Entrainment: Still Useful After all These Years
I’ve been using brain entrainment for a couple years now. It provides all the physical benefits of deep meditation without the learning curve.
When I listened to my first entrainment track it sent me into the deepest, most restful sleep I’d enjoyed in months — maybe years. Now that I’ve been listening to entrainment tracks every day, they don’t have the same kind of dramatic impact they did when I started.
But that’s a good thing.
When I started entrainment, I was battling depression and some ongoing chronic health issues.
I was chronically sleep deprived. Either I couldn’t fall asleep because my brain was racing, or I couldn’t stay asleep.
I was very anxious, and I felt as though my nerves were on edge almost all the time.
Now I’m sleeping better, I’m no longer depressed, and my health is substantially better. I almost never get that edgy feeling any more, and I’m able to take life’s curves in stride much better.
Do I still need entrainment? Could I stop?
The short answer is, yes, I probably could.
The long answer is, why would I want to?
Just because I’m not experiencing the same dramatic changes I noted initially doesn’t mean it’s not still helping me.
Frankly, I like feeling calm and in control. I like that I don’t feel on the verge of tears several times a day. I like that I’m getting better quality sleep.
How Does Entrainment Work?
I’ve explained here how entrainment works, in some detail.
To put it very simply, entrainment helps you produce more of the hormones that calm you down, smooth you out and help your body refresh and renew.
Other benefits include:
- Stress reduction
- Peak Concentration
- Enhanced Memory
- Enhanced Learning Ability
- Better quality sleep
- Better blood pressure control
- Reduced insulin resistance
- Improved heart rate
There are two entrainment products I use. Click here to find out more about them.