Icon of program: Binaural Beats - Brain Wa…

Binaural Beats - Brain Waves for iOS

By Omer Okan AyvazogluFreeUser Rating

Key Details of Binaural Beats - Brain Waves

  • Focus,Reprogram Your Brain,Rem.
  • Last updated on 2/22/2024
  • There have been 3 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Enlarged image for Binaural Beats - Brain Wa…

Developer's Description

Focus,Reprogram Your Brain,Rem.

What is brain waves ?

Please refer to this excellent description below

Please note : Below article is referenced from wellandgood web site (https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/brainwaves-biohack-sleep-health-focus)

"The 5 types of brainwaves

Now heres where it gets fun: Brainwaves are grouped into five distinct categories, each of which is associated with a very specific type of task and mental state.

The most high-frequencyand, some may say, high-vibeof the bunch are gamma waves. Gamma waves are often associated with insight, peak focus, and expanded consciousness, says Winters. These waves are generated when the brain is learning new information, sharply concentrating, or storing memories. She adds that this hyper-focused, tranquil attention is characteristic of Zen meditators and master musicians.

A step down are beta waves, which is what most of us experience most of the time in our always-on society. Their upside is that they allow us to concentrate hard on tasks at handand theyre critical when we read, write, and socialize, says Winters. (Its the frequency of the hustle, basically.) The downside of beta waves is that they can zap our energy and reduce emotional awareness and creativity.

Once we get home at the end of the day, if were lucky, we shift into a relaxed, reflective alpha wave pattern. If you daydream, wind down for bed, or sit down with a good book, your brain is likely in an alpha state, says Winters. On the other hand, if your brain has trouble shifting from beta to alphaa stress-induced phenomenon called alpha blockingyou could suffer from insomnia, anxiety, or obsessive-compulsive symptoms, says Winters.

Finally, once you fall asleep, you experience theta waves (the ones associated with dreaming) and delta waves (which promote deep, restorative, dreamless slumber.) Interestingly, theta waves are also linked with being in that elusive, hypnotic flow state associated with peak performance, as well as the autopilot mode we shift into when were doing something weve done a million times before, like driving home from work on a familiar route. [People can] have flashes of insight or bursts of creativity when in these flow states because their behaviors are often so automatic that they can mentally disengage and just be, explains Winters. So that explains why I have all my best ideas in the shower "

Explore More