Digital drugs Date: 18/12/2023 | Views: 662

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Digital drugs, often known as binaural beats, have gained popularity in recent years. The use of auditory rhythm stimulation is said to elicit characteristic cognitive or emotional responses in these digital drugs. The hypothesis behind digital drugs is that by listening to binaural beats; people can experience altered states of consciousness, relax, or improve mood. Digital drugs, or so-called " iDoser", are tone clips that are heard through headphones in both ears so that specific frequencies are transmitted to the right ear, for example, and lower frequencies to the left ear. This "digital drug" originated based on an ancient technique called "tapping with ears", discovered by the German scientist-physicist Heinrich Duff.
The effects of binaural beats on the brain and their possible impact have been studied. Many studies have been conducted to learn the basic process of binaural beat signals and their effects on brain waves. Different tones and frequencies have been used in research better to understand the relationship between binaural beats and brain activity. Binaural impulses can influence brainwave patterns and possibly produce specific cognitive or emotional states, according to the results.
While studies continue on the use of digital pharmaceuticals and their effects on the brain, it is clear that this technology has the potential to influence cognitive and emotional processes. Where specific frequencies are transmitted in the right ear, for example, and lower frequencies to the left ear, the brain tries hard to combine the two frequencies to get one level for the two sounds, and this makes the brain in an unstable state, at the level of the neural electrical signals it sends. It is here that the types of digital drugs are divided the same as the types of traditional drugs.
The research findings underscore the growing interest in digital medicines and the potential effects they may have on human cognition and emotional states. There are some safety concerns related to the use of digital drug music; for example, it is not recommended to use it while driving a car because it causes a momentary change in mental state and distracts attention, which increases the chances of getting into a road accident. Digital drugs can exacerbate the severity of epileptic seizures and serious health complications in heart patients. And it can also lead to frequent headaches, insomnia, nightmares, and anxiety attacks.
As research in this sector progresses, it will be of great importance to investigate the possible mechanisms and applications of digital medicines in healthcare and well-being.