Consider me a skeptic.
It’s just… part of my personality. I’m skeptical about everything. I like proof that something works. I don’t accept anecdotal evidence. I’m just that kind of person. So it’s especially impressive that I swear by such a weird, unproven, scientifically vague thing like theta waves.
I suffer from pretty bad anxiety attacks and I found theta waves while looking for some way to take the edge off them. I was desperate enough to try it despite my skepticism and was amazing when, at least for me, it totally worked.
Amazed, I tried some other frequencies. Ones designed specifically for getting to sleep or stimulating creativity. And call me crazy, but each one has totally done what it said on the tin! Maybe it’s psychosomatic. Maybe it really does work. But everytime I need them, I load them up, and somehow it always seems to do the trick.
Whether it’s just pure beats…
Or a mix of soothing music and sounds with the biaural beats mixed in…
They always just… seem to work.
They might not work for you. Or maybe they will! It’s hard to say. But give them a listen. Even a total absolute skeptic like me has come to be just a little bit of a believer when it comes to these magical little beats.