ADHD in School and at Work = A Poor Future
A survey of more than 1,000 adults with ADHD, presented at the 2004 meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, found that adults who grew up with attention deficit hyperactive disorder suffered life long impairments, affecting not only their professional and personal lives, but also their egos and self image.
Studies have uncovered that teens with ADHD are 3X more likely to have car accidents, and twice as many accidents with severe injury or loss of life. Teens with ADHD are also far more likely to engage in risky behaviors, such as drug abuse, unsafe and irresponsible sex, and they are also far less likely to go to college, and far more likely to drop out of school.
Studies show that adults with attention deficit hyperactive disorder are 3X more likey to suffer from stress, anxiety and depression. An inability to pay attention, concentrate and stay on task equals poor work performance, resulting in a life less likely to succeed in a competitive workplace. Adults with ADHD are more likely to frequently change jobs, meaning they will not recieve pay raises and promotions. Adults with ADHD have higher rates of unemployment, drug addiction and arrests.
Scientific Music Therapy = Natural ADHD Remedy
It makes sense that music, through it’s ability to calm and capture a persons attention, could have a positive effect on those with attention deficit disorder. The highly aclaimed Temple University trains music therapists to the Ph.D. level, and their graduates use music therapy in schools, hospitals, prisons, psychiatric facilities, community centers and universities.
ADHD is a brain function impairment, more specifically, it is a “slow wave disorder”. Brainwaves function in several levels; Delta, the frequency level of deep sleep, Theta, the frequency level of deep meditation, Alpha, the frequency level of day dreaming, Beta, the everyday working frequency level, and Gamma, the frequency level of high concentration. Those with ADHD have more of the “slow” brainwaves associated primarily with the Alpha level, and also often have over active right brain hemispheres, and an under active left brain.
Our scientific, ADHD music therapy introduces specific sound frequencies to each side of the brain, using headphones. (We also have headphone-free MP3s). By speeding up the brainwaves, particularly in the left hemisphere, hyperactivity can be reduced. Also, by stimulating the right brain hemisphere with “SMR” (sensory motor response), emotional reactions can be reduced, and improvements in attention and concentration can be achieved easily, without drugs, improving your work performance, your grades, and quality of life!
What Makes Our ADHD Study Music Unique? We Give You Choices!
We not only use scientific music therapy techniques to address the brain wave imbalances associated with ADHD, we also mix our frequencies with the most popular genres of music! We have made an effort to find the best popular music, in every popular genre, to blend with our focused isochronic and binaural beat sound therapy study music tracks. What is the difference? Isochronic music is designed to be played on room speakers, and binaural beat music is designed for headphones.
Binaural Beat Study Music
If you often study or work in public situations, like a classroom or a library, if you want to put the MP3 on your MP3 player or use it at your job, the binaural beat MP3s are just the thing, since you must wear headphones. The binaural beat MP3s are also best if you have a very high level of distraction; using headphones will also help reduce outside distractions. The binaural beats introduce different frequencies to each side of the brain, through the headphones, so it is important to get them on the correctly, right and left.
Isochronic Tone Study Music
If you frequently study by yourself, or with a friends who have similar tastes in music, then the isochronic MP3s may be right for you. The isochronic MP3s are also good for doing work around the house, and at work environments with like minded coworkers.
Sample our ADHD music with this video playlist
What should you expect from these programs? For the first few minutes, you may notice a faint beating or thumping sound, a little like a helicopter. You may also notice the music seems a bit repetitive. But very soon, you will forget about that, and time will seem to fly by more quickly, and before you know it, you will be absorbed in the task at hand! Your homework or job will be finished, and you will also feel more centered, balanced and happy! You can say good bye to frustration, and hello to pride in a job well done!
Congratulations! You just got an A+!