What Can Binaural Beats Do for You?

I’m wondering what you know about binaural beats.  Basically, they are sounds that may affect your brain’s functions in ways that can be very helpful to you.

Although I was already using binaural beats for self improvement, I became even more interested in them when I was interviewing Erica Douglass (www.Erica.biz).

Erica told me that while writing a blog post, she was listening to binaural beats that help with inspiration and creativity. After about thirty minutes of listening, the writing became so easy for her.

You can get those same binaural beats that Erica uses for free at www.i-dose.us.

So… guess what I’m doing while writing this blog post?

As I write this, I am listening to exactly what Erica used.  And it does sound like frogs, just as she told me.

You don’t have to be a writer to take advantage of what binaural beats can do.

Here are other benefits you might experience:

  • More energy
  • Relaxation
  • Pain relief
  • Help with meditation
  • Problem solving
  • Focus
  • Help with weight loss
  • Help to stop smoking

Just choose the binaural beats appropriate for you at www.i-dose.us.

Remember that you can listen for free, so why not try it?

What have you got to lose?
Maybe stress… excess weight… pain?

Till next time…

Wishing you peace, love and happiness,

Joyce Marie
Songwriter and singer
Founder, LessonsFromLyrics.com

P.S. Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LyricalJoyce

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3 Responses to “What Can Binaural Beats Do for You?”

  1. Pete dzineit@Web Design Company Says:

    aww, i never heard this before, but how to record their sound, or from where can we get that sound, i have heard this sound in many electronic items as a predefined midi

  2. Greg Eisenmenger@cocoa beach personal injury Says:

    Binaural beats are almost certainly one of the safest approaches you can use. Listening to the correct beats so that you will gain the preferred results is also important. I learned a lot from this post. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Joyce Says:

    Hi Greg, Glad to know you learned from this post.

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