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What is brainwave entrainment?


Brainwave entrainment (BWE) is a technique in which specific sound frequencies are used to influence the brainwave (or brain waves). The technique is also known as neurostimulation or neurofeedback and is often used in psychological treatment and in recovery and well-being research.

The purpose of brainwave entrainment is to put the brainwaves into a state of relaxation, concentration or awareness. It can help reduce stress, anxiety and bad habits and improve creativity, concentration and performance. The technique can also be used to support physical and mental well-being.

Brainwave entrainment is usually delivered through speakers or headphones that produce different frequencies of tones and pauses between the tones. These can be used in conjunction with visual stimuli such as flashing lights or colored images to achieve a deep state of relaxation.

Brainwave entrainment can be an effective tool to reduce stress, improve concentration and calm the mind. When used regularly, it can help people achieve a sense of satisfaction and well-being and improve overall health.

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