Have trouble falling to sleep? Well, not anymore! A good night sleep begins with a clear mind. Once the body is fully relaxed, your subconscious mind is slowly commanded to sleep, heal your body and mind then wake naturally after a deep sleep. Meditation made easy. A visual journey with your guide, using alpha frequencies, will assist you in releasing anything on your mind to give you peace of mind before hypnotic sleep suggestions, in deep theta, gently command your subconscious mind to sleep. Just use headphones and close your eyes! Wake naturally. Eliminate insomnia. Kreska combines brainwave frequencies with traditional hypnosis and meditation techniques for the listener to fully relax and be open to new information or ideas.
Warning: For your safety, never listen to this altered-state inducing recording while driving any vehicle or doing any activity that requires you to be alert, because it generates a dreamy state of consciousness. Use headphones. Because this recording induces sleep, there is no awaken track at the end. It is meant for bedtime. Your body will wake naturally in the morning after a deep sleep.
Depression is commonly linked to inadequate levels of serotonin, however it is also caused by high stress levels (high cortisol) or insomnia. Alpha - theta neurotherapy has been shown to be very effective in regulating these levels.
About brainwave frequencies:
When your brain recognizes the brainwave entrainment frequencies, it shifts into that frequency as it tries to match it. You will feel the shift as you become calm and relaxed. Brainwave entrainment frequencies help you take down the barriers within your own mind and allow you to re-program your subconscious mind. Real change comes from changes in the subconscious, not the conscious mind. Think of your brain as a computer and you are upgrading your operating system with better information.
Gamma waves: Frequencies between 25 and 100 Hz. Typical is greater than 40 Hz. Usually associated with higher mental activity, higher perception, problem solving, fear and consciousness. Buddhist monks are known to meditate while in Gamma.
Beta waves: Frequencies between 13 and 39 Hz. Usually associated with active or anxious thinking or active concentration, arousal or cognition.
Alpha waves: Frequencies between 7 and 13 Hz. Usually associated with relaxation while still awake, drowsiness before sleep or waking in the morning.
Theta waves: Frequencies between 4 and 7 Hz. Usually associated with deep meditation, dreams and REM sleep.
Delta waves: Frequencies less than 4 Hz. Usually associated with very deep dreamless sleep and loss of body awareness.
Falling asleep has never been easier!