Binaural Beats and Tinnitus

Is it possible that matching frequencies in your ear and forcing your brain to “create” a third frequency can counteract Tinnitus? I suffer from Tinnitus which (for Me) is a skreetchy whine in my ear 24 hours a day for the last 30-plus years. I hear it all the time, from the time I wake up until my head hits the pillow that evening to sleep. Tinnitus interrupts my sleep when I watch TV, Movies, Study, and Work. Any time I am trying to hear something, it has to fight through Tinnitus. I wore special hearing aids the VA gave me until last year’s move and saw them stolen from my dresser. At $3000 a pair, they cannot be replaced so easily. I spoke with a friend suffering the same issues as me, and she told me she was being treated with Binaural Beats. The Science: Ok, first off, binaural beats are nothing new. They have been studied for well over 50-60 years. While these types of treatments are officially listed as experimental, many companies sell binaural beats. Here is a list of frequencies and their functional ranges, according to a 2018 study.  “Delta pattern: Binaural beats in the delta pattern operate at a frequency of 0.5–4 Hz with links to a dreamless sleep. In the study, people who received a delta pattern frequency during sleep entered a deeper stage of sleep, according to electroencephalogram (EEG) brain scan results.

  • Theta Pattern: Practitioners set binaural beats in the theta pattern to a frequency of 4–7 Hz. Theta patterns contribute to improved meditation, creativity, and sleep in the rapid eye movement (REM) phase.
  • Alpha Pattern: Binaural beats in the alpha pattern are at a frequency of 7–13 Hz and may encourage relaxation.
  • Beta Pattern: Binaural beats in the beta pattern are at a frequency of 13–30 Hz. This frequency range may help promote concentration and alertness. However, it can also increase anxiety at the higher end of the range.
  • Gamma Pattern: This frequency pattern accounts for a range of 30–50 Hz. The study authors suggest that these frequencies promote maintenance of arousal while a person is awake. “

Tinnitus is not the only thing this music might help with. Sleep, concentration, mood disorders, and pain management might all be helped by using binaural beats. There are millions of people worldwide that have successfully used music to help live richer, fuller lives.

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