What is brainwave entrainment? I could use big words like Isochronic Tones or Monaural and Binaural Beats, or a hand full of other names and "mumbo jumbo" to explain brainwave entrainment techniques, but there is a simpler way to explain it.
An uncomplicated way of understanding brainwave entrainment is to think about of it as a way of tapping into your instinct for a purpose. Whether our instinct is something that is "hard wired" into us, or learned from our environment from the time of our conception is unimportant. The fact that we mostly share the same instincts is very relative however.
A important fact about reactional instinct. If you were to accidentally touch a red hot burner you wouldn't stop to think about the experience you would quickly jerk your hand away from it! In much the same way we are all sensitive to different patterns of sound, a rapid pattern produces agitation, anxiety, excitement, and similar reactions. while slower patterns cause a relaxed and secure, physical and emotional response. when these patterns are consistent with little variation they are dependable at producing a response. The response is the purpose of brainwave entrainment, and those patterns and variations are "tuned" for different purposes such as relaxation, meditation, stress reduction, learning, and more!
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Your brain is made up of billions of brain cells called neurons, which use electricity to communicate with each other. The combination of millions of neurons sending signals at once produces an great amount of electrical activity in the brain, which can be detected using sensitive medical equipment (such as an EEG), measuring electricity levels over areas of the scalp.
With the discovery of brainwaves came the discovery that electrical activity in the brain will change depending on what a person is doing. For instance, the brainwaves of a sleeping person are vastly different than the brainwaves of someone wide awake. Over the years, more sensitive equipment has brought us closer to figuring out exactly what brainwaves represent and with that, what they mean about a person's health and state of mind.
You can tell a lot about a persons mental state by observing their brainwave patterns. For example, anxious people tend to produce an overabundance of high Beta waves while people with ADD and ADHD tend to produce an overabundance of slower Alpha/Theta brainwaves.
Researchers have found that not only are brainwaves representative of mental state, but they can be stimulated using brainwave entrainment to change a person's mental state, and even help treat a variety of mental disorders. Certain Brainwave patterns can be even be used to access exotic or extraordinary experiences such as "lucid dreaming" or extremely vivid visualization.