Having said the aforementioned, these are the things you need to do:
1. Do some reading about Binaural Beats Music so you can develop realistic expectations about how and what this music therapy can offer. Keep in mind that it is not a traditional treatment or clinical approach to treating depression. It is holistic.
2. If you’ve decided to try Binaural Beats Music, make sure you’re not going to do tasks that require attention, like driving or working during or shortly after listening.
3. To experience Binaural Beats Music, you will need a pair of stereo earbuds or headphones. While you can listen to this music without earphones, it will not offer the same benefits.
4. You will also need to download Binaural Beats Music on iTunes or another digital music library or purchase CDs from Binaural recording artists, music therapists like Steven Halpern, or music researchers like Joshua Leeds.
5. Many artists allow you to listen to their music before buying, which allows you to create specific playlists. And remember to choose a frequency of Binaural Beats that you’re interested in experiencing.
6. When you’re ready with your earphones and music, find a quiet or restful space to listen to your music.
7. Listen to a track of your liking and allow the music and the vibration frequency experience to move through you.
8. Your experience may be immediate, or you may find yourself slowly moving into the reported benefits after a few songs.
9. If you experience any negative effects, headache, restlessness, or boredom, this holistic approach may not be for you.
Written By Deborah Serani Originally Appeared In Psychology Today