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Bach for Focus | Reading | Study | Mental Activity | Isochronic Tones | Binaural Beats

Category
Entertainment
Duration
75:01
Published
Feb. 8, 2017, 6:55 a.m.

Classical music, especially Mozart is excellent for helping your brain focus on what you are doing. I have used it for many years with great success.
This session modulates between mid-beta frequencies to help enhance concentration while reading, studying, or engaging in any mentally taxing activity.
This session is not as intense as other beta sessions, so that it can be used on loop for longer periods of time without resulting in mental fatigue.
This session is designed to be used with eyes open, while studying, reading non-fiction, or engaging in any activity that can benefit from increased concentration.
This session can be used with or without headphones. If you are in a noisy environment, it is recommended to use headphones. If you wish to have the benefit pf Binaural Beats use headphones.
During the session you should remain as calm and relaxed as possible.
Once again, this is not a replacement for medical treatment.
• If you suffer from epilepsy or are taking medicine or drugs,
…then seek advice from your medical practitioner prior to using.
• If you are a pregnant woman or you have a pacemaker or are under 16 or are prone to seizures
…please do not play this soundtrack.
Finally, DO NOT LISTEN TO ANY OF THESE FILES WHILE DRIVING OR OPERATING MACHINERY.
Please note: The sounds and music here are produced uniquely by me using technology and royalty free music under licence from Transparent Corporation- License: NP32-7279-4809-75
http://www.transparentcorp.com/
Music: “Bach - Concerto for 2 violins and orchestra BWV 1043 in D minor – 1,2,3 Vivace” x 4
Licensed under Creative Commons: http://www.1classical.com/
The photo is used under licence from Photodune: http://www.photodune.net