So umm.. the headphones you recommend respond to "18 Hz to 21 kHz" like it says on the page. But the brainwaves actually respond to:
> 40 Hz = Gamma waves - Higher mental activity, including perception, problem solving, fear, and consciousness
13–40 Hz = Beta waves - Active, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration, arousal, cognition
7–13 Hz = Alpha waves - Relaxation (while awake), pre-sleep and pre-wake drowsiness
4–7 Hz = Theta waves - Dreams, deep meditation, REM sleep
< 4 Hz Delta waves - Deep dreamless sleep, loss of body awareness
So.. You don't even stimulate Alpha, Theta and Delta waves? Since if those are the headphones you use while creating the doses and they don't even play back the frequencies...?
Or have I actually misunderstood something? :/
But yeah, I guess Gamma is where it's at, with the list of effects.. I just thought that I'm screwed since my headphones "only" respond to 10-22000Hz ... But well, I guess it should work then.. I've tried 3 different doses and the effect is always the same.. I just sink into the "noise", try to relax, then lose the sense of time as I'm doing nothing but focusing on the sound and... nothing else happens
The first one I tried was Marijuana2.. But I didn't use a "reset" dose in between. But do I have to, since there was like 2 hours in between of the tries..?
Damn.. I really really hoped these things would work.. Well.. I guess I'll keep on trying. I hope this isn't just a hoax.. Since it really sounds amazing and .. possible.
Oh yeah and is there anything else I should consider to check about my headphones? I mean, it'd be really useful to know what is a factor for them to work... Just the response frequency?
You know, if you'd just post the info that the headphones MUST HAVE, everyone could just check for themselves if their headphones have the proper requirements and they wouldn't be asking about all of the headphones separately..
But yeah, thanks in advance.. I will still try one before going to sleep.. but it feels like I'm just wasting my money away