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  1. Peter

    You had me interested until you got to brainwave entrainment. I am very leery of this technique. Maybe I am old fashioned or superstitious, but I don’t want to mess around with my brain. Maybe after it becomes common and there are no ill effects, I will consider it.

    Fortunately, I have a good memory, so I don’t need to artificially enhance it. When I began reading, I thought it was about learning to concentrate the old-fashioned way.

    I guess my fear of BE is that it seems similar to hypnotism or even brainwashing. I’m sure that fear is overexaggerated, but I’m just being honest.

    • Dave

      Hey Peter, 

      I completely understand you. 🙂

      Not all people love brainwave entrainment, and it is normal.

      But then, if the only reason you are fearing to use it because it doesn’t “seem” legit, I would like to let you know that doctors are even recommending the brainwave tracks as prescriptions for brain related issues. 

      I would encourage you to ask around.

      Anyways, I am thankful for stopping by.

      Have a good day mate. 🙂

  2. Susan

    Dave,

    Motivational article, and something that I am interesting in doing, but at my age (a senior) will this method work? I know that improving brain power is possible but have not heard of this way before.
    And being a senior I do work with some children who are having trouble with schooling (remembering things they have just read) do you think this would work for them?

    Susan

    • Dave

      Hallo there Susan, 

      This method will definitely work for you if you take it seriously and work consistently on it. As for the kids you with, I would not recommend using the brain systems I recommend on them because they may be affected by the strength of the systems since their minds are still developing. 

      But if you feel it would come in handy for them, I would encourage you to confirm with your doctor that it will be safe for them. There are some kids who have been found fit for them, but not all of them.

      So to be safe, it is better to check with the doctor.

      Hope this has answered your question. 🙂

      Have a wonderful day.

  3. Vaughn

    I can see the benefits of boosting your memory, it would be a massive help in day to day activities especially if your studying or doing tasks where you need to focus and maintain concentration.
    I was aware of the music based systems but not sure how they really worked, the brainwave entrainment makes sense and seems to be something worth pursuing, very helpful, thanks

    • Dave

      Hey Vaughn,,

      Boosting the memory sure does come with huge benefits. 🙂

      I would love to hear your experience with brainwave entrainment systems.

      Thanks and have a good one mate.

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