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#1 moe8118

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Posted 28 March 2012 - 06:13 PM

I've never used any type of brainwave entrainment and would like to know while using intense mental workout and focus for complex tasks is it ok to be doing other things while listening ex: studying/watching TV or playing video games?? I guess if it says eyes can be open then is it anything goes or still be relaxed and not doing anything else?

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Posted 28 March 2012 - 07:37 PM

I've never used any type of brainwave entrainment and would like to know while using intense mental workout and focus for complex tasks is it ok to be doing other things while listening ex: studying/watching TV or playing video games?? I guess if it says eyes can be open then is it anything goes or still be relaxed and not doing anything else?

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The most attention you can give the session, the better the entrainment. However, the brain will still pick up on the stimulus in the background. I close my eyes and listen to the session for about 5 min before doing any work just to get my brain up to speed, and if I get stuck, I stop working for a few minutes and give more attention to the session.
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Posted 30 March 2012 - 03:39 AM

I'm studying software development and want to increase my focus, memory and maybe if possible shorten the learning curve. Please advise if this schedule will work or if it's too much stimulation. Thanks Again!!!!!

Increase cognition (cognition-attention sessions) in the morning
Intense mental workout (cognition-attention sessions) in the afternoon
Focus for complex tasks & study focus (study-learning sessions) different times throughout the day while studying or working on projects.

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 08:41 PM

I'm studying software development and want to increase my focus, memory and maybe if possible shorten the learning curve. Please advise if this schedule will work or if it's too much stimulation. Thanks Again!!!!!

Increase cognition (cognition-attention sessions) in the morning
Intense mental workout (cognition-attention sessions) in the afternoon
Focus for complex tasks & study focus (study-learning sessions) different times throughout the day while studying or working on projects.



Should be O.K. Intense Mental Workout is going to be the strongest session and use should be limited to early in the day. Insomnia, irritability, and fatigue are signs you may be overdoing it.
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