"Reboot" your brain and refresh your focus in 15 minutes!
A growing body of evidence shows that taking regular breaks from mental tasks improves creativity and that skipping breaks can lead to stress, exhaustion, and creative block.
And if you find taking a walk or taking a nap can't completely clear your mind and begin again, you should dig deeper.
Thesse recordings help you to "reboot" your brain and refresh your focus. Like computers, our brain benefits from a reboot to take some rest and reinvigorate itself. Our modern life has many stressful situations that can make us feel exhausted mentally and physically. In addition, stress can zap your motivation, interfere with your ability to concentrate, and even cause health problems. So it's important to take care of yourself. Pick these recordings and build some specific moments of listening into your day to step away and clear your mind.
The mind reboot pack is embedded with Isochronic tones and Binaural Beats that help you slow down your brainwaves to the deep Theta state where it stays for a while. After some minutes of Theta entrainment, the frequency ramp up to Beta at the end of the session to keep your mind energized and fully awake.
How Is This Possible?
Binaural Beats- Sine wave generators are used to create two separate frequency waves which are introduced to each ear independently. The brain reacts by creating a third tone which is the difference between the two. This allows the brain to directly tune into a frequency that the ear cannot hear! The entire range of Alpha and Theta frequencies (between 5-12 Hz) have been tested extensively in several studies. It was concluded that a specific combination of frequencies consistently caused a Shift In Consciousness!
Isochronic Tones- If you are looking for the most effective type of brainwave entrainment, Isochronic Tones are the way to go. Isochronic Tones also use equal intensity tones, but the pulse speed is greater, causing the brain to synchronize with the rhythm. In 1999, Thomas Budzynski Ph.D. published a case in the Journal of Neurotherapy which showed that a group of 8 college students increased their GPA with the use of audio brainwave stimulation, and their GPA continued to increase even after the experiment was finished!