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Mar
14
comment Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
Why broad band? Think of an EEG that measures the effect while the parameters are varied until a temporary optimum is found!
Mar
14
comment Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
Hey, what about noise? It is mentioned that it increases the effect of binaural beats...
Feb
26
comment Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
What if the change in e.g. frequency is so slow that it takes too long for your brain to "hear" it as a monaural beat? My idea of sweeping was more intended to hit the resonance frequency of your brain...
Feb
24
comment Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
@honi I linked that one in the question already...
Jan
31
comment Why do dreams lose clarity quickly over time after we awaken?
How much do you take?
Dec
11
comment Does smoking counterbalance the effect of Belladonna?
Could you fix the formatting problems at the end of you answer?
Nov
5
comment Are there any ways to increase dopamine and serotonin levels when working or learning something complex?
Looks like. Maybe you could try to get friend with your complex, untangle, counter-intuitive, tedious, multi-dimensional, boring and difficult task...
Nov
3
comment Is there scientific evidence on the benefits of binaural beats?
@ChristianHummeluhr I added another reference that support the positive effects...
Oct
23
comment What if swarm of ants is a metamind?
at Philosophy.SE: Is a pile of ants a, more or less, intelligent being?
Oct
23
comment Quit smoking supported by mental training
@honi from Memory Improvement: "Evidence that aspects of memory can be improved by action on selective neurotransmitter systems, such as the cholinergic system which releases acetylcholine, has possible therapeutic benefits for patients with cognitive disorders.(21)"
Oct
21
comment How long does it take for electrical impulses from neurons to travel in the human brain?
@U.Vakil yes, only human brains...
Oct
19
comment Are there any ways to increase dopamine and serotonin levels when working or learning something complex?
For serotonin: 1. eat food with plenty of tryptophan, e.g. eggs. 2. Add some vitamin B6, which helps to produce serotonin from tryptophan. 3. Maybe add a herbal SSRI, like St. John's wort...
Oct
13
comment Are there studies on the effect of nicotine patches on dream vividness and dream recall?
Great. Thanks. The citing articles and recommended stuff gives more interesting references...
Oct
12
comment Why do dreams lose clarity quickly over time after we awaken?
@Ana looks like Arnon opposes your NMDA hypothesis. What do you think?
Oct
1
comment Are polytheistic society more peaceful than monotheistic ones?
Minimizing the number of gods seems to be a way to become more peaceful, when you think of buddhism for example...
Sep
30
comment Interpretation & Actual Result of “10% of your brain” Myth
This won't work, but if, then I'd bet yes. Maybe you're interested in this: I once got an answer on my question "How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?". The short answer was: Not many...
Sep
30
comment Interpretation & Actual Result of “10% of your brain” Myth
All neurons in your brain fire all the time. Most of this firework, let's say 90%, is used to maintain basic functions (you, your brain, control over your body). The 10% rest can by used to think about something, e.g. your brain. But I'm not an expert...
Sep
27
comment Why do dreams lose clarity quickly over time after we awaken?
+1 great answer. It'll take me some time to read all the references. BTW: Did you mean NMDA?
Sep
21
comment Long term effect of using noise generators
The second link doesn't work for me...
Sep
21
comment Why do dreams lose clarity quickly over time after we awaken?
Interesting, maybe one can combine Melatonin with vitamin B6. I just posted an answer with an interesting reference here...