The Mp3 Meditation Club

Binaural is one of the elements for the formation of brain waves have been discovered already in the 19th century. Dr. Vincent Giampapa, director of the International Institute and former President of the American Board of medicine anti-aging longevity evaluated the effect of audio on hormones telepathy. Dr. Giampapa has discovered a high concentration of melatonin (which help people to sleep) and DHEA and reducing levels of cortisol (the stress hormone). Binaural are tones that affect the brain. This effect Heinrich Wilhelm Dove discovered in 1839 and since then has been frequently used, to help people to relax, meditate, reducing the management of pain, fear and inspire fantasies. Double frequency elevation binaural are slightly different, and each one hits each ear independently. When this happens, the brain through a third sound responds to create the difference between the two. Binaural sounds have been technology tested and examined cerebro-drive in the context of the. If they have have proven scientifically effective, they have a strong effect on the mental, the mp3 meditation club physical and emotional health and well-being. Isochrone are computerized beats rhythmically pulsed, safely, gently and effectively lead and train the brain to brain wave frequencies optimal. In the Decade of 1980's scientists continue research on training for relief from the headaches and general relaxation. Arturo Manns published a study in 1981, the isochronous as a means of telepathy-based audio demonstrates efficacy. In the same year, in the book of MegaBrain, the authors describe many more applications of the formation, including, but not limited, to enhance meditation and creativity. In the 1990s, the potential for the use of training with attention deficit and learning examined studies. The list is constantly expanding. Recent research also shows that telepathy with chronic fatigue can help disorders syndrome and pain, seasonal affective Chronicle, of high pressure and a number of other diseases.  . . . .