New Research Says Sound Is The Future Of Medicine
We all know that music plays a key role in our lives and as well as the way we feel. What if there was a way that we could musically treat ourselves?
Luckily, with Brain.fm, this software is able to embed brainwave stimulation into audio which essentially creates a sound that you conjure yourself entirely with the way you feel.
However, you must find your true intention going into Brain.fm in order for it to truly pinpoint the factor of stress that you need help dealing with.
Brain.fm has been researched/developed for a number of years as well as being studied, processed, endless hours of a success with their pilot, and EEG analyses from neuroscientists, Brain.fm has become quite the popular experience for people.
However, it is important that Brain.fm is not to be compared to binaural beats. Instead, this kind of software is AI based as well as the music being formed to the results that you desired most from the software.
Meaning that you wanted to try the program for sleeping, focus, relaxation, etc. you would then soon begin seeing results within less than ten minutes of your time. It's also a good idea to invest in a pair of headphones as for the best results possible.
It's also a pretty good idea to keep in mind that whichever sessions that you choose should be applied as such. To give you an example, they recommend if you are going to try the "Focus" session that you keep your eyes open while you are reading, studying, or working for at least 15-30 minutes.
To give you another example, if you decided to choose the "Relaxation" session then it would be wise of you to try it as you're coming home from work, soothing any kind of anxiety, or if you meditate would be a good time to try that session out. The software recommends that you listen to the music with your eyes closed.
If you decide that you really like the program and that you wish to upgrade to the "Pro" membership, then you will also be able to thoroughly chart your progress as to which sessions benefited you the most as well as the ones that didn't.
The chart will change according to how you react to each session through your daily routine.
This experiment/product has attracted the eyes of various other researchers who are entirely fascinated with the impact that music has on our brains. New York Times has even declared:
"Now researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have devised a radical new approach to brain imaging that reveals what past studies had missed. By mathematically analyzing scans of the auditory cortex and grouping clusters of brain cells with similar activation patterns, the scientists have identified neural pathways that react almost exclusively to the sound of music — any music. It may be Bach, bluegrass, hip-hop, big band, sitar or Julie Andrews. A listener may relish the sampled genre or revile it. No matter. When a musical passage is played, a distinct set of neurons tucked inside a furrow of a listener's auditory cortex will fire in response. "
Luckily, Brain.fm allows you to test the software for seven free sessions so that you are able to understand how it works, see if the software is something you're interested in, and also lets you test it more than once so that you can truly feel like you're not buying into something that won't benefit you.