Understanding Isochronic Tones

With regard to brainwave entrainment, the use of isochoric tones has been proved more effective since it is even and seamless as the same phase is used for both ears and therefore it does not require the use of a headphone. Earlier binaural beats were used for brain entrainment. This kind uses different sound phases for both ears and requires the use of a headphone which can be tedious.

Yet, isochoric tones do have their own disadvantages since for them to have any effect the sounds of the tones have to be loud enough to be heard. This is not the case with binaural entrainment; all the tones, although, even have to have the same amplitude to be of any use to the listeners. Isochronic tones are part of brainwave entrainment and a better option since they have a higher frequency than cortical evoked response (CER).

Isochronic tones have been combined with a form of light stimulation referred to as Photic stimulation to form AVE (Audio Video Entrainment). AVE has been developed for a long time, and has been used to reduce instances of jaw tension during dental procedures. Brain entrainment is one way of stimulating the brain to respond in a particular way, and nowadays, you can get Isochronic tones in the form of software and hardware for your use. Generation of Isochronic tones in the brain needs to be done carefully to prevent damage to the brain. In most cases, you may need a professional to do it for you. Internet sale CD’s that can produce Isochronic tones are sold at a cheaper price, but you have to ensure you trace their source before you use to generate Isochronic tones in your brain. Poor use of the hardware and software in the generation of Isochronic tones can lead to irreversible effects on the brain.

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