Delta-Theta Binaural Beats|
The binaural beat that a person perceives is the frequency difference between the waves entering the left and right ear. For example, if the left ear registers a tone at 200 Hz and the right ear registers one at 210 Hz, the binaural beat is 10 Hz — the difference between the two frequencies.
Binaural beats in the alpha frequencies (8 to 13 Hz) are thought to encourage relaxation, promote positivity, and decrease anxiety. Binaural beats in the lower beta frequencies (14 to 30 Hz) have been linked to increased concentration and alertness, problem solving, and improved memory. A 2017 study published in the journal Psychological Research found that high-frequency binaural beats, specifically Gamma-frequency beats (between 30 and 100 Hz), may increase your ability to focus on something specific.
Binaural Beats work better when they are used to get into the mood and then switched off. Half an hour or so would be good enough. When you are about to start your work, a few minutes of the beats can put you in the alert state for work.