Brainwave Entrainment For Health: Feel Better With Isochronic Tones
Health is the most valuable asset we possess. Without good health, material riches are less enjoyable, and even our closest relationships can suffer. So it makes good sense to do everything we can to take care of our bodies. Most people are aware of the importance of eating well and exercising.
Eating a diet based on natural wholefoods, avoiding pesticides and other additives, drinking plenty of pure water and not overeating can go a long way towards creating good health. So can taking regular exercise that gets our heart rate up, challenges our muscles and stretches our joints. Avoiding stress and taking the time to nurture our mental health is vital too, since the mind has a huge impact on the health of the body.
But do you know that doing these things may not be enough? What do you do when you’re eating well, but still wake up feeling ‘blah’? Or when you work out regularly, but still don’t feel like you’re really fit? There’s more to maintaining great health than just taking action-steps like eating well and exercising, as important as these are. The other factor that plays even more of an important role is your brain and mind, which can influence the effectiveness of the actions you take.
As well as taking steps to minimize stress, maintain a positive outlook and maximize your psychological wellbeing, it’s important to provide your body’s own self-healing and regeneration mechanisms with the optimal conditions in which to work. These mechanisms are most active during the night, in deep sleep – a state which is associated with the production of delta waves in the brain. Unfortunately many people don’t get enough sleep, or their sleep is disrupted, and not enough time is spent in the healing delta state. Others seem to sleep well, but still don’t feel 100%, despite their healthy lifestyles.
Boosting Your Health With Brainwave Entrainment
Brainwave entrainment technology can help, by giving you an easy means of spending more time in the delta state – a state which is only normally accessible when you’re asleep. By listening to specially designed recordings, you can trigger your brain to produce delta waves when you’re still awake – and your body may benefit.
Brainwave synchronisation works because of the brain’s natural tendency to align with (or entrain to) rhythms of certain frequencies. By listening to a sound recording that incorporates frequencies in the delta range (0 – 4 Hz), your brain will start to produce waves of similar frequencies, and you can change your state of consciousness easily. This is a great boon for those who don’t know how to meditate effectively, or who have trouble focusing or quieting the mind. The delta state is normally inaccessible during waking hours to all but the most advanced – but thanks to brainwave entrainment recordings, anyone can access it, and its benefits.*
Isochronic Tones Are The Best Choice
There are three types of audio-based brainwave entrainment tools available – binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones, all of which work well. Binaurals are the most well known, and work by introducing sounds of two frequencies via headphones, one in each ear. The brain processes the sounds and produces a tone with a frequency that is equal to the difference between the sounds it’s hearing. Monaurals and isochronics, in contrast, only feature a single sound, the frequency of which depends on the state of consciousness you’re trying to achieve. Neither need the use of headphones, although isochronic tones are the better choice for most people, since they work a little more effectively. They can be difficult to find though, as they’re not as well known as binaural beats.
So if you want to maximize your state of health, it might be worth giving brainwave entrainment a try. You might enjoy the ‘Health’ recordings from The Meditation Club – I use their meditation recordings a lot, and really like them. All tracks are available as binaurals, monaurals and isochronics, are fully guaranteed, and you can also download samples to try for free, with no obligation.
*Disclaimer – Please note that this information is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, and if you are ill you should always consult a medical professional and follow their recommendations. The use of brainwave entrainment technology is not intended to treat or cure any disease.