AVE and Stress
Want to learn what the research says about Audio-Visual Entrainment? Check out this article, "Stress, the Brain and Audio-Visual Entrainment," written by Dave Siever, a leading expert in the AVE field.
The brain is very susceptible to stress, and in our modern world, it is being hammered like never before. The ability for the brain to survive this onslaught of over-stimulation and stress depends on several factors including genetics, mom’s stress and nutrition during pregnancy, childhood traumas, brain-injuries from falling, unresolved issues, current nutrition, worries, and busy-ness of one’s current life. Deficiencies in key nutrients such as vitamin D, iodine, omega 3s, magnesium, zinc and selenium are sometimes all that is needed to throw the brain into disarray, so that just staying half-functional occupies much of a person’s time and emotional reserves. In order to deal with all these stresses, many of us tend to gravitate towards unhealthy and destructive practices such as drugs and alcohol. But Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) offers a new safe, inexpensive and non-pharmaceutical approach to handling all these stresses in our lives so that we can be more healthy and productive.
Click the link to continue reading, "Stress, the Brain and Audio-Visual Entrainment" (PDF).
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