Robin B. German C.C.Ht. | Bipolar Therapy

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Bipolar Therapy

by Robin B. German C.C.Ht.

Even out your moods naturally. Reduce the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder by stimulating SMR in the right brain hemisphere and Beta in the left brain hemisphere. All the sounds are embedded with Beta Waves, SMR and Isochronic tones.
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1. Bipolar Therapy: Music and Brook
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Even out your moods naturally. These sessions help to reduce the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder by stimulating SMR in the right brain hemisphere and Beta in the left brain hemisphere. All the sounds on this CD are embedded with Beta Waves, SMR and Isochronic tones for quick results.

Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder sometimes called manic-depressive illness or manic-depression that characteristically involves cycles of depression and elation or mania. Sometimes the mood switches from high to low and back again are dramatic and rapid, but more often they are gradual and slow, and intervals of normal mood may occur between the high (manic) and low (depressive) phases of the condition. The symptoms of both the depressive and manic cycles may be severe and often lead to impaired functioning.

Beta (15 Hz to 18 Hz)training usually produces a slightly upward shift in arousal levels, leading to increased wakefulness and attentiveness or to decreased depression. The sensorimotor rhythm (SMR) (12 Hz to 15 Hz) elicits a slightly downward shift in arousal. The SMR is associated with subjective feelings of relaxation, emotional calm and centeredness.

Isochronic tones work by emitting sound at regular intervals. This excites the thalamus and causes the brain to duplicate the frequency of the Isochronic tones, changing its thought patterns.


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