15-Minute Recharge Session - Boost your Batteries, with Brainwave Audio. Recharge your batteries and enjoy more energy - with 15-Minute Recharge, the powerful brainwave audio recording from Brain Hacker!
15-Minute Recharge uses special audio sounds to influence your brainwave patterns, helping you to rest, relax, and recharge your batteries during a 15-minute listening session. The audio employs brainwave entrainment technology to sync your brainwaves up to particular frequencies. After being exposed to these frequencies, the brain replicates them, helping to bring about particular states of mind, in just minutes. In this session, your brain is gently encouraged to sync up with a 50 Hz isochronic tone, helping infuse your being with extra energy and vigor.
How to use this session: Just hit play and listen, anytime, anywhere, to begin to enjoy a fast and effective pick-me-up when you need it most. It's completely safe, non-invasive, and non-addictive. It won't damage any of your brain cells either.
Please note: You should avoid using this session if you are epileptic or if you need to stay awake. See www.brainhacker.net for full warnings and our disclaimer.
Technical Information: This audio session helps restore your focus and replenish your energy reserves. This professionally composed track features upbeat music at 136 BPM, guaranteed to rev up your enthusiasm levels. It also includes a carefully-cultivated isochronic tone, which peaks at 50 Hz, working in the background to generate Gamma waves in the brain, making it possible to re-energize yourself quickly and naturally without the need for harmful drugs or stimulants.
Download the 15-Minute Recharge session now to reap the benefits of a quick and easy energy boost from the inside out!
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Relaxing yet energizing...
I felt rejuvenated and was more productive at my desk job.
All of it.
It's a nice little pick me up that doesn't require a lot of time. I just sit at my desk and listen.