Therapeutic tuning fork -Gamma 40Hz wave

Ref. N7223 - IH

Therapeutic tuning fork -Gamma Wave 40Hz-For Sonotherapy, Sonology Gamma waves are known to promote the creativity and relaxation. The gamma brain waves are located approximately between 30 and 80 Hz. 40 Hz is therefore an average. Gamma waves show great brain activity, as during creative processes (creative excitement) or when solving or solving problems (intelligence, synthesis). They demonstrate the achievement of a process in which attention is sustained and links are established. Gamma waves are characterized by intense neuronal and mental activity. Gamma waves radiate and are present in all parts of the brain. The 40 Hz Gamma tuning fork is used most often with a second tuning fork Gamma and the other tuning forks of the Brain Tuner Set (brain waves) This tuning fork is used alone or in double listening at the ears combined with a second tuning fork Gamma 40 Hz. The 40 Hz Gamma tuning fork can also be used in combination with the 32 Hz tuning fork to create an 8 Hz Alpha wave. The combination of the two frequencies 40 Hz and 32 Hz reveals a third vibration, called 3rd sound or beat. The frequency obtained by the interference of the two tuning forks, is 8 Hz. This inaudible frequency is manifested on the sub-acoustic plane, represents the difference between the two, a frequency in correspondence with the Alpha waves of the brain, known as favoring relaxation. Information: Brain waves refer to a set of electromagnetic oscillations in a given frequency band, most often infrasonic, except for gamma waves and the highest beta waves. They result from the electrical activity of the brain that makes a large number of neurons coherent. Brain waves are observed thanks to the electroencephalograph (EEG). Brain waves are characterized by a very small amplitude, of the order of the micro-volt and are very changeable: they vary constantly and rarely obey a regular oscillation. The principle of the Gamma tuning fork is to imitate these electric frequencies by transposing them into a stable acoustic frequency, which acts in resonance and which regulates their natural production.


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