The Sound for Preventing and Healing Dementia and Alzheimer’s


  • The sound rhythm below matches the brain rhythm people have when they are in a state of good “mental flow”. It is the same brain rhythm that increases when people are thinking more globally, and are more objective, grateful, and compassionate.
  • If you feel agitated or over-focused by the sound, you can use the Relaxation sound in the sound guide to relax and unwind. The most important thing is to enhance balance. When we are balanced, our memory is balanced. This sound is a more intense form of focus that increases blood flow in the top of the brain and overall brain in a significant way.
  • You can listen to the sound below this for up to an hour a day. It helps performance, and is also the brain rhythm we make more of when we feel calm concentration and compassion.
  • Recent research has shown that when mice with Alzheimer’s were listening to the sound rhythm below for an hour a day, it helped remove 37% of plaque that blocked key memory areas in mice with Alzheimer’s in a week. It improved their memory over 15%. The memory blocking plaque returned when they stopped using it. Research with people has shown that this rhythm significantly improves memory too, and new research is being done on using this rhythm for dementia and Alzheimer’s treatment in people. This sound therapy has been proven that it affects human brains like it affects mice brains.

How to Use:

  • You can listen to it while working, watching shows, reading, relaxing, or as a background sound to other things. Listening to it by itself will have more of an effect.
  • It helps to try and learn the rhythm like you learn a music rhythm, so you can remember how to make it on your own later without listening.
  • Please only listen for up to 5 days a week with at least two days off (unless you need to listen for chronic pain, Dementia, or Alzheimer’s). The breaks let you sense how much you need to practice and practice on your own.
  • For Dementia and Alzheimer’s, you can click the “infinity” symbol that looks like a sideways number 8, and that will let the track repeat. The research for treating Alzheimer’s and Dementia with this sound rhythm has been done with one hour a day of light and sound pulses with mice, and other studies are being done. If the listener has Dementia or Alzheimer’s, you can turn the sound on repeat for 1-2 hours a day. The sound can be played without headphones. It works even if it is just loud enough to hear or in a comfortable conversation level of volume. For people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, the research says they will need to keep listening to keep brain plaque levels lowered. This sound is in the Gamma brainwave frequency. There is research on using light and sound pulses for Alzheimer’s in the research page.
  • You can also listen to the sound below while taking a memory test to see how it affects you after you have listened for more than 14 times.

Safety Guidelines:

  • Please only listen if it feels helpful and if the sound description fits your needs. When you listen, you agree to be responsible for how much you listen. You can start with 30 minute listening sessions in the first week to see how well it works for you.
  • Please only listen while sitting, or lying down in. The sounds will affect your attention. Please don’t listen while operating machinery, anything dangerous, or driving. Also, please only listen while sober.
  • The sound helps increase calm concentration and memory by reminding us of the brain rhythms inside of ourselves that are for calm concentration and memory. Because concentration wakes us up, please only listen to it within 6 hours of the usual time you wake up.
  • If you have a history of seizures, please listen to the focus sound instead. The focus sound is safe for people with seizures, and increases a brain rhythm that lowers the frequency of seizures when people increase that brain rhythm (this is proven in medical research).
  • Please use headphones when you are listening where other people can hear the sounds, unless they want to use the same sounds.

*If you don’t hear it on your phone or tablet, you can try headphones or earbuds.