Old knowledge, which unfortunately is still not used in medicine today
Frequencies are all around us, and they can have a profound impact on our health and wellbeing. When delivered through headphones with a cable, frequencies can be used to achieve a variety of positive effects on the human body.
One of the most well-known uses of frequencies is in binaural beats, which are created by playing two slightly different frequencies in each ear. This creates a third frequency that the brain perceives as a pulsing sound, and this sound can have a range of positive effects on the body. Binaural beats have been found to reduce anxiety, improve mood, enhance cognitive function, and improve sleep quality.
In addition to binaural beats, other frequencies can also have a positive impact on the human body. For example, studies have shown that certain frequencies can be used to reduce pain, improve immune function, and even stimulate the body’s natural healing processes.
One of the most well-researched frequencies is the Schumann resonance, which is the natural frequency of the Earth’s electromagnetic field. This frequency has been found to have a significant impact on human health, with exposure to the Schumann resonance reducing stress levels and improving overall physical and mental health. By listening to recordings of the Schumann resonance through headphones with a cable, individuals can tap into this powerful natural frequency and reap its many benefits.
Other frequencies that have been found to have positive effects on the body include 528 Hz, which is believed to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes, and 432 Hz, which is associated with feelings of calm and relaxation. Listening to recordings of these frequencies through headphones with a cable can help individuals achieve these positive effects on the body and mind.
A better focus, concentration and memory…
Frequencies refer to the number of cycles that a sound wave or electromagnetic wave completes in a second. Our brain produces electrical activity that can be measured in terms of frequencies using an electroencephalogram (EEG). Different frequencies are associated with different states of consciousness and can affect our ability to concentrate, memorize, and focus.
There are several types of brain waves that can be measured on an EEG, including delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma waves. Each of these brain waves is associated with a different state of consciousness, and research has shown that certain frequencies can promote concentration, memory, and focus.
For example, alpha waves, which are produced when the brain is in a relaxed state, have been shown to improve memory and increase focus. Beta waves, which are produced when the brain is engaged in mental activity, can also enhance focus and concentration.
One way to use frequencies to promote concentration, memory, and focus is through brainwave entrainment, a technique that involves exposing the brain to external stimuli such as sounds or lights that pulse at specific frequencies. This can help the brain synchronize its own electrical activity with the external stimuli, leading to improved concentration and focus.
Some popular types of brainwave entrainment include binaural beats, which involve listening to two different frequencies in each ear, and isochronic tones, which involve listening to a single tone that pulses on and off at a specific frequency. Research has shown that both of these techniques can lead to improved concentration, memory, and focus.
In addition to brainwave entrainment, there are other ways to use frequencies to promote concentration, memory, and focus. For example, listening to music that has a specific tempo or rhythm can help regulate brain waves and improve focus. Some people also find that using white noise or ambient sounds can help them concentrate and block out distractions.
Overall, while the use of frequencies to improve concentration, memory, and focus is still an area of ongoing research, there is some evidence to suggest that it can be an effective technique for some people. If you are interested in using frequencies to improve your cognitive abilities, please check out our Youtube-Channel “Secret Frequencies Meditation Music Studios”.