Binaural beats 13 Hz therapy is used more frequently than other types of binaural beats therapy because there are so many people who battle with broken sleep patterns which leave them feeling agitated and unable to cope with day to day stress.
The binaural beats 13 Hz is the last frequency which falls into the Alpha range of brain waves, as we already know, the Alpha range of binaural beats therapy targets relaxation, drowsiness and REM sleep.
A person who is able to relax to the point of drowsiness before actually falling asleep benefits from a more peaceful sleep, and being able to wake in the morning feeling refreshed. A good night’s sleep is important for everyone, especially people who are in positions where they are required to have full mental capacity all day long.
Stress is well known for preventing a good night’s sleep, people who manage to fall asleep even though they feel highly strung or stressed out often find themselves constantly waking up during the night or having nightmares.
Binaural Beats 13 Hz therapy allows you to relax into a state of drowsiness so that you can have REM sleep which will help you to feel more alert the next day, in the same manner it has been proven that people who wake up to binaural beat therapy 13 Hz are able to remain relaxed for a longer period of time after waking up than those who don’t wake up to the therapeutic tones.
For a relaxed frame of mind, binaural beats 13 Hz therapy is the answer, but do make sure that you start this type of therapy under the close observation of a qualified therapist before doing it by yourself at home, as each person is different and although the brain waves frequencies are similar the results are not guaranteed to be the same for each individual.