The sound is Processed in Both Hemispheres of the Brain
A classic line often heard is “oh yeah, sound is so powerful because it is processed in the right side of the brain!” Well yeah, that’s true, but it’s only half of the story. The remarkable thing about sound is that it’s processed in many regions of the brain simultaneously. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Sound shows that while making sound, the sensory cortex, auditory cortex, hippocampus, visual cortex, cerebellum, amygdala, prefrontal cortex, and motor cortex are all firing at once. Amazing! This relates to the multi-sensory experience of making sound because each of these sensory systems is tied into a specific part of the brain Sound Helps You Bond Sound is a rich and beautiful way to connect with you and deepen your bond. Mothers have known this for centuries and now the science is showing us that Oxytocin, known as the “bonding” or “cuddle” hormone, is released when listening to and making sound. Some soundal ways through which you can bond with you.
The description of waves or vibration effect to our brain are:
therefore influences other neural connections like learning, grasping, memory and every Brain Waves Analysis (BWA) – A Scientific Approach towards better Learning & Peak Performance Scientific research has shown us that we have more personal control over the behavior of our brains than we ever thought possible. We can change attitudes, beliefs, emotional states, and behavior; all by harnessing the power of Brain Wave For scholastic performance, social skills, attention deficit or hyperactivity; analysis of Brain Waves can help you fully develop and achieve their best. BWA (Brain Wave Analysis) addresses the foundations of learning; a balanced and organized brain can process and remember the information more easily. Improved mental performance and ability to pay attention equals better learning; reducing stress, develops better test results, and calming emotional and behavioral issues improves social interactions. All this equals better prospects for the future.
Brainwaves are detected using sensors placed on the scalp. They are divided into bandwidths to describe their functions, but are best thought of as a continuous spectrum of consciousness; from slow, loud and functional – to fast, subtle, and complex.
Sound effect on our Brain
In a Fraction of second our brain reflect to sound.
LET’s See HOW ?
Categories of Brain Waves
- BETA WAVES (12 TO 38 HZ)
- ALPHA WAVES (8 TO 12 HZ)
- GAMMA WAVES (38 TO 42 Hz)
- THETA WAVES (3 TO 8 HZ)
- DELTA WAVES (.5 TO 3 HZ)
Beta Waves: Alertness Concentration Cognition
Beta waves range between 13-40 HZ You are wide-awake, alert. Your mind is sharp, focused. It makes connections quickly, easily, and you’re primed to do work that requires your full attention. In the Beta state, neurons fire abundantly, in rapid succession, helping you achieve peak performance. New ideas and solutions to problems flash like lightning into your mind.
Alpha Waves: Relaxation Visualization Creativity
The Alpha state is an intensely pleasurable and relaxed state of consciousness essential to stress reduction and high levels of creativity. Artists, soundians and athletes are prolific alpha producers; so are intuitive persons, and so was Albert Einstein. Alpha researcher, Joe Kamiya says, “Its pleasure may come from the fact that alpha “represents something like letting go of anxieties.” With Brainwave Therapy binaural beat frequencies, you can begin experiencing the benefits of alpha.
Delta Waves: Healing Sleep! Detached Awareness
In the Delta state, you are sound asleep. Delta waves are the slowest of all five brainwave frequencies and range between 0-4 Hz. Slow Wave Sleep or SWS, is the deepest state of sleep and it plays a vital role in health and well-being. During this phase of the sleep cycle, the brain begins producing very slow, large Delta waves. Even if your lifestyle doesn’t allow for the luxury of a full eight hours of sleep, a few hours of Delta waves will trick your brain into thinking it’s had all the restorative sleep it needs.
Theta Waves: Meditation Intuition Memory
Theta is one of the more elusive and extraordinary brain states you can explore. It is also known as the twilight state which you normally only experience fleetingly upon waking, or drifting off to sleep. Theta is the brain state where magic happens in the crucible of your own neurological activity. But for most, being able to enter the dreamlike theta state without falling asleep takes meditation practice. Luckily, Brainwave Therapy can speed up this process, making it easier to drop into deep meditative states, even if you’ve never meditated before.
Gamma Wave: Inspiration! Higher Learning! Focus
Gamma waves are the fastest of the brainwave frequencies and signify the highest state of focus possible. They are associated with peak concentration and the brain’s optimal frequency for cognitive functioning. Nobel prize-winning scientist, Sir Francis Crick believes that the 40Hz frequency may be the key to the act of cognition. 40 Hz is the window frequency used in Sync Gamma and Beta wave programs.
Sound is a Multi-Sensory Experience
Picture a person hitting a drum with a drumstick. On the surface level most people would see just a kid playing a drum but hold on, there is so much more going on. Let’s break it down.
- Their tactile system is engaged because they are feeling the mallet in their hand
- Their kinesthetic system in engaged as they move their wrist and arm to strike the drum
- Their auditory system is engaged as they listen to the sound of the drum
- Their visual system is engaged as their eyes track the motion of their arm and the mallet in their hand
Sound is Powerful
o sum it up, sound ROCKS! Not only there are mountains of anecdotal evidence that tell us this, but now through the fields of Neuroscience and Sound Therapy, the data shows us why sound is so powerful. Sound is an easy, fun and motivating way to connect with everyone and motivate them to develop new skills. And also, Here we use the Vibrations or Brain waves to accelerate the functions of Neurons and activities of the body that we do in our daily routine.