Sound Asleep 3D Binaural Beats Eye Mask

£24.99

  • SPECIALLY DESIGNED 3D EYE MASK WITH BLUE TOOTH STEREO EAR SPEAKERS
  • 3D DESIGN FOR EYE CLEARANCE AND PADDED NOSE PIECE FOR COMPLETE BLACKOUT
  • BUILT-IN LARGE CAPACITY BATTERY FOR 10 HOURS PLAY WITH 2 HOUR CHARGE TIME
  • IDEAL FOR RECEIVING BINAURAL BEATS FOR VARIOUS SLEEP DISORDERS
  • BINAURAL BEAT APP PRODUCING BETA, ALPHA, THETA AND DELTA WAVEFORMS TO TREAT SLEEP PROBLEMS
  • ABILITY TO REMOVE SPEAKERS AND ELECTRONICS FOR CLEANING PURPOSES
  • SEPARATE ADDITIONAL COVER WITH 3D EAR SUPPORTS AVAILABLE

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Binaural Beats and how they work:-

What are Binaural Beats?

Binaural Beats are a technique of combining two slightly different frequencies to create the perception of a single new frequency tone.

The theory is that when exposed to two different frequencies at the same time, one in each ear, the brain actually perceives a single tone that is the difference between the two separate frequencies. your brain, in a sense, “tunes” to this new frequency. for instance, if your left ear receives a 300 Hz tone and your right receives a 280Hz tone your brain absorbs a 10 Hz tone which has a therapeutic effect; there are four different types of binaural beat frequencies:-

 

Alpha–alpha brainwave patterns are associated with a state of wakeful relaxation and meditation. slower and lower in frequency (between 9-14 hertz), alpha waves are dominant when we’re calm and relaxed, but still, alert.

Beta –  these brainwaves are associated with high levels of alertness and arousal. when beta brainwave patterns dominate, we’re primed to focus and concentrate, to make decisions and think analytically; beta waves are fast with a frequency between 15-40 Hz, beta waves are associated with anxiety.

Theta – this brainwave pattern is associated with deep relaxation and with some stages of sleep, including the lighter stages of rem (NREM) sleep. rem sleep itself is mostly composed of beta wave and other activity that’s similar to an alert waking brain. deep meditation produces theta waves which are slower and lower (between 5-8hz) than alpha waves.

Delta – delta waves are slow and low-frequency brainwaves (between 1.5 – 4 Hz) that are dominant brainwave pattern of deep (stage 3 &4), NREM sleep.