Beta Binaural Beat (20hz) ~ Pure





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Uploaded on Mar 2, 2011

Video: - (20hz) Beat Frequency - - (200hz) Base Frequency -

Beta Brain Waves Information ( 13 to 30Hz) :

•14 Hz - Awakeness, alert. Concentration on tasks, Focusing, vitality.
•16 Hz - Bottom of hearing range. Releases oxygen/calcium into cells
•12 - 15 Hz - Relaxed focus, improved attentive abilities
•13 - 27 Hz - Promotes focused attention toward external stimuli
•13 - 30 Hz - Problem solving, conscious thinking
•18-24 Hz — Euphoria, can result in headaches, anxiety

---------------- What are beta brainwaves? ---------------

Beta brainwaves are considered "fast brain wave" activity. Beta brainwaves are brainwaves that
cycle within the range of 12 -- 38 Hz and are usually generated in the brain's left-hemisphere.

Beta waves kick in when logically thinking, feeling stressed, and feeling tense. Beta is generally
thought of as a "normal" rhythm and is dominant in people who are alert, anxious, or have their
eyes open. Beta brainwaves are considered to be the normal brainwave pattern in healthy adults.

Most children and teenagers have dominant theta and alpha brainwave patterns. There isn't a
single brain wave pattern is better than the others -- so don't think beta brainwaves are some sort
of miracle that your children need! If you happen to be deficient in the beta brain wave range,
increasing them may feel like a miracle!

--------------Benefits of increasing beta brainwaves-----------

•Ability to think quickly
•Highest levels of focus
•Goal oriented
•Increase in I.Q
•Become more social
•More energy


As goes for anything, too much beta activity can be a bad thing. By no means would it be a good idea for you to increase a brainwave that you already have high levels of. In fact, there is a real possibility you may experience the negative effects of beta brainwaves, as they can cause anxiety, muscle tension, paranoia, and other related "stressful" effects.


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