Holistic Therapies

The Benefits of Binaural Beats

Binaural Beats

Binaural Beats are acoustic auditory that have a brain-stem response and are used as a sound wave therapy. The left and right ear hear slightly different audio which is why it is important to listen to Binuaral Beats with headphones.

I personally love listening to Binuaral Beats when I meditate before bed to help my mind and body relax ready for a deep sleep. I have found that it truly does work in ways I did not believe possible!

I also listen to a higher HZ when wanting to manifest or connect spiritual (occasionally not every time.) Different HZ have different effects and you can feel how they affect your brain and body different, it is truly incredible. Binuaral Beats are available on apps including Spotify.

Who is Binaural Beats for?

Binuaral Beats is recommended therapy or self help for anyone who suffers with:




Binuaral Beats can also assist with:


Meditative state

Promoting creativity

Pain management

Encouraging positive moods

Increasing focus

Binuaral Beats are a perfect compliment to meditation.

How To Meditate

Different frequencies

Gamma 32 – 100 HZ

Heighten focus, peaked concentration, higher perception, increased learning, cognitive development

Beta 16 – 30 HZ

Thinking, consciousness, alert,

Alpha 8 – 15 HZ

Mind and body relaxation

Theta 4 – 7 HZ

Deep meditation, calming, insight, creativity

Delta 0.1 – 4 HZ

Deep sleep, deep relaxation,


All children and anyone who suffers/has suffered from seizures should avoid listening to Binuaural beats. If you are a healthy adult then Binuaral Beats are proven to hold no danger. However, if you are at all concerned please consult a specialist before trying this therapy.

Sending love and light,

Alyssa x

(12) Comments

  1. This sounds really interesting – I suffer with insomnia so will have to try this (once I get new headphones). Are there any apps specifically for binaural beats, rather than using Spotify?

    1. Alyssa says:

      Yes definitely try it! A 1-4HZ, I usually use 2HZ before bed. If you don’t have Spotify I would try Apple Music or YouTube. I know Spotify have playlists/albums of Binuaral Beats that I’m sure other apps including YouTube would have too.
      Have a google, I’m positive you will find some free albums for it and let me know how you get on/if it helps!!

  2. This is so fascinating – I had no clue some of the chill playlists I was listening to on YouTube had these beats intentionally and that there were so many benefits behind these…. but it makes sense why I’ve enjoyed listening to this type of sound when I’m studying or doing work.

    1. Alyssa says:

      They are amazing aren’t they! Its great you now know and crazy the difference they have.
      Thank you for taking the time to comment.

  3. This is so interesting I’ve never heard of this, I suffer with anxiety so will definitely have to try this ! I’m going to try this before I go to bed tonight. Thankyou for writing this post it is such a useful post for people who suffer with anxiety or insomnia. Great post 💗 xx

    1. Alyssa says:

      Your welcome! I hope it helped you sleep. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment xx

  4. Wow that sounds like such an awesome product! I enjoyed reading about it. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Alyssa says:

      Your welcome! Thank you for taking the time to comment.

  5. I have a whole playlist on YouTube dedicated to binuaral beats, I love them! I use them to focus, sleep, calm, meditate, yoga… truly great!

    1. Alyssa says:

      They are fantastic aren’t they! I listen to mine on Spotify. Thank you for taking the time to comment.

  6. I’m going to pin this post so I can give these a try before I sleep. I knew there were Different frequencies but I had no idea they could be used for so many things.

    1. Alyssa says:

      Thank you so much! And thank you for taking the time to comment.

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