Attention! - Listen and Improve Your Concentration In 2 Minutes
Do you have problems concentrating? Always feeling easily distracted when you are doing something? Do you have ADD or know someone that does?
This CD might be the answer - It's called Attention!, and it is claimed can improve your concentration after just 2 minutes of listening to it.
It was developed by Dr. Paul Swingle. He was a lecturer of psychiatry at Havard Medical School, and held various other positions throughout his career.
He discovered it by accident when he was experimenting subliminal sounds (not messages, just soundwaves). In the other room, the other researcher, his assistant, seem to lose his ability to concentrate.
When he discovered this, he began experimenting with different frequencies to see if he could create the opposite effect, concentration. Eventually he did manage to come up with the exact frequencies which according to him, dramatically improved concentration.
Two Minute Exposure Produces Great Results |
The data confirmed the remarkable results: after only two minutes exposure, improved mental states were still measurable after 1 hour or more.
Dr. Swingle tested different versions on normal individuals as well as in clinical settings involving children with ADD, closed-head injury cases, and anxiety- related disorders. In each type of situation, he achieved consistent success.
In a University of West Florida study, biofeedback expert Dr. Thomas Budzynski tested this technology on the cognitive function of elderly people with equally dramatic results.
This product claims to be clinicaly proven to increase concentration in people with ADD, head injuries, and people who simply want to improve their concentration.
You don't need headphones, there are no subliminal messages on it, and it doesn't "entrain" your brainwaves. Instead, it "dis-entrains" brainwave frequencies that cause mental fuzziness and distraction problems.
I have a copy myself that I purchased a good while ago. I remember playing it as I played checkers, online with someone else. I won about 5 games straight before I stopped, which I wondered if the CD contributed to it.
I also discovered one day, that after listening to it for about an hour, I felt shaky and overstimulated. The instructions said that too much listening could cause an effect similar to drinking too much coffee..
One thing I was always curious about, and that is using this cd for meditation- if meditation involves pinpoint focusing, then I wondered if one could use this cd while meditating on something.
I hope this helps anyone that can use this...