Binaural Beats: Does This Auditory Illusion Really Calm Your Brain?

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Binaural beats combine two slightly different sound frequencies to create the perception of a single frequency tone. When each ear is exposed to two different frequencies at the same time (one in each ear) the brain actually hears a single tone that is the difference between two separate frequencies, and your brain tunes into this new frequency, For example, if you listen to a 290-hertz tone in your right ear and 300-hertz in your left ear your brain will actually absorb a 10-hertz tone.

That's a very low-frequency sound wave — one you can't actually hear. But according to proponents of this therapy you don't need to hear the sound for your brain to be affected by it."
https://science.howstuffworks.com/life/inside-the-mind/human-brain/binaural-beats.htm
 
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