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- Use your iPod (or other music player) to hack your brain with binaural waves.
Forever Geek suggests using your iPod (or other music player) to hack your brain with binaural waves. The upshot of it is, you pump the sound into your brain via your ipod, and you sleep deeply or just relax, feel like you've had too much coffee, generate lost time, or even like you're getting a tooth drilled. Similar in theory to previously-mentioned SBaGen, Forever Geek recommends using a program called BrainWave Generator to output the sounds to WAV, which you in turn convert to MP3 and put on your MP3 player. I have a friend who swears by the usefulness of these binaural waves, if nothing else for producing an environment conducive to work. What do you think? Let us know in the comments or at tips at lifehacker.com.
The BrainWave Generator lets you generate audio files that can induce various physiological effects if l istened to using headphones. Odd, but it works, to some extent, at least.
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