Binaural beats are one of the safest things you could do in the entire world. They are fully tested and also completely safe. They produce frequencies that our brains naturally goes through on a day-to-day basis. But before using binaural beats there are a few warnings to consider. If you fall into any of the categories below then you should consult your doctor or physician before using binaural beats. Binaural beats are not addictive nor do they have any adverse side effects but there are a small number of people who should take extreme caution when attempting to use them.
If you are prone to seizures then it’s recommended that you never try any type of binaural beats including the lucid dreaming ones. Due to the consistent emitting pulse sound, and the influence of brainwave frequencies, this can bring on seizures to people that are known to have them.
Although completely safe, it’s recommended that you do not use binaural beats on children. Even children with no health issues are more prone to seizures than adults are. Also children may be epileptics and not even know it yet. Binaural beats could easily bring out these issues in young children so it’s recommended that you don’t let them use them.
You should never use binaural beats while operating any type of machinery. Binaural beats put you into an extremely relaxed state and will cause you to lose focus. Anything that needs your undivided attention should not be combined with binaural beats. You never know just how deeply you will become relaxed and so it’s recommended that you are in a quiet and undisturbed environment when using binaural beats.
Any person with extreme health issues should not use binaural beats. Although binaural beats have been used to help serious health problems, if you are severely ill you should only use binaural beats under the supervision of a health professional.
If none of the above information relates to you then you are completely safe to use binaural beats. There is absolutely no reason why binaural beats will not work for you and give you the best experiences.
If you don’t fall into any of those categories then it’s time to start experiencing binaural beats.