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How does Brainwave Music Works?


Brainwave entrainment is a method to stimulate the brain into entering a specific state by using a pulsing sound, light, or electromagnetic field. The pulses elicit the brain's 'frequency following' response, encouraging the brainwaves to align to the frequency of a given beat.

There are 5 widely recognized brain waves:

  • Delta Waves (5 to 3Hz)

  • Theta Waves (3 to 8Hz) Theta brainwaves occur most often in sleep but also dominant in deep meditation

  • Alpha Waves (8 to 12Hz) Alpha brain waves are dominant during quietly flowing thoughts, and in some meditative states

  • Beta Waves (12 to 38Hz)

  • Gamma Waves (38 to 42Hz)


Everything we say and think is regulated by the frequency of the brain currents, and these brain currents are constantly in motion. The brain produces sequential waves at any frequency, but not at the same speed as the rest of the body.


When we talk to each other, the brain is in a BETA state, and the waves have a frequency of 14 - 18 cycles per second. In this state, we are active and awake, but our brain currents are not active or awake at the same rate as the rest of the body.


When we are calm, our brain waves move at a frequency of 14-18 cycles per second, but when we dream, they are not activated at the same speed as the rest of the body.

We are in a state of deep relaxation or meditation and can be in this state or consciousness for a short time, such as a few minutes or an hour, when we have calmed down.

People who have a problem with this frequency may have difficulty remembering, especially when they sleep or wake up in the middle of the night.


The oscillations of the GAMMA waves range from 40 to 5000 cycles per second, and the brain currents range from 0.4 cycles per second to delta.

This condition is a state of deep sleep, the very deep relaxation that is used in hypnosis is characteristic of the time in which we wake up and fall asleep.

When we study or process information, we activate the GAMMA waves, and this is the state in which we sleep deeply.

After 7 cycles per second, the brain currents slow down to 4, then to 0.4 and finally to delta, at the end of the cycle they slow down again.


THETA waves are generated by the right brain and are the narrow line between consciousness and subconscious.

The hermit reaches this state and has access to absolute peace; the THETA wave is created directly in front of the brain, right in the centre of consciousness.

This wave intensifies and awakens emotions and feelings, allowing the subconscious to be programmed and reprogrammed to get rid of negative and restrictive thinking.

THETA waves are most active in children and creative people and listening to music increases the activity of the Theta wave.

THETA waves in the brain are the most direct access to the subconscious and part of the consciousness that lies deep in the sleepless brain, where feelings and memories are stored.

By training to activate the THETA wave, you can enter a special meditative state in which you adjust the state of consciousness in your body and increase your ability to quickly concentrate and control your attention.

At this frequency, your beliefs can change, feelings are foreign to you and you become "bedded" by the theta wave.

THETA is a very powerful state, especially when you experience a creative boom of inspiration, such as during the creative process of writing, music, art, or any other creative activity.

This can be compared to walking on hot coals without getting burned and can affect the encephalograph when you are in it. Every hour of the day in THETA State is replaced by 4 hours of sleep, so you can compare it to hot coal without getting burned.


When your brain is producing ALPHA waves, it's responding to activities like meditation and rest that can reduce your stress levels and help you feel calmer. If you're able to produce ALPHA brain waves, you're probably able to tap into a state that can help you get some rest and relaxation.

You may be wondering why ALPHA waves are so important. When your brain is producing these waves, it's responding to activities like meditation and rest that can reduce your stress levels and help you feel calmer. ... Boosting your ALPHA waves might also increase your creativity levels. 


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