Binaural beats as digital drugs

Researchers are looking into the use of sound as digital drugs.

In a new study, researchers examined a new way to alter minds using binaural beats.  Binaural beats are conflicting frequencies fed into each – ear.  Theoretically, these digital sounds are thought to induce changes in the brain. 

Some people report they can drop out, reduce pain, enhance memory, and ease anxiety and depression by tuning in to these beats.  

The survey shows that the use of sound as digital drugs is going on in multiple countries and is becoming an increasingly popular art form.  However, more studies are yet to be done to investigate binaural beat therapy in easing acute anxiety and altering moods and the mind.   

Are digital drugs just hype, or does it really work?  We’ll soon find out.  Let us know what you think about digital drugs by commenting below.

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