Serotonin, Endorphin & Dopamine Boost (Isochronic Tones) HD/HQ





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Published on Oct 30, 2012

For more information about isochronic tones, questions & answers, etc, please read my blog: http://isochronichtones.blogspot.se/
Q & A: https://isochronichtones.blogspot.se/...

In general you don't need headphones when listening to isochronic tones. But this video/audio is a blended mix of isochronic frequencies, I can barely hear it from my speakers. So I recommend to use headphones, for the optimal experience.

Sampled isochronic tones by FingerprintDiva

22,027Hz - Serotonin
38Hz - Endorphin Release:
44Hz - Gamma Wave:
18Hz - Beta Wave

The video is recorded, by me, at "my home" in Second Life, where my alter ego Voff Uggla lives.

If you have any questions about the videos, read this blog post: http://isochronichtones.blogspot.se/2...

Anyway... I've no idea if these tones have any effect on the neurons in my brain, maybe it's all placebo?! I don't care, I feel good listening to them, that's whats matter to me. I'm not a neuroscientist. But I do know that "music" can trigger certain feelings in me and music is made of tones, so....

I'm only uploading FingerprintDIVAS videos/audio, I don't make isochronic tones. The frequencies in many of the videos are based on the 'Cross Reference List of Rife Frequencies', but not all of them. I have no idea if they work or not, since I don't suffer from any particular disease or disorder. The only feedback I can give, are on the frequencies I use myself, but even then, what works for me, may not work for you.

NOTE: This is not a substitute for Medical Treatment by a Physician. Always seek Medical Advice from your Doctor.

If you're suffering from any kind of "serious" medical condition, you should always get in contact with the medical profession and get a diagnosis. Alternative healthcare is not always the way to go, for some illnesses you really need professional healthcare. This is my 30 years of experience. Isochronic Tones is not an evidence-based scientific method, but on the other hand, the brain works in mysterious ways sometimes, so try it out as a complement.

Brainwave Entrainment, Sound healing, Isochronic Tones, etc is not an evidence-based scientific method.


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