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Tune Your Brain to the Frequencies of Sleep

Scientists have used electrodes and EEG to examine brainwave frequencies while people engage in diverse activities.

The cycles per second (hertz) of these frequencies are recorded. Sleep has slow, low-frequency rhythms that range from 1 to 7 hertz, which is a peaceful waking state. As the frequency rises, you become more attentive and worried.

Binaural beats, which have been studied by scientists and shown to entice the brain into various tones, are a type of technology that has recently emerged. To utilise binaural beats, you must listen to them through headphones since they function in this manner.

SleepPhones® sleeping headphones are an excellent method to utilise binaural beats for sleeping since they're cosy in bed and you may wear them all night. You can connect these headphones with applications like the Sleep App from Guided Meditation Treks, which creates binaural tones that help you fall asleep peacefully and reach these frequencies.

Delta — the deepest sleep

Delta sleep is the stage in which our brain activity has the lowest frequency on the EEG screen. This state is known as delta. Deep sleep has been measured at the lowest frequencies, starting around 1Hz and going up to 2Hz for the deepest sleep. Your body is recuperating and healing during this period of deep rest.

The Astral Plane

It is believed in some cultures that in the delta state, your consciousness leaves your body and either floats above it in repose or actively works on things, such as healing your body or making good with other spirits.

It might be difficult to wake someone up from the delta state. If someone does succeed in rousing you, you could babble incoherently but probably not recall later. This is an excellent opportunity to catch some shut-eye! It's good for your body and your health!

Theta — Dreaming

Your brainwave frequency changes from delta to theta somewhere around 3Hz or 4Hz, according to some sources. Theta is when your brainwaves are between 4 and 7 hertz.

Your brainwaves can vary from 4-to 7 hertz when you sleep. If you are awake but extremely calm, your brain may be in a theta state. You might fall into the lowest range of theta, around 4Hz, while taking a power nap and then feel refreshed afterwards. Consider theta to be the most restful condition before

How To Reach These Frequencies

The newest Sleep App and Sleep Album from Guided Meditation Treks will assist you relax your brainwaves into the sweet spots between 1hz and 7hz for exceptional sleep of all sorts.

You can utilise a variety of soothing natural sounds, real-time spoken word relaxation techniques, and the technologies of binaural beats and isochronic pulses to send brainwaves into these frequencies.

The SleepApp will be available on iOS devices and allows you to adjust the volume or silence individual sounds, as well as choose from a range of natural noises, including waterfalls, rain, and cityscapes. Using SleepPhones with the Sleep App is an excellent method for treating insomnia that doesn't rely on medication or other invasive techniques.

The Sleepstudio app is available on the Apple Store, and the album may be purchased at CDBaby. With these instruments, you can start getting a better night's sleep right away. 

Russell Eric Dobda's meditation journal is a beautiful and straightforward diary that may help you find your inner peace as well as write about it. His blog, My Journey to Peaceful Sleep, offers insight into his personal experiences with mindfulness and sleep deprivation through writings on creativity, technology and Yoga.

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