Open Access Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Biosciences
Binaural Arousal - Sound That Synchronizes the Brain
Studies have shown that binaural beats music can invoke deeper relaxation, reduce anxiety and help us focus. But can this type of brainwave entrainment assist in reducing the tension and anxiety many people feel around sexual encounters? In this post we look at how you can increase sexual arousal and experience deeper orgasms simply by listening to this music. Many people struggle with having an orgasm, and for some, even getting comfortable for self-exploration during masturbation is a challenge. There are many reasons for this, including stress levels, cultural taboos around sexual activity, body image issues, and heightened body sensitivity. When high levels of Cortisol are produced over a prolonged period of time, our appetite for sex begins to diminish. Anxiety builds around insecurities, which are likely to have been long established through past experiences.
Using Binaural Beats for Deeper Intimacy & Better Orgasms
Background: The dichotic presentation of two auditory stimuli with a small frequency difference in each ear produces the perception of a third, fused auditory image called a binaural beat. Neural activity has been found to synchronize with these perceived beats. It is for this reason that binaural beats are often used in an attempt to induce certain psychological states that are associated with particular cortical rhythms. The aim of this proof-of-concept study was to explore the short-term effects of a binaural beat on tinnitus, to ascertain if further trials are justified.
DOI: Abstract PDF. Binaural beats are a technology of stereo sound designed to put the brain into the same activity state as when someone are meditating using traditional methods. It is necessary to use a stereo headphone to create a binaural effect in the brain.