Brain Waves: Meditation Assistant & Binaural Beats

Brain Waves: Meditation Assistant & Binaural Beats APK

Brain Waves: Meditation Assistant & Binaural Beats APK

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Toolkit for mindfulness, meditation and relaxation

What's Brain Waves: Meditation Assistant & Binaural Beats APK?

Brain Waves: Meditation Assistant & Binaural Beats is a app for Android, It's developed by Unjinx Apps author.
First released on google play in 3 years ago and latest version released in 5 months ago.
This app has 2.8K download times on Google play and rated as 4.39 stars with 31 rated times.
This product is an app in Health & Fitness category. More infomartion of Brain Waves: Meditation Assistant & Binaural Beats on google play
Fine-tune your brain waves and mental state by using a well-curated set of tools including meditation assistant, binaural beats, soothing infinitely running ambient sounds and also learn about meditation practices with our list of recommended resources.

We have also gamified your meditation sessions in order to keep you engaged and motivated to form robust meditation habits ad routines in your life. Journey across various landscapes in search of mindfulness! You gain points for completing every meditation session and move forward on the path. Your current position can be seen on the map by a blue blinking sphere.

You can use our meditation assistant to set the duration for your meditation sessions and be notified in a non-obtrusive way when the duration is completed. You can view the stats on your previous sessions and view other useful information.

Binaural beats -

Play your favorite binaural beats in an instant and get your brain in the state you want it to be. BrainWaves provides a collection of all the commonly produced brain waves and gets your brain operating in those frequencies and gaining the characteristics associated with that frequency.

You can use this app to help you concentrate better and feel more alert at your studies or work, or relax after a tiring or stressful period, or to help yourself to a deep sleep.

Just open the app and choose whichever brain waves you want to play, and relax (or sleep, or feel alert, or feel drowsy depending on the brain waves you play!) and the app will instantly start playing the wave for as long as you want.

You can set the timer in the app to automatically stop playing a wave after a particular time.

You can also view your playing stats and see how often you have played each wave and the last time you played them.

To get the best effects you should use stereo headphones while playing the binaural beats.

Do not play these brain waves during driving or while operating heavy instruments.

Human brain (along with brains of a vast number of other species) produces waves because of the rhythmic nature of firing of the neurons in the brain. When a large number of neurons vibrate in synchronisation a global wave pattern emerges in the brain. Different brain states such as sleeping, relaxing, working etc are associated with different waves.

By a process called brain entrainment, it is possible to make the brain to naturally synchronize to the frequency of external stimuli, and auditory stimuli are one major way to do so. By playing sounds of slightly different frequencies it is possible to make the brain produce a frequency equivalent to the difference in frequencies of the two sound, and by doing so one can cause the brain to produce the desired waves.

From Wikipedia (

Changes in neural oscillations, demonstrable through electroencephalogram (EEG) measurements, are precipitated by listening to music, which can modulate autonomic arousal ergotropically and trophotropically, increasing and decreasing arousal respectively. Musical auditory stimulation has also been demonstrated to improve immune function, facilitate relaxation, improve mood, and contribute to the alleviation of stress. These findings have contributed to the development of neurologic music therapy, which uses music and song as an active and receptive intervention, to contribute to the treatment and management of disorders characterized by impairment to parts of the brain and central nervous system, including stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer's disease, and autism.

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