Binaural beats

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Binaural beats are special sounds. They help a person have different brainwaves when they listen to them.[1] They can help people with pain when they are in hospital.[2] Some people use binaural beats to help them sleep, meditate or have Out of Body Experiences.[3] There are computer programs and iPhone programs that make binaural beats.

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  1. Oster G (1973). "Auditory beats in the brain". Sci. Am. 229 (4): 94–102. PMID 4727697 .
  2. Hemispheric-synchronisation during anaesthesia: a double-blind randomised trial using audiotapes for intra-operative nociception control, Jan 2000, Kliempt, Ruta, Ogston, Landeck & Martay
  3. Accessing Anomalous States of Consciousness with a Binaural Beat Technology Journal of Scientic Exploration, Vol. 1 1, No. 3, pp. 263-274, 1997

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