HarmonicBrain Work Stress is designed and scientifically proven to help you perform better when you are under pressure. You can feel better, have greater resilience, and give yourself the boost you need to perform at your best – even under pressure. Features include background operation, independent volume controls for your left and right ears, pink, white, and brown noise, a 16-Hz/24-Hz frequency selector, and session timer.
Is this you?
- Demanding job?
- Work-life balance off?
- Feel worn-out, exhausted at the end of the day? Maybe sooner?!
- Is stress making you forgetful, confused, unable to concentrate?
Think that’s bad? Combine highly demanding situations with monotonous tasks. That’s what researchers did to see if they could create some real stress for their study’s participants. It worked…
But here’s the good news: Even though both groups felt the stress, the people who listened to a 16-Hz or 24-Hz hum (the same as that produced by HarmonicBrain Work Stress) performed better and felt better than the control group that did not listen to the hum. Both frequencies (16-Hz/24-Hz) produced the same beneficial results.
Would you like an extra dose of calm? When people were able to listen to their choice of music, their anxiety levels dropped by 16% compared to the control group.
Want similar results? Pop your earbuds in for a few minutes, pick out some of your favorite music, and run a HarmonicBrain session.
What’s not to like?
Get the most from HarmonicBrain Work Stress:
- Earbuds or headphones are required in both ears
- The tones do not need to be loud – barely audible is okay
- Select your preferred frequency (24-Hz or 16-Hz) and experiment with combinations of pink, white, and brown noise
- Run HarmonicBrain in the background while you listen to music, watch some YouTube videos, make some calls, jump in to some work, or take a break
- Do not use HarmonicBrain while driving, operating heavy machinery, or whenever the use of earbuds/headphones is prohibited
- Sustain better performance under stress
- Feel better under pressure (resilience)
- Results you can feel (uses the most effective frequencies and carrier tones)
- Boost your results (turning on noise achieved better results)
- Decrease anxiety (add your own music to decrease anxiety)
HarmonicBrain Work Stress offers:
- Two frequency modes (16-Hz and 24-Hz)
- Three noise colors (white, pink, and brown noise) that can be mixed to your preference
- Background operation lets you play your choice of music, audiobooks, video, games, phone calls, and more
Overall, study participants who were exposed to beta-frequency brainwave entrainment (the same as that produced by HarmonicBrain Work Stress) while performing a demanding, highly monotonous task scored better, with more accuracy, greater consistency, and had significantly better mood.
Being calm may also aid with performance. In a different study, the anxiety levels of participants reduced by 16% when they were able to listen to music of their own choosing for 30-minutes.
HarmonicBrain Work Stress provides the 16-Hz/24Hz brainwave entrainment audio and is designed to run in the background, so you can listen to any music or any audio or video of your own choosing during your brainwave entrainment sessions. Try the combination of HarmonicBrain with your choice of music during your entrainment sessions.
“As expected, the scores on the confusion/bewilderment scale increased after the test. Participants who were exposed to the non-beta sound scored significantly worse than the participants who were exposed to the beta sound [the hum].”
“The non-beta participants described feeling ‘‘confused,’’ ‘‘unable to concentrate,’’ ‘‘muddled,’’ ‘‘bewildered,’’ ‘‘forgetful,’’ and ‘‘uncertain about things.’’ “
“The changes observed in this study suggest that the non-beta sounds produced a subjective impairment in the ability to think clearly.”
“Performance of the vigilance task also increased scores for fatigue/inertia in both conditions [beta and non-beta exposure], but more so for the non-beta exposure. Participants described feeling ‘‘a mood of weariness, inertia, and low energy level,’’ ‘‘worn-out,’’ ‘‘listless,’’ ‘‘fatigued,’’ ‘‘exhausted,’’ ‘‘sluggish,’’ ‘‘weary,’’ and ‘‘bushed’’.”
“At the conclusion of the intervention, the anxiety level of subjects in the Music group decreased by 16% as compared with before intervention, whereas the anxiety level of the Control group did not change significantly”