A lot of people wonder if binaural beats are safe. The answer is simple: yes, they are. The confusion is a result of a few websites offering what they call “digital drugs.” They sell binaurals that are meant to create drug-like effects. However, to anyone truly familiar with binaural beats, these claims are laughable. Binaural beats do create altered states of consciousness, and they certainly can and do create feelings that most can only describe as drug-like, but they will never be able to recreate the feelings of, say, marijuana.
Tens of thousands of teenagers around the world purchased “digital drugs” and started listening to them at school. Teachers, of course, caught on and suddenly made a fuss about what their students were listening to on their phones and Ipods. The mainstream media then ran stories about these “digital drugs,” and it was only a matter of time before binaural beats were sensationalized, got a bad rap, and were said to be unsafe.
The truth is that high-technology recordings are not only safe, but of significant medical and scientific importance. Recent studies have shown incredible evidence suggesting that binaural recordings help permanently treat many conditions. However, the public will never know how powerful binaural beats are because the medical industrial complex cannot properly monetize this technology. Pumping people full of pills is far easier and far more lucrative.
Binaural beats will not kill brain cells or permanently damage your brain. They work by inducing or suppressing certain brainwaves. For instance, those who have difficulty falling asleep will listen to tracks that induce delta brainwaves. Brainwave technology simply takes advantage of the natural processes within the brain. It is not only safe, but extremely effective.
I hope this article has helped allay your fears. We certainly hope so. We genuinely believe in the power of brainwave technology, and we hope to help thousands of people every year with our custom products.