music and brainwave rhythms | JAMES L. WALKER

Science has sought different answers and the evidence has established itself: the binaural beats occur naturally in the brain. If a different tone frequency is sent to the left and right ears through headphones, the human reactions are absolutely amazing.

After listening to two different frequencies simultaneously in stereo mode, the brain responds by interpreting the same as a single rhythmic sound frequency, known as a binaural beat. The resulting frequency represents the mathematical difference between the tones of the two stereophonic frequencies that were initially sent to the left and right ear.

Ancient cultures were aware of how the brain could be entrained through sound repetition well before modern science was able to prove the process. If we look back through history, we find many examples of music being used as medicine and therapy.

The ancient benefits of rhythm and repetition | Binaural Beats Meditation

The benefits listed in each brainwave state are general associations and it should not be assumed that all frequencies within the range of the state will produce these benefits. Having said this, a high degree of subjectivity has always been highlighted by all the experiments carried out in the field.

We don’t know if this music, these sounds, can actually work for you, but, as with all things, all you have to do is a test and verify by yourself. Here is a series of links to sites that allow you to create your own frequencies or you can use the video above. A video that we have specially created for this article, so greetings!

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