Studien über Neuromusik

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Einführung: Brainwave Entrainment

Bei neowake.de produzieren wir funktionale Neuro-Musik, die mittels unterschiedlicher Sound-Technologien ein Ziel verfolgt. Deine mentalen Bewusstseinszustände auf Knopfdruck zu transformieren. Für besseren Schlaf, Konzentration, Entspannung und vieles Mehr.

Unsere neowake Session wurden auf der wissenschaftlichen Grundlage von 100+ Studien entwickelt, die die Wirksamkeit von Brainwave Entrainment beweisen. Weitere 1000+ Studien belegen außerdem die Wirksamkeit von Achtsamkeit und Meditation, dem Kerngedanken von Mentaltraining.

neowake ist dabei kein reguläres Brainwave Entrainment. Mit unserem Team aus Neurowissenschaftlern und Sound-Designern kreieren wir transformierende Neuromusik mit neuen Sound-Technologien.

Zum Einsatz kommen:

  • 3D Binaurale Audios
  • Bilaterale Beats
  • Trilaterale Beats
  • Monaurale Beats
  • Isochrone Töne
  • Dissoziative Klänge
  • Biofrequenzen auf Grundlage von „biological Tuning“
  • bi-hemisphährische Gehirnwellensynchronisation
  • Trägerfrequenzen (Carrier Frequencies)
  • Multiphasische Strukturierung der Sessions
  • Multilayering der Frequenzen
  • Harmonische Kammerton-Stimmung
  • Frequenzmodulation der Hintergrundmusik
  • Psychoakustische Klangebenen
  • Head Related Transfer Function
  • Syncrowave (Modulation der Musik mittels Frequenzen)
  • … und viele weitere Innovationen (exklusiv bei neowake)


Auf dieser Seite findest du eine Auflistung der bekanntesten und renommiertesten Studien, ebenso wie der beispielhaften Erklärung einiger bewiesener Wirkungsweisen von Brainwave Entrainment auf deinen Geist. Viel Spaß beim Entdecken.

Grundlegende Einteilung der Frequenzen, die mit unseren Gehirnwellen korrelieren:

  • Delta (1–4 Hz) – Tiefschlaf, Empathie, kollektives Unbewusstes 
  • Theta (4–8 Hz) – Schlaf, Meditation, Trance, luzides Träumen 
  • Alpha (8–13 Hz) – Tiefenentspannung, Leichte Meditation, Reflektion
  • Beta (15–20 Hz) – Fokus, Klarheit, Energie 
  • Gamma (32–100 Hz) – Super-Learning, Problemlösung, transzendentales Denken


neowake exklusive Frequenzenpattern abseits des klassischen Gehirnwellenspektrums:

  • Lambda (100-200 Hz) – Hyper Gamma Bereich, Achtsamkeit, ganzheitliche Wahrnehmung
  • Epsilon (0,1-0,5 Hz) – Achtsamkeit, ganzheitliche Wahrnehmung (korreliert mit Lambda)
  • Solfeggio (175 Hz – 963 Hz) – Spiritualität, Körper & Geist Wirkungen
  • Dr. Rife Frequenzen (0-10.000 Hz) – Körperliche Selbstregulation
  • Dr. Clark Frequenzen  – Körperliche Selbstregulation
  • Dr. Beck (3.92 Hz) – Reinigung des Blutes
  • Solarfrequenzen
  • Planetare Frequenzen nach Hans Cousto – Grundschwingungen der Planeten
  • Schumann Frequenz (inkl. Oktavierungen) – Grundstabilität des Organismus
  • Ontogenetische Frequenzen nach Nogier – Organspezifische Regulation
  • Geomagnetfrequenzen


Hinweis: Wir nutzen unterschiedliche Technologien, um diese Frequenzen wiederzugeben. Die meisten sind auch per Klang applizierbar.

Als Quantenphysikin weiß ich ganz genau, wie wichtig die richtigen Schwingungen sind. Alles besteht aus Energie in Form von Schwingungen. Ich arbeite mit meinen Klienten an den eigenen Schwingungen von innen heraus. Diese können aber durch externe Schwingungen, also von außen, optimal ergänzt werden. Das beste Programm dafür, dass ich kenne, ist von Marvin Alberg und seinem Neowake. Ich persönlich habe hier die allerbesten Erfahrungen gemacht. Deshalb kann ich diese uneingeschränkt empfehlen

Dr. Susanna Wallis - Quantenphysikin

Studie 1: Mehr Aufmerksamkeit

In der Studie von Barone, Colzato, Hommel und Sellaro vom Jahr 2017 konnte eine verbesserte Aufmerksamkeitsspanne nachgewiesen werden. Die Probanden nutzten hierbei binaurale Beats im Gamma-Bereich von 40 Hz. Die Probanden hörten sich die binauralen Beats bei 340 Hz an. Danach wurde eine „global lokal“-Aufgabe durchgeführt. Es wurde getestet wie schnell und in welcher Reihenfolge die Probanden unterschiedlichste Strukturen einer Figur wahrnahmen. Die Probanden sollten dabei entweder auf die großen oder kleinen Teile der Figur achten. Der binaurale Ton wurde auch während der Aufgabe abgespielt.

Fazit: Die Aufmerksamkeitsspanne, ebenso wie die Reaktionsschnelligkeit fiel bei den Probanden gegenüber der Kontrollgruppe besser aus. Sie benötigten 36ms zum reagieren, während die Kontrollgruppe 57ms benötigte. Sie waren also in der Lage die Teile der Figuren schneller wahrzunehmen und einzuordnen.

Quelle zur Studie: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26612201/

Studie 2: Mehr Kreativität

Diese Studie wurde von Bolders, Hommel, Reedijk im Jahr 2013 durchgeführt. Es geht um die Auswirkungen von binauralen Beats auf die Kreativität. Betrachtet wurden vor Allem kreative Prozesse, wie das divergente oder konvergente Denken. Die Probanden wurden in drei Terminen mit binauralen Beats im Alpha-Bereich (10 Hz), im Gamma-Bereich (40 Hz) und dann mit 340 Hz bespielt. Am Anfang jeder Sitzung wurde das Augenblinzeln gemessen. Das ist ein Indikator für die Ausschüttung von Dopamin im Striatum des Großhirns, welche mit kreativen Denkprozessen in Verbindung steht.

Die Probanden führten außerdem Tests für das konvergente und das divergente Denken durch und füllten einen Fragebogen nach dem Schema PANAS-S zur emotionalen Befindlichkeit aus. Die Studie postuliert anhand der Beobachtungen, dass binaurale Beats, egal welcher Frequenz, das divergente Denken beeinflussen können. Hierfür wurde der Alternate Use Task durchgeführt, bei dem eine Aufgabe hinsichtlich der Flexibilität, der Kreativität und des „Flows“ getestet wurden. Die Studie bestätigt, dass binaurale Beats die Kreativität fördern (können).

Quelle zur Studie: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24294202/

Die meisten Studien beziehen sich auf die bekannteste Sound-Technologie der modernen Neuromusik; den binauralen Beats. Mit neowake haben wir unser Spektrum jedoch schon lange deutlich erweitert. Wir informieren dich über neue Studien, sobald welche erscheinen.

Marvin Alberg - CEO

Studie 3: Verbesserung Arbeitsgedächtnis

Diese Studie von Kraus und Porubanova aus dem Jahr 2015 beschäftigt sich mit der Leistungsfähigkeit des Arbeitsgedächtnisses unter Einfluss von binauralen Beats. Verwendet wurden hierbei Frequenzen zwischen 7.5 Hz und 12.5 Hz, die sich also im Theta- bzw. Alpha-Bereich befanden. 50 unabhängige Probanden wurden hierfür in zwei Gruppen aufgeteilt. Die Experimentalgruppe hörte sich Audio-Dateien mit Meeresrauschen und binauralen Beats an. Die Kontrollgruppe hörte nur Meeresrauschen ohne binaurale Beats.

Sie führten daraufhin die Aufgabe „automated operation span task“ durch. Sie mussten sich eine Serie von drei bis sieben willkürlichen Buchstaben merken, die für 800ms angezeigt wurden. Zwischendurch wurde eine mathematische Gleichung eingeblendet, die gelöst werden musste. Am Ende wurde den Probanden eine Reihe an Buchstaben angezeigt und diese mussten alle Buchstaben auswählen, die zuvor angezeigt wurden.

Fazit: Die Studie belegte, dass die Anwendung von binauralen Beats im Alpha-Bereich eine positive Auswirkung auf die Kapazität und Leistungsfähigkeit des Arbeitsgedächtnisses haben kann. Der OSPAN-Test zeigte auf, dass eine erhebliche Verbesserung der Gehirnleistung möglich war.

Quelle zur Studie: 
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/275655551_The_effect_of_binaural_beats_on_working_memory_capacity

Weitere interessante Studien

Während Neuromusik für vielerlei Wirkungsweisen bewiesen ist, liegt die beste Evidenz bei der Verbesserung des Gedächtnisses, der Entspannung und der Schmerzwahrnehmung vor.

Marvin Alberg - CEO

Auszug der bekanntesten Studien

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Reddi V., (2002) Effect of Binaural Beat Stimulation on Pain and Mood in Individuals Reporting Chronic Low Back Pain. Moore Health Science Library, University of Virginia.

 

Cahn BR, Polich J., (2006) Meditation states and traits: EEG, ERP, and neuroimaging studies. Psychological Bulletin. Vol 132(2) 180-211.

 

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Chuter E., Allan M., Laws D. (2007) A pilot study comparing reduction of anxiety by binaural beat audio and patient-selected music in the pre-operative period. Anaesthesia. 62, 3 310.

 

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Kennerly, R., (2004) QEEG analysis of binaural beat audio entrainment: A pilot study. Journal of Neurotherapy

 

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Lagopoulos J, Xu J, Rasmussen I, et al., (2009) Increased theta and alpha EEG activity during nondirective meditation. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.15(11): 1187-1192.

 

Aftanas L., Golosheykin S., (2005) Impact of regular meditation practice on eeg activity at rest and during evoked negative emotions. International Journal of Neuroscience.

 

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