Binaural Meditation Music for Sleep and Relaxation
Calm Radio offers a collection of exclusive binaural calming music for sleep, relaxation, work and study. Listening to relaxing music with binaural beats can help calm your mind and put your body at ease. Calming music has been found to create relaxing physiological responses, such as lowered heart beat, breathing, reduced stress and anxiety.
The Vagus nerve is a branch of the parasympathetic system and is the messenger for activating the various impulses for heart rate reduction, gastrointestinal motility, inflammation and sensitivity, as well as sensations felt on the skin or in the muscles. Vagal stimulation can be achieved by yoga, massage, meditation, deep breathing, listening to calming music and relaxing sleep music, which can help stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system's vagus nerve to promote the health benefits of relaxation.
Make time during your day to try listening to Calm Radio's calm binaural meditation music with headphones or earbuds. Your left and right brain can begin connect to cross-communicate harmoniously, using binaural frequencies to stimulate the vagus nerve with the ultimate goal of helping carry you into a state of deep relaxation necessary for a healthier body and longer life.
What are binaural beats?
Brainwaves are divided into four categories: Delta waves (deep sleep), Theta waves (somnolence and reduced consciousness), Alpha waves (physical and mental relaxation), and Beta waves (being agitated or tense). Listening with binaural beats can help our left and right brainwaves align, promoting more restful sleep and a more relaxed state.
Binaural beats use sub-hearing frequencies that pulse slowly in a bottom layer of the music track. For instance, 0.1 to 4 Hertz (Delta), 4 to 7 hertz (Theta), 7 to 13 hertz (Alpha) and 13 to 30 hertz (Beta).
Listen to all of Calm Radio’s free meditation music, calm music and relaxing music in the Calm app available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Alexa, Roku, Sonos, Bluesound, Kindle, Apple TV, and many other devices.