Our website is a brain training site with easy, professional guidance that lets you listen to background sounds that lower anxiety 86% and pain 77% (on average in research), and the results last for hours, days, and longer as you use them more. The results start immediately. You can also use a sound that improves working memory and focus by 11%-29% in adults (on average). The sounds also help people with insomnia fall asleep more than 50% faster (an average in research). They also lower ringing sounds from Tinnitus by 78% (an average in research), and they help other things described below.
You can use the sounds as background sounds while you work, read, relax, watch shows, or rest in bed before sleeping, and you can share your membership for free with family, friends, or people you know through work. The sound rhythms remind your brain of relaxed attention, and you memorize it like music to use on your own later without the sound. It is a form of brain training. The results that are from research studies are from 2-3, 30 minute sessions a week, done for 6-8 weeks.
Our easy process has been used by staff and patients from places like The Mayo Clinic, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, The Minnesota Council for the Gifted and Talented, The Learning Disability Association of Minnesota, and elsewhere. Our research and guide is developed by a teacher to clinical staff at The University of Minnesota Medical Center.
“It really works. I can listen to the one I need, and it takes my pain away.“ Lisa, Edina, MN ( A mother who lives with fibromyalgia and chronic pain.)
“It is the only thing that works. My migraines have gone from 3-5 per month to zero.“ Rosiland, Edina, MN (A thriving business owner who was living with chronic pain after a car accident.)
“It does what it says it does, it took my pain away.” Thomas, MN (An older adult who lives with chronic pain).
“My memory has improved. I feel more focus, and calm.“ Aaron, Duluth, MN (College and high school hockey coach with a traumatic brain injury).
“I can focus more easily. It helps me stay on task, and block out distractions.” Mathew, Minneapolis (Professional Software Developer with high anxiety from trauma).
“My memory is better, and I get more done.” Katie, MN (Massage therapist, recovering from a traumatic brain injury).
“She went from sleeping 4-5 hours a night to 8 in a week after 7-8 years of sleeping like that. I am going to send you more clients.“ Elizabeth Shanklin, MSW, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, MN (Talking about a client with a long history of trauma that started to use the relaxation sound.)