Mind Aerobics, Holosync
A Revolutionary Way To Beat Stress Without Drugs
Who wouldn’t want to be less stressed these days when each day brings more frightening economic news? But before you reach for Prozac, make note of a new breakthrough non-drug way to shrug off stress, sharpen your mind, enhance memory, sleep like a baby and improve emotional health. The science behind this exciting breakthrough is called “Mind Aerobics”, based on powerful sound technology called “Holosync”, and used by 300,000 people in 55 countries.
The original research, done at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York, and published in the journal Scientific American showed that different brain waves trigger different mental states. Further research revealed that soothing music creates a positive effect on our outlook by affecting brain waves. But it’s the Holosync tones placed under the music, (not the music itself), that affects the various brain waves.
For instance, during the day our brain fires out a pattern of Beta waves, the ones associated with anxiety. But if we’re relaxed, brain waves change to an Alpha pattern, or the “super learning” mode, when we store and recall large amounts of information efficiently. Theta waves, produced during dreamy sleep, increase creativity, a state referred to as being “in the zone”, easing stress. And finally Delta brain waves provide dreamless sleep.
Dr. Vincent Giampapa, head of the Longevity Institute International, reports that Mind Aerobics soundtracks also have a positive effect on two vital bio-markers, Cortisol and DHEA, both produced by the adrenal glands.
Cortisol, an age accelerating hormone, is bad news for longevity and our sense of well-being, interfering with learning and memory. Mind Aerobics decreased Cortisol by 46 percent and in some patients 90 percent.
DHEA, acts as a buffer against stress-related hormones and is a key determinant of physiological age. Mind Aerobics soundtracks increased DHEA by 68 percent. These changes in Cortisol and DHEA occurred after just three days of exposure to this audio technology!
Mind Aerobics’ powerful sound technology “Holosync” gets our brain out of the Beta down-in-the-dumps mood, promoting positive emotional and physical changes. The result is improved learning ability, more upbeat creative thoughts, reduced stress, a sense of well-being and increased longevity. And Holosync contains no subliminal messages.
The package contains three soundtracks. The first is called, “Super Focus and Concentration”. This soothing soundtrack creates an Alpha brain wave pattern of relaxed, but alert attention. We know that we work best if we’re relaxed, but still alert. It’s referred to as the “super learning” state.
This soundtrack can be used while reading, studying, working at a computer or any kind of activity that requires concentration and the need to keep your mind from drifting. It can also be used with the eyes closed while meditating or trying to solve a problem.
The next soundtrack, “Super Stress Release”, places you into the Theta brain wave pattern, one of deep relaxation. This pattern also triggers the release of stress releasing endorphins (nature’s natural painkiller that’s also produced by exercise) and other neuro-chemicals. It’s also the pattern of increased creativity when you say “Eureka” or “ah ha! I’ve found that elusive answer”. Thomas Edison came up with his best ideas while catnapping in the Theta pattern.
The final soundtrack, “Basic Workout”, takes you from an Alpha state down through Theta brain waves and finally the deep Delta brain wave state. This soundtrack forces the nervous system to expand, resulting in what scientists call “whole brain functioning”, and the creation of new connections between the right and left brain hemispheres. It’s this soundtrack that puts the whole brain in sync, helping people solve troubles that have plagued them for years. You should listen to this soundtrack once or twice a day. But never use these soundtracks while driving.
In this pill plagued society I’m in favour of anything that circumvents medication and poses no risk. So if you feel you’re losing it, burnt out, lacking in energy and unable to focus on your work, Mind Aerobics may be the answer to these troubles and get your brain in sync.
All soundtracks must be played using stereo headphones. Mind Aerobics can be obtained for $85.95 U.S by calling the toll-free number 1-888-860-6577. Or see the web site http://www.mindaerobics.com for more information.
W. Gifford-Jones M.D is the pen name of Dr. Ken Walker graduate of Harvard. Dr. Walker’s website is: docgiff.com.
Dr. Walker can be reached at [firstname.lastname@example.org?bcc=letters@canadafree.