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Leading scientific research has indicated that it's becoming increasingly likely that brainwave technology and biofeedback may actually be helpful in treating some mental disabilities.

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Nobel Prize and Pulitzer winners, geniuses, art and musical prodigies; these are the people that intrigue neurologists and scientists the most.

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As we learn more about the varying brain wave patterns that we experience during the day and even when we are sleeping, science has helped us to identify activities that help us to stimulate and engage in one type of brainwave activity or another.

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The Various Brainwave States

By Charles Hopkins | Published 01/17/2007 | Health |

A brainwave state is a resonance within the brain. Brainwaves resonate at specific frequencies; each different frequency range is a different brainwave state.

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Top Brainwave Technology Products

By Charles Hopkins | Published 01/17/2007 | Health |

As the most important organ in the body, so much is still not understood about the way the brain functions.

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Top Brainwave Technology Seminars

By Charles Hopkins | Published 01/17/2007 | Health |

The twenty-first century has started a trend with everyone being geared towards everyone finding different ways to reduce stress, and improve the overall quality of life.

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Top Brainwave Technology Tapes

By Charles Hopkins | Published 01/17/2007 | Health |

Using the top brainwave technology tapes to listen to audio is one of the most exciting ways to train our brain. These technology tapes can be used to induce creativity within the individual leading to a higher level of performance.

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People have always thought that meditation is an activity employed only by Buddhist practitioners as part of their tradition.

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Using Music to Alter Brain Waves

By Charles Hopkins | Published 01/17/2007 | Health |

Music has long been regarded as a universal language. People in all walks of life can be moved by any kind of music regardless of language.

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What Are Binaural Beats?

By Charles Hopkins | Published 01/17/2007 | Health |

Binaural beats are rhythmic or auditory beat that the human brain can hear. Binaural beats are perceived by our brain when two differing low frequency auditory impulses (below 1,000 HZ) are heard by each ear.

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