Brainwave Entrainment For Sleep And Insomnia

Brainwave entrainment for sleep can be a very pleasurable way to drift off, it can also help with various conditions that reduce your ability to rest effectively. Sleep problems and insomnia affect a large number of people, with each person having a unique set of circumstances that contribute to the issue arising. A key factor that links the majority is stress. When a person is experiencing stress they often have issues achieving rest and relaxation, hence brainwave entrainment being so useful, induce the brainwave frequencies that are linked to calmness, relaxation and then carry them through to the depth that brings sleep and you can lead yourself with ease into a quality restful sleep.

Binaural Beats For Sleep An Important Note

Whilst many people do seek Binaural Beats to help with sleep problems they have been noted as being the least effective of the sonic brainwave entrainment methods for bringing the mind into an effective place where rest is easy to achieve. The reason for this is the frequency response created within the brain, at lower differentials as is with deep Theta and Delta many have issues with the frequency correlation and assimilation that makes Binaural Beats effective, they can be good for the higher frequencies, less with the lower ones though.

As such all the SurgingLife BWE Sleep tracks use Isochronic Tones and the more potent in the lower ranges Monaural Beats. The later having a direct interaction with the basilar membrane which induces the effects rather than being perceived, processed and created within the mind. Monaural beats have a more direct sonic effect which has greater strength than Isochronic Tones, and far greater than Binaural Beats, within Theta and especially within Delta. This means that you get the greatest opportunity for achieving the rest you desire in an easy way. Plus the sound structure enables you to use either speakers or earphones depending on your preference.

A Quick Note For Listeners

This music contains brainwave entrainment to aid the listener in achieving a state in the Alpha, Theta and Delta brainwave ranges. Caution should be exercised by the following people:

  • Epileptics
  • Pregnant Women
  • Those prone to seizures

Also those who are on medication or drugs should consult their doctors prior to listening to this music.

The music is best when played through quality speakers, earphones or headphones so as to gain the full effect of the sounds it contains.

Current Selection Of Brainwave Music For Sleep

Peaceful Sleep Induction – Music To Aid You Into Deep Sleep

This track has Isochronic tones and Monaural beats layered within it, alongside other key sonic patterns, to aid you in calming your mind and body in such a way that peaceful sleep flows with ease. The first portion of the track has music selected specially to gently bring your frame of mind to a quiet state of being. As the track continues the music transitions into a state that lures you ever deeper. Whilst the entrainment flowing within once at its deepest level stays steady to the end, with the track fading out at a level of deep delta. This track can be used either via headphones or speakers as you desire. 60 minutes.

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This wonderful Monaural beats and Isochronic tones sleep music is available on CD via the SurgingLife store.

Brainwave entrainment for better sleep and post-sleep state of young elite soccer players - a pilot study.

The effect of sleep deprivation on psychophysical performance and well-being is comprehensively investigated. Research investigating the effect of improved sleep is rare. Just as little exists about attempts to support athletic mental state and performance by improving sleep quality... In a pilot study, 15 young elite soccer players were stimulated for eight weeks during sleep with binaural beats around 2-8 Hz. Once a week after wake-up, participants completed three different questionnaires: a sleep diary, an adjective list for psychophysical and motivational state, and a self-assessment questionnaire for sleep and awakening quality. Fifteen sport students executed the same protocol sleeping on the same pillow, but without stimulation. Subjective ratings of sleep and awakening quality, sleepiness and motivational state were significantly improved only in the intervention group, but did not impact their perceived physical state. In summary, eight weeks of auditory stimulation with binaural beats improved perceived sleep quality and the post-sleep state of athletes, whereas the effect on physical level is assumed to occur in a time-delayed fashion.
Abeln V, Kleinert J, Strüder HK, Schneider S.

Source NIH.Gov