Are Binaural Beats the New Designer Drug?
Binaural beats have been in the news a lot lately and have been described as a type of digital drug. The reason they are compared to a drug is because they are known to alter your mind state and bring the body and mind into a deep relaxation almost like a trance.
In my opinion comparing them to a drug and creating a combination of fear as well as excitement among people from all over the world is merely a clever marketing tactic.
However the fact remains that these “digital drugs” are extremely popular. Binaural beats are nothing new; they have been around for well over 70 years. There is research and documentation written up touting their benefits and viability.
Do Binaural Beats Act Like a Drug?
Even though binaural beats can alter your mind state by working with your brain frequencies, they are extremely safe to use. Real drugs however almost always have side effects and negative consequences. Comparing binaural beats to drugs is very much like comparing meditation to drugs simply because you are able to alter your brain frequencies with regular practice.
Thinking of binaural beats as digital drugs does make them very enticing. After all who doesn’t want to zone out and experience a different reality every now and then? By listening to a very specific combination of tones and pulses that will allow you to experience unique brainwave combinations you are able to experience:
- lucid dreaming
- astral projection
- deep sleep and relaxation
- improved memory and focus
- psychic abilities
- and numerous other benefits and mind states – both therapeutic and fun
How they do compare to drugs is that they work very quickly, often within a matter of minutes. It is also very important to not be driving or operating any machinery while you listen to them as they do have a tendency to zone you out and sometimes even put you to sleep.
Who Uses These Digital Drugs?
The fact that brainwave audios such as binaural beats can be downloaded in MP3 format makes them easy for any person anywhere in the world to acquire them. They are used by both men and women from all over the world.
Some people use them to help them relax and chill out. Others use them for different health benefits and to promote healing. While others still use them for therapy such as helping with ADD and pain management.
There are numerous uses for them and the options are practically unlimited. I am personally not a fan of drugs of any kind, but if this is the new designer drug of the decade I am right on board!
Binaural beats are a method to truly experience the floaty effects normally associated with drugs while keeping it safe, natural and fun.
Our Unexplainable Store review gives a full list of what mind states are possible to experience by simply tuning in and listening to binaural beats and isochronic tones.