Writer: James D. Lane, Stefan J. Kasian, Justin E. Owens and Gail R. Marsh* Source: Journal of Physiology & Behavior (1998) Vol. 63, No. 2, pp. 249–252 Content: This study tested 180 participants on theta/delta and beta frequency ranges. While the different frequency ranges had different effects on the listeners, the overall conclusion of this […]
Writer: Leila Chaieb, Elke Caroline Wilpert, Thomas P. Reber and Juergen Fell. Department of Epileptology, University of Bonn, Germany Source: Frontiers in Psychiatry. Published 12.05.2015 (found on epileptologie-bonn.de) Content: Several independent studies on the effects of Binaural Beats all report the same: Binaural Beats are able to reduce the feeling of anxiety. This is great […]
Writer: Lynn, S. J., Barnes, S., Deming, A. & Accardi, M. Source: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2010) Vol. 58, 2, 202-221 Content: Autosuggestion works. In this article, the authors state that by adding autosuggestion as cognitive behavioural therapy to existing treatments, depression and anxiety symptoms could be drastically reduced.
Writer: Pinell, C. M. & Covino, N. A. Source: The international Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2000) Vol 48, No. 2, 170-194 Content: Hypnosis has been a complementary tool in medicine for quite a while. Nevertheless, many people doubt the efficiency due to the general perception of imposture hypnosis. This critical review of the research […]
Content: ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) is a phenomena that, despite being used for relaxation daily by millions of people, has been researched very little. ASMR, could be described as a sort of mind massage that is administered through the ears. It provides a pleasant sensation of goosebumps and chills caused by stereo sounds having a binaural effect, which many find pleasing. The […]